Students are required to complete at least one mathematics course to fulfill the Liberal Studies Mathematics requirement.
Additional mathematics requirements may be specified by the student’s major or college.
Syllabi for courses designed to fulfill the Liberal Studies Mathematics requirement must provide course content that enables students to achieve the Expected Undergraduate Student Learning Outcomes identified below. Course proposals may identify additional objectives from the list of Expected Undergraduate Student Learning Outcomes as appropriate to the course content.
Informed Learners understand nature and society through forms of inquiry fundamental to the sciences, the humanities, and the arts. Learners are informed by knowledge and ways of knowing that extend beyond core concepts enabling them to link theory and practice.
As Informed Learners, students will demonstrate knowledge and understanding of:
Empowered Learners are critical thinkers who demonstrate intellectual agility and creativity and the ability to manage or create change. They are able to derive meaning from experience and observation. They communicate well in diverse settings and employ various strategies to solve problems. They are empowered through mastery of intellectual and practical skills.
As Empowered Learners, students will demonstrate:
Proposals for courses designed to fulfill the Liberal Studies Mathematics requirement must include opportunities for students to:
Additionally, individuals proposing courses designed to fulfill the Liberal Studies Mathematics requirement are encouraged to include opportunities for students to:
All courses meeting the Liberal Studies Mathematics requirement will establish common course objectives stating:
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