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Learning Outcomes

Mathematical Statistics Major:

  1. Acquire core knowledge of mathematics and statistics required to provide background in an advanced topic in probability and/or statistics.
  2. Be able to place probabilistic or statistical results in the appropriate historical context.  
  3. Be able to apply probabilistic or statistical knowledge to situations outside of courses.  
  4. Be able to create probabilistic or statistical calculations and arguments.  
  5. Be able to independently investigate a probabilistic or statistical topic.  
  6. Be able to communicate probabilistic or statistical results in written form.  
  7. Be able to communicate probabilistic or statistical results in oral form.
  8. Demonstrate preparedness for future employment or education.

 

Mathematics Major Track and Mathematics/Education Major Track†

  1. Acquire core knowledge, reasoning and computational skills from lower level required mathematics and statistics courses.
  2. Display an awareness of the historical context of mathematical ideas.
  3. Acquire knowledge, reasoning and computational skills in advanced required mathematics courses.
  4. Be able to apply appropriate mathematical knowledge and skills towards solving problems that are beyond ordinary coursework.  
  5. Be able to create mathematical arguments and proofs.
  6. Be able to communicate mathematical results in written form.
  7. Be able to communicate mathematical results in oral form.
  8. Demonstrate preparedness for future employment or education.

†The term "mathematics/education major" is used in this report to identify a mathematics major that is also pursuing Adolescent Young Adult teaching licensure in mathematics. 

 

Applied Mathematics

  1. Acquire core knowledge, reasoning and computational skills from lower level required mathematics and statistics courses.
  2. Display an awareness of the historical context of mathematical ideas.
  3. Acquire knowledge, reasoning and computational skills in advanced required mathematics courses.
  4. Be able to apply appropriate mathematical knowledge and skills towards solving problems that are beyond ordinary coursework and are related to another academic field.
  5. Be able to create mathematical arguments.
  6. Be able to communicate interdisciplinary results in written form.
  7. Be able to communicate interdisciplinary results in oral form.
  8. Demonstrate preparedness for future employment or education.
Mathematics and Statistics Department

Heidi Leek

419-772-2346
mathematics@onu.edu
Mathile 240
525 South Main Street
Ada, Ohio 45810
Monday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Tuesday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Thursday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed