Learning Outcomes

Mathematical Modeling

Mathematical Modeling courses provide rigorous instruction in fundamental mathematical concepts and skills presented in the context of real-world applications. The modeling skills provide analytical methods for approaching problems students encounter in their future endeavors.

Learning Outcomes

Students proficient in Mathematical Modeling should demonstrate the ability to

  1. create mathematical models of empirical or theoretical phenomena in domains such as the physical, natural, or social science;
  2. create variables and other abstractions to solve college-level mathematical problems in conjunction with previously-learned fundamental mathematical skills such as algebra;
  3. draw inferences from models using college-level mathematical techniques including problem solving, quantitative reasoning, and exploration using multiple representations such as equations, tables, and graphs;
  4. take an analytical approach to problems in their future endeavors.

Courses that fulfill the GenEd Mathematical Modeling requirement

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