1. Students will have a solid foundation of mathematical processes at a level comparable to that of students graduating with a BS in Mathematics at other universities. Processes should include (but are not limited to) a proficiency in logic, problem solving, and methods of proof. 
  2. Students will demonstrate their ability to apply mathematics in other fields at an appropriate level and demonstrate their ability to apply knowledge acquired from their major to real world models.
  3. Students will demonstrate mastery of abstract mathematical concepts and critical reasoning. 
  4. Students will acquire up-to-date skills and/or applications of computer and statistical programming related to future career choices.
  5. Students will apply their knowledge of statistics through an in-depth senior project/research experience. Results will be presented in both written (paper, publication, portfolio, etc.) and visual (PowerPoint, poster, portfolio, etc.) formats.
  6. Students will be able to read, interpret, and critically analyze journal articles directed at undergraduate students.