Student Learning Outcomes for the Mathematics/Economics Major
- The student is proficient in mathematical thinking, including correct use of mathematical notation, formulating conjectures, reading and writing proofs, and problem-solving.
- A successful student will be able to understand and formulate arguments that predict and evaluate market and public policy outcomes.
- The student can understand and apply mathematical tools and methods to formulate economic arguments.
- The student can communicate these arguments both orally and in writing to a nontechnical audience.