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Consistent with its mission and guiding principles, Florida Gulf Coast University is committed to academic excellence and continuous quality improvement, as supported by a sound teaching-learning process. Within this process, students and instructors share responsibility for learning that is a movement from the simple to the complex, the concrete to the abstract, and the dependent to the independent. The Academic Learning Compact (ALC) initiative supports the teaching-learning process by clearly identifying expected core student learning outcomes in the areas of content/discipline knowledge and skills, communication skills, and critical thinking skills; aligning curricula with expectations; and using assessment to guide continuous improvement.

*Graduates will be able to:*

Outcome 1: Write correct mathematical proofs and coherent expository narratives.

Outcome 2: Apply a deep theoretical and computational technique from the core area of Mathematical Sciences.

Content/discipline knowledge and skills are assessed at the college and departmental levels.

Exams, problem sets, and projects completed in one or more of the following courses will demonstrate outcomes 1 and 2: MAS 3105 Linear Algebra, MAS 4301 Abstract Algebra I; MAS 4302 Abstract Algebra II; MAA 4226 Analysis I; and MAA 4227 Analysis II and STA 4234 Intro to Regression Analysis.

*Graduates will be able to:*

Outcome 1: Write a summary of a topic in their field with coherence, clarity, and precision using complete sentences and proper mathematical notation.

Outcome 2: Organize and relate ideas and information with coherence, clarity and unity in an oral presentation.

Communication skills are assessed at the program level.

Exams, problem sets, presentations, and projects completed in one or more of the following courses will demonstrate outcomes 1 and 2: MHF 4404 History of Math; and MAT 4937 Senior Seminar.

*Graduates will be able to:*

Outcome: Recognize problem solving techniques appropriate to a given situation, including the development of mathematical models, the identification of assumptions, the understanding of the limitations of models, and the use of graphical and/or numerical methods.

Critical thinking skills are assessed at the program level.

Exams, problem sets, presentations and projects in one or more of the following courses will demonstrate the outcome: MAP 3161 Math for Science and Engineering; MAP 3162 Probability and Statistics and MAP 3163 Operations Research I.