Hamiltonian Chaos

You will develop critical thinking, mathematical, computational and technological skills that enable you to analyze and propose solutions to real-world problems in many areas, including information sciences, statistics, finance, imaging, artificial intelligence, modeling and other technology-based fields.

Program Learning Outcomes

Students graduating from the Mathematics program will be able to:

  • Demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving skills;
  • Demonstrate the ability to use advanced mathematical methods by identifying, evaluating, classifying, analyzing, and synthesizing abstract concepts and numerical data in various contexts and situations;
  • Demonstrate knowledge of current mathematical applications, computing practices, and technology in science, industry, or education;
  • Demonstrate the ability to use modern software and engage in abstract thinking and common mathematical practices connected to mathematical, as well as scientific or industrial, problems;
  • Propose, evaluate, and convey novel solutions to mathematical, as well as scientific, educational, industrial, or business, problems;
  • Demonstrate cooperation skills by working effectively with others in interdisciplinary group settings, both inside and outside the classroom; and
  • Demonstrate a sense of exploration that enables students to pursue lifelong learning and currency in their careers in mathematics, statistics, education, high-tech and biotech industries.