1. Foundational Knowledge: Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of core mathematical concepts, including algebra, calculus, discrete mathematics, real analysis, and complex analysis.
  2. Problem Solving: Develop strong problem-solving skills, applying various mathematical methods and techniques to analyze and solve complex problems.
  3. Mathematical Reasoning: Apply rigorous mathematical reasoning and logic to construct mathematical proofs and arguments.
  4. Abstraction and Generalization: Utilize abstraction and generalization to model and solve real-world problems, translating practical situations into mathematical structures.
  5. Mathematical Software Tools: Use mathematical software tools and programming languages to implement mathematical algorithms, conduct simulations, and visualize mathematical concepts.
  6. Independent Research Skills: Develop the ability to conduct independent mathematical research, including formulating research questions, conducting literature reviews, and presenting findings.
  7. Collaboration and Teamwork: Work collaboratively on mathematical problems, demonstrating effective teamwork and communication skills.
  8. Quantitative Analysis: Apply mathematical techniques for quantitative analysis, particularly in the context of data analysis, statistics, and applied mathematics.
  9. Interdisciplinary Application: Recognize and apply mathematical principles in interdisciplinary contexts, such as physics, engineering, economics, and computer science.
  10. Critical Thinking: Develop critical thinking skills to evaluate mathematical arguments, solutions, and models.
  11. Life-long Learning: Cultivate a commitment to continuous learning, staying updated with developments in mathematics and related fields.

Knowledge and Understanding
ILO 1: Provide students with knowledge and skills in both computer science and statistical
modeling for data-intensive problem solving and scientific discovery.

Cognitive and Intellectual Skills
ILO 2: Equip students with software engineering and machine learning skills to design and
implement efficient, data-driven solutions to real-world problems.


Skills and Capabilities Related to Employability
ILO 3: Train students for careers and advanced studies in a wide range of applied computer
science, engineering, business, and biotechnology disciplines.


Transferable/Key Skills
ILO 4: Develop articulate, conscientious leaders and problem solvers who are committed to
contributing to their fields and society.
ILO 5: Provide students with a broad foundation of knowledge and skills and cultivate a
commitment to life-long learning.
 

  • Demonstrate Proficiency in Core Mathematical Concepts: Apply advanced mathematical principles, including calculus, algebra, statistics, and discrete mathematics. Solve complex mathematical problems using appropriate techniques.
  • Mathematical Reasoning and Proof: Construct clear and concise mathematical proofs. Develop logical reasoning skills to analyze and solve mathematical problems.
  • Advanced Calculus and Analysis: Understand and apply advanced calculus concepts, including limits, integrals, and series. Analyze functions and their properties in multiple variables.
  • Statistics and Data Analysis: Analyze and interpret data using statistical methods. Apply statistical techniques to make informed decisions.
  • Pedagogical Knowledge and Classroom Management: Demonstrate an understanding of educational theories and principles. Apply pedagogical strategies to teach mathematical concepts effectively. Develop effective classroom management strategies. Foster a positive and inclusive learning environment.
  • Curriculum Design and Assessment: Design and modify curriculum materials to meet diverse student needs. Develop and implement assessments to evaluate student understanding.
  • Mathematics Education Research: Engage in research related to mathematics education. Critically evaluate and apply research findings to improve teaching practices.
  • Communication and Collaboration: Communicate effectively with students, colleagues, and parents. Collaborate with other educators to enhance the learning environment.