Mathematics
Student Learning Outcomes

Pitzer Mathematics Majors should be able to:

  • 1. understand mathematics, mastering a range of different topics for breadth and studying some in depth.
  • 2. write proofs.
  • 3. use mathematics as a problem-solving tool in real-world problems.
  • 4. work collaboratively to solve problems.
  • 5. organize, connect and communicate mathematical ideas effectively.
  • 6. understand the relationship between mathematics and other areas of study.
  • 7. use appropriate technologies to explore mathematics.
  • 8. be adequately prepared for graduate school in mathematically-related fields, or for employment in such fields.