Catalog

Area B: Math and Science

Math

Students will be able to:

Determine whether a problem lends itself to a mathematical* solution, and, if so,
  • Design a mathematical solution,
  • Implement the design or identify and correct problems with the design, and
  • Evaluate the validity of a solution and its relevance to the original problem using reasoned discourse as the norm for decision making.

* In the outcomes "mathematical" can mean one or more of "algebraic," "algorithmic," "statistical," "numerical," or "computational."

Science

Students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of and literacy in the content and principles of a scientific discipline.
  • Perform laboratory or field procedures and that explore the content and principles of these disciplines.
  • Carry out scientific procedures in a socially responsible manner.
  • Accurately observe, record, analyze, and report data collected in the scientific laboratory or the field.