# Math Student Learning Outcomes

## SLO Assessment Cycle

(E means evaluate the data.  R means report the data to the department.)

Course FA 2015 SP 2016 FA 2016 SP 2017 FA 2017 SP 2018 FA 2018 SP 2019 FA 2019 SP 2020  FA 2020 SP 2021 FA 2021
Math 058         Assess   E & R      xxxx   Assess  Assess
Math 059         Assess   E & R      xxxx
Math 060       Assess   E & R      Assess  xxxx  E & R
Math 070 E & R         Assess   E & R    xxxx      Assess
Math 075       Assess E & R          xxxx    Assess  Assess ?
Math 083   Assess E & R            Assess  xxxx  E & R
Math 100                    xxxx Assess E & R
Math 102/92 Assess E & R         Assess E & R    xxxx      Assess
Math 103/93     Assess E & R         Assess 103/93  xxxx  E & R
103/93

Math 104         Assess E & R        xxxx   Assess  E & R
Math 111 Assess Assess E & R       Assess      xxxx Assess    Assess
Math 130                    xxxx Assess  E & R
Math 140/140H/90   Assess E & R         Assess
140
xxxx  E & R
140

Math 211   Assess E & R           Assess  xxxx  E & R
Math 212         Assess E & R        xxxx   Assess  E & R
Math 213 Assess E & R         Assess E & R    xxxx      Assess
Math 214   Assess Assess E & R       Assess Assess  xxxx E & R
Math 215       Assess Assess E & R        xxxx   Assess E & R?
Math 240     Assess Assess E & R       Assess  xxxx Assess E&R

## These are the student learning outcomes for our classes.

Course Student Learning Outcomes
Math 058/059:Algebra Preparation 1) Use Linear equations to analyze and solve elementary word problems.
Math 060: Elementary Algebra

1) Analyze and solve problems involving linear and quadratic equations.
2) Factor polyomials.

Math 070: Intermediate Algebra 1) Solve radical, quadratic, logarithmic, and exponential equations.
Math 075: Intermediate Algebra for Statistics 1) Construct, evaluate, and analyze mathematical models, specifically linear and exponential functions, to represent relationships in quantitative data.
Math 083: Geometry 1) Solve a variety of problms by applying the definitions, postulates, and theorems of plane geometry.
2) Develop and write simple proofs of geometric theorems.
Math 100:  Liberal Arts Mathematics 1) Apply mathematical strategies to solve real-world problems in society, politics, and the arts.
Math 092:  Support for Trigonometry 1) Apply basic algebraic and geometric skills to identify, analyze, and solve problems related to trigonometry.
Math 102: Trigonometry 1) Define the six trigonometric functions and analyze them through graphing, proving identities, and solving equations.
Math 093:  Support for College Algebra 1) Apply basic mathematical skills to identify, analyze, and solve problems related to College Algebra.
Math 103: College Algebra 1) Analyze and graph polynomial, rational, logarithmic, and exponential functions.
Math 104:Precalculus 1) Analyze and graph polynomial, rational, logarithmic, exponential, and trigonometric functions.
2) Solve problems involving functions.
Math 111: Finite Mathematics 1) Solve problems by applying the simplex method, principles of logic, and game theory.
Math 130: Math For Elementary School Teachers 1) Analyze and explain various algorithms for the four basic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division to the sets of whole numbers, integers and rational numbers.
Math 90:  Support for Introductory Statistics 1) Apply basic mathematical and data analysis skills to identify, analyze, and solve problems related to Introductory Statistics.
Math 140/140H:Introductory Statistics 1) Apply basic statistical procedures, including the collection, analysis, and reporting of data designed to test a reserach hypothesis, as well as to demonstrate the appropriate use of ocmputer-based statistical software.
Math 211:Calculus I 1) Anlayze and solve problems using elementary derivatives and integrals.
Math 212: Calculus II 1) Select and apply appropriatetechniques of integration and/or tests for convergence of infinite series.
Math 213: Calculus III 1) Calculate and apply the various types of derivatives and integrals in 2-space and 3-space.
2) Apply fundamental theorems to compute vector integrals.
Math 214: Linear Algebra 1) Apply basic theorems, axioms, and definitions of general vector spaces to compose proofs of properties of finite dimensional vector spaces, innter product spaces, and linear transformations.
2) Compose and apply bases for various finite dimensional vector spaces.
Math 215:Differential Equations 1) Apply a variety of techniques to solve differential equations with and without initial values.
Math 240: Mathematical Analysis for Business and Social Science 1) Solve problems related to business and social sciences using elementary derivatives and integrals.