- Use quantitative reasoning to solve every day mathematical problems in the workplace and in the home.
- Read, write, and critique technical writings and analytical arguments.
- Convey and interpret information through visual representations.
Math Course SLOs are mapped to CoA’s Institutional Learning Outcomes (see below) and stated on all syllabi per Title V regulations.
COA Institutional Learning Outcomes
- Solve problems and make decisions in life and work using critical thinking, quantitative reason, community resources and civil engagement.
- Use technology and written and oral communication to discover, develop and relate critical ideas in multiple environments.
- Exhibit aesthetic reflection to promote, participate and contribute to human development, expression, creativity and curiosity.
- Engage in respectful interpersonal communications, acknowledging ideas and values of diverse individuals that represent different ethnic, racial, cultural, and gender expressions.
- Accept personal, civic, social and environmental responsibility in order to become a productive local and global community members.