Program Outcomes Bachelor of Science in Mathematics: Elementary Teaching Upon completion of a bachelor of science degree in mathematics: elementary teaching, from Lake Superior State University, students will be able to: 1. Demonstrate a fundamental and foundational knowledge of mathematics by developing quantitative and abstract reasoning skills in order to build a conceptual understanding of logical structures and axiomatic systems. 2. Demonstrate technical mathematical skills in the areas of algebra, geometry, calculus, and statistics for solving problems. 3. Use their knowledge of the historical background of mathematics in enriching their own lives and the lives of their future students. 4. Use software and other technology to solve problems. 5. Use their acquired skills in the pursuit of a job and/or graduate school. 6. Create mathematical models and use their mathematical and analytical skills to solve real-world problems. 7. Continue to acquire new knowledge for life-long learning in pursuit of their professional and personal goals. 8. Communicate mathematically in their profession and the broader community. 9. Make connections of mathematical ideas to other ideas both inside of and outside of mathematics. 10. Upon completion of the program, a student will attain a score on the Michigan Teacher Certification Training (MTTC) Examination (for Mathematics-Elementary Teaching) equal to or greater than the State average.