The mathematics program at Texas Lutheran has three main objectives:
  1. To develop a student's ability to think critically and independently about problems that will be encountered in life. The value of critical thinking certainly isn't limited to classroom situations in a mathematics course. We want our students to think clearly and logically about all problems they encounter.
  2. To develop in the student an aptitude for mathematical reasoning and self-confidence through involvement in the undergraduate curriculum, so the student will be prepared to enjoy the lifelong pursuit of knowledge and to follow truth beyond the classroom.
  3. To educate the student in some of the mathematical topics and techniques necessary for success in all courses involving reasoning and problem solving.