Math & Computer Science Syllabus Review
General Education Syllabus Review for Math & Quantitative Reasoning
The following learning outcomes should appear on the syllabus. Check the outcomes that are included. (If you find a version of these outcomes that is more contextualized to the subject matter of the course, those count, too.)
- Interpret and draw appropriate inferences from quantitative representations, such as formulas, graphs, or tables.
- Use algebraic, numerical, graphical, or statistical methods to draw accurate conclusions and solve mathematical problems.
- Represent quantitative problems expressed in natural language in a suitable mathematical format.
- Effectively communicate quantitative analysis or solutions to mathematical problems in written or oral form.
- Evaluate solutions to problems for reasonableness using a variety of means, including informed estimation.
- Apply mathematical methods to problems in other fields of study.
Syllabus features: check all the additional components that are included in the syllabus.
- Instructor info
- Course description
- Assignment descriptions
- Grading structure/breakdown
- Participation/Attendance Policies
- Calendar of Readings and Meetings
- Academic Policies (e.g.: plagarism statement, accessibility statement, extra credit statement; wellness statement)
- Student Support Resources (e.g.: tutoring, counseling, basic needs resources, technology resources)
- Departmental Policies
John Jay has a rich and impressive array of resources for faculty that we hope you will access. This includes our Teaching and Learning Center (see links below or contact TLC Director Dr. Gina Foster for assistance) and our Department of Online Education and Support (DOES), which includes Blackboard support:
- JJ TLC: https://www.jjay.cuny.edu/teaching-and-learning-center-tlc
- TLC Remote teaching: https://www.jjay.cuny.edu/tlc-remote-teaching
- TLC Resources: https://johnjaytlc.commons.gc.cuny.edu
- DOES Resources: https://www.jjay.cuny.edu/resources-online-learning
Also, the Lloyd Sealy Library provides online resources at no cost to students and faculty, including scholarly articles, eBooks, and streaming videos. (See library guide to online resources for options: TBD). Although books and videos on reserve or on library shelves are not available while the library remains physically closed, librarians are available for virtual reference assistance via email and chat, and they can help students and faculty find alternative resources.
- CJA Model Syllabus
- College Bulletins
- COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines
- Faculty References and Resources
- Undergraduate UCASC - Curricular Guidelines and Forms for Faculty