(Quoted from the math department webpage)
The mathematics department offers a full range of courses, from non-credit ones for students whose mathematics preparation is insufficient for credit-level work to those designed for students in all degree programs at the college. The mathematics department also offers three degree programs:
• AS in Computer Science,
• BS in Applied Mathematics,
• BS in Mathematics Education.
I have taught a wide variety of math classes at different levels at CityTech. These include courses for students in each of our department’s three degree programs, courses in the calculus sequence, and a general education course . Please see the table for a complete list. Click on the course code to see the course outline; click on the semester to see the course website (where applicable).
|MEDU 2010||Technology in Mathematics Education||2||3||24||F16, F17|
|MAT 1190||Quantitative Reasoning||3||3||35||F14|
|MAT 1275||College Algebra and Trigonometry||4||4||35||F17, S18|
|MAT 1375||Precalculus||4||4||38||F13, F18, F19|
|MAT 1475||Calculus I||4||4||35||F13, F14|
|MAT 1475H||Honors Calculus I||4||4||20||S14|
|MAT 1575||Calculus II||4||4||35||S14, F14, S15, F18|
|MAT 2440||Discrete Structures and Algorithms I||3||4||30||S17|
|MAT 2540||Discrete Structures and Algorithms II||3||4||30||S16|
|MAT 2680||Differential Equations||3||3||30||F15|