I teach a wide variety of courses, ranging from freshman level core curriculum
and service courses to senior level mathematics courses for majors:
- MATH 1111 (College Algebra)
- MATH 1113 (Precalculus)
- MATH 1413 (Survey of Calculus)
- MATH 1634 (Differential Calculus)
- MATH 2644 (Integral Calculus)
- MATH 2654 (Multivariable Calculus)
- MATH 3003 (Discrete Structures)
- MATH 3303 (Ordinary Differential Equations)
- MATH 4234 (College Geometry)
- MATH 4254 (Mathematical Analysis)
- MATH 4353 (Complex Variables)
- MATH 4513 (Linear Algebra)
Math Tutoring Center
The Math Tutoring Center is a service provided by the Department of Mathematics
for students in freshman level courses. It is open approximately 20 hours per
week in room 205 of the Boyd Building. The Math Tutoring Center is not
private tutoring: It is a place where you can go and work your homework and know
there will be someone available to answer any questions should they arise.
Private tutors are those who tutor for a fee which they set. This is not
- Wanda Moon is one of our senior mathematics majors.
She is one of my former Calculus I, II, and III students and I've also had her in a couple of upper level courses as well.
She can tutor any math below Calculus II.
Call her at 678-777-1540 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Nathaniel Crook is a recent graduate with a bachelor's degree in mathematics. He can tutor most anything.
Call him at 770-823-9670 or email him at email@example.com.
- Josh Crager is one of our senior mathematics majors.
He has a very strong background in upper level mathematics and would be particularly good for courses at the calculus level and above. Call
770-755-8092 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Page Swanson is one of my former Calculus II students.
He is very personable and really enjoys helping students with math. Call
404-416-8057 or e-mail to email@example.com.
Senior Seminar Projects
The following six senior seminar projects involve "breaking" a relatively brief
affine digraph ciphered message. (For a description of an affine digraph cipher,
see my presentation "Cryptography: Public Key vs. Private Key Cryptosystems" on
the research page of my web site.) The only mathematical prequisites for these
projects are a knowledge of basic linear algebra and a knowledge of modular arithmetic.
Being able to program a computer might also come in handy.
Current Course Information
If you have any questions about any of these courses, you can find the answers to all your questions here.
Fall Semester, 2013
Spring Semester, 2014