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)

- Read a brilliant essay by Ben House on the lowering of educational expectations over the past 150 years.
- Read my Teaching Philosophy.
- Read my Ten Commandments for taking a test.

- Read the schedule for the Math Tutoring Center (formerly Math Lab).

- Kyle Carter is one of our alumni and a current graduate student in our Master's program. He also teaches online for the Mathematics Tutoring Center. He would be an outstanding choice for a tutor. Call him at 770-826-3470 or email him at kcarter4@my.westga.edu.
- 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 wmoon1@my.westga.edu.
- 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 crooknathaniel@ymail.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 jscrager@gmail.com.
- 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 kswanso4@my.westga.edu.

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.

- Coding Project 1
- Coding Project 2
- Coding Project 3
- Coding Project 4
- Coding Project 5
- Coding Project 6
- Coding Project 7
- Coding Project 8

- MATH 1634: Calculus I
- MATH 2644: Calculus II
- MATH 4233: College Geometry
- MATH 4423: Abstract Algebra II