• Summer 2019

  • MATH 1951 Calculus III

    End of first-year calculus sequence for science, engineering, and mathematics students, covering parametric and polar coordinates, L'Hospital's Rule, improper integrals, infinite sequences and series, power series, and Taylor series expansions of functions.

    This is a self-designed online course offered over 8 weeks.

    We are using James Stewart's Single Variable Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 8e with WebAssign in this course.

  • Courses Spring 2019

  • MATH 2070 Introduction to Differential Equations

    This course covers the topic of differential equations, which are
    mathematical statements of equality relating a function (of one
    variable, conventionally representing time) to its derivative (or first
    and second derivatives). During this course, we will study first order
    differential equations and systems of differential equations, with an
    eye to qualitative, analytic, and numeric methods of solution and
    analysis.

  • Courses Winter 2019

  • MATH 1200 Calculus for Business and Social Sciences

    Lecture Format; new version of the course meets two days/week for 2 hours with extended calculus topics (differentiation and integration) and projects/group work included.

  • MATH 1150-01 Graph Theory in the Real World (Hybrid Section)

    During this course, we will study the concepts and results of graph theory, how to solve problems related to graphs, and how solving graph theory problems helps us understand real world problems: scheduling, map coloring, postal delivery routes, amicable seating charts, population life cycle analysis, DNA sequencing, and more. This is a hybrid course, meaning that some of the course meetings are face-to-face (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday), while in between face-to-face meetings, students engage with course content, complete assignments, and communicate with classmates and the instructor through our online course container on the Canvas learning management system.  This course satisfies the DU Common Curriculum AI-N requirement.

  • Courses Fall 2018

  • MATH 1200 Calculus for Business and Social Sciences (Lecture Format)

    Lecture format section, meeting 2 hours 2/week in lecture and 1 hour/week in recitation with a TA.

  • FSEM 1111 Mathematics Through Fiction

    An exploration of mathematical topics as they arise in mathematical fiction. Topics such as counting, infinity, number theory, sequences, topology, and the geometry of 2, 3, and higher dimensions will be studied. Students will read literature that introduces mathematical ideas, learn about the associated mathematics, and create works of mathematical fiction. The course closed with a Mathematical Fiction Reception celebrating student writing as well as the literature we read.

  • Summer 2018

  • MATH 1953 Calculus III: Sequences & Series (Online)

  • Courses Spring 2018

  • MATH 1200 Calculus for Business and Social Sciences

    MATH 2070 Differential Equations

  • Courses Winter 2018

  • MATH 1200 Calculus for Business and Social Sciences (Lecture Section)

    MATH 1150 Graph Theory in the Real World (Hybrid Section)

  • Courses Fall 2017

  • MATH 1200 Calculus for Business and Social Sciences (Lecture)

    FSEM 1111-39 Mathematics Through Fiction

  • Courses AY 2016-2017

  • MATH 1951 Calculus I: Differentiation (Summer Session)

    MATH 1200 Calculus for Business and Social Sciences (Lecture Sections)

    MATH 1150 Graph Theory in The Real World (Hybrid Section)

    FSEM 1111-39 Mathematics Through Fiction

  • MATH 1200 Calculus for Business and Social Sciences (Hybrid Sections)

    This course teaches differential calculus concepts (without trigonometry) with an eye to their real-world applications and interpretations, and is the appropriate AI-N calculus class for students majoring in business and the social sciences. Topics include limits, differential calculus of one variable, including exponential and logarithmic functions, and applications of calculus to business and the social sciences. These sections were offered in Combined/Hybrid format which uses online video content prior to class meetings to offer a reduced class size (30 students) and a more active learning environment, meeting face-to-face three days/week.

  • Courses AY 2015-2016

  • FSEM 1111-39 Mathematics Through Fiction

    MATH 1951 Calculus (Summer Session)

    MATH 1200 Calculus for Business and Social Sciences (Lecture & Hybrid Sections)

    MATH 1150 Graph Theory in the Real World (Hybrid Section)

    MATH 2070 Introduction to Differential Equations

     

  • Courses AY 2014-2015

  • MATH 1951: Calculus I

    MATH 1952 Calculus II: Integration (Summer Session)

    MATH 1200 Calculus for Business and Social Sciences (Lecture & Hybrid Sections)

    MATH 2070 Introduction to Differential Equations

  • Courses AY 2013-2014

  • MATH 1200 Calculus for Business and Social Sciences (Lecture format)

    MATH 1200 Calculus for Business and Social Sciences (Hybrid format)

    MATH 1150 Graph Theory in the Real World (Hybrid)

    FSEM 1111-39 Mathematics Through Fiction

    MATH 2070 Introduction to Differential Equations

  • Courses Taught AY 2012-2013

  • MATH 1200 Calculus for Business and Social Sciences (Hybrid)

    MATH 1953 Calculus III

    MATH 2070 Introduction to Differential Equations

    MATH 1150 Graph Theory in the Real World (Hybrid)

  • Courses Taught 2007-2012

  • Many sections of:

    FSEM 1111 Mathematics Through Fiction

    MATH 1150 Graph Theory in the Real World (Hybrid)

    MATH 1150 Graph Theory and the Real World

    MATH 1200 Calculus for Business and Social Sciences

    MATH 1951 Calculus I

    MATH 1952 Calculus II

    MATH 1953 Calculus III

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