We recognize the relevance of mathematics in the modern world, and that its continued growth relies on the contributions of people from many cultures.
We'll encourage you to be an active participant in your own learning and to work both independently and in collaboration with your classmates. We'll help you gain a deeper understanding of coursework rather than focus on short-term memorization techniques. We'll challenge you to become a better problem solver and to recognize that math can be fun. Our curriculum is rigorous, and we provide the support necessary to meet these high standards.
In addition to the core sequence of courses (Core, Advanced, Honors) leading up to the Calculus level, we offer courses in economics, financial markets and computer science and programming, as well as Statistics, Linear Algebra and Multivariable Calculus. Students can prepare for Advanced Placement exams in Statistics, Calculus AB, Calculus BC and Computer Science.
Collaboration and communication in the math classroom is critical. Understanding difficult mathematical concepts or reading and interpreting data can be challenging when working in isolation, so we encourage students to bounce ideas off of each other before arriving at a solution or conclusion.Marc Buchner, math Department Chair
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M.A., Villanova University
A.B., Princeton University
M.S., University of Phoenix
B.A., Rowan University
PGCE, University of London, Chelsea College
Ed.D., Columbia University, Teachers College
M.S., Emory University
Ph.D., Emory University
M.A., Lesley University
B.S., California State University, Los Angeles
B.A., Austin College
B.S., Duke University
B.S., Moscow Inst of Eng Physics (Inst of Atomic Energy, Obninsk)
M.A.T., The College of New Jersey
M.A., Central Michigan University