Teaching

Courses Taught

The following is the list of courses I taught at Boise State University along with a short description for courses I taught multiple times.

  • MATH 361 Probability & Statistics I

Calculus-based introductory probability & statistics course primarily intended for students majoring in mathematical sciences, but also for other STEM majors. Covers descriptive statistics, probability, discrete and continuous random variables and their probability distributions, joint probability distribution of two random variables, and sampling distribution and central limit theorem. Focuses on theoretical foundation of the methods and their application in applied contexts.

  • MATH 360 Engineering Statistics

Calculus-based introductory probability & statistics class intended for students majoring in various engineering disciplines. Covers descriptive statistics, probability, discrete and continuous random variables and their probability distributions, sampling distribution and central limit theorem, and confidence interval. Focuses on intuitive and practical interpretations of the methods and their applications in applied contexts. R programming language is used to support certain computations.

  • MATH 254 Statistical Methods

Algebra-based introductory statistics class intended for students majoring in fields other than math or engineering. Covers descriptive statistics, data collection and study design, concepts of probability, hypothesis testing, confidence interval, simple linear regression, and ANOVA. More emphasis is placed on statistical reasoning and communications. R programming language is used to perform computations.

  • MATH 189 Discrete Mathematics

  • MATH 170 Calculus I

  • MATH 144 Analytic Trigonometry

  • MATH 143 College Algebra

  • MATH 123 Math in Modern Society

Click HERE to read the official course descriptions in the university catalogue.

Current Courses

For Fall 2021 semester, I am teaching the following course:

  • MATH 360 Engineering Statistics Section 4001 (Asynchronous online course)

For Spring 2022 semester, I am currently scheduled to teach the following course:

  • MATH 360 Engineering Statistics Section 4001 (Asynchronous online course)

Previous Courses

Courses taught as a lecturer:

Summer 2021

  • MATH 360 Engineering Statistics (section 4001) - Enrollment: 33 students

Spring 2021

  • MATH 360 Engineering Statistics (section 1) - Enrollment: 48 students

  • MATH 360 Engineering Statistics (section 4001) - Enrollment: 45 students

  • MATH 361 Probability & Statistics I (section 2) - Enrollment: 40 students

Fall 2020

  • MATH 254 Statistical Methods (section 3) - Enrollment: 75 students

  • MATH 360 Engineering Statistics (section 2) - Enrollment: 13 students

  • MATH 360 Engineering Statistics (section 3) - Enrollment: 31 students

Summer 2020

  • MATH 170 Calculus I (section 30) - Enrollment: 20 students

Spring 2020

  • MATH 254 Statistical Methods (section 2) - Enrollment: 39 students

  • MATH 254 Statistical Methods (section 6) - Enrollment: 40 students

  • MATH 360 Engineering Statistics (section 3) - Enrollment: 77 students

Fall 2019

  • MATH 360 Engineering Statistics (section 2) - Enrollment: 38 students

  • MATH 360 Engineering Statistics (section 3) - Enrollment: 66 students

  • MATH 361 Probability & Statistics I (section 1) - Enrollment: 36 students

Summer 2019

  • MATH 123 Math in Modern Society (section 1) - Enrollment: 8 students

  • MATH 189 Discrete Mathematics (section 1) - Enrollment: 11 students

Spring 2019

  • MATH 254 Statistical Methods (section 5) - Enrollment: 42 students

  • MATH 360 Engineering Statistics (section 1) - Enrollment: 40 students

  • MATH 360 Engineering Statistics (section 1400) - Enrollment: 5 students

  • MATH 361 Probability & Statistics I (section 1) - Enrollment: 29 students

Fall 2018

  • MATH 254 Statistical Methods (section 3) - Enrollment: 40 students

  • MATH 254 Statistical Methods (section 7) - Enrollment: 40 students

  • MATH 254 Statistical Methods (section 8) - Enrollment: 41 students

  • MATH 361 Probability & Statistics I (section 1) - Enrollment: 35 students

Courses taught as an adjunct faculty:

Fall 2017

  • MATH 143 College Algebra (section 19) - Enrollment: 14 students

  • MATH 254 Statistical Methods (section 4) - Enrollment: 40 students

  • MATH 254 Statistical Methods (section 8) - Enrollment: 38 students

Courses taught as a graduate teaching assistant:

Spring 2017

  • MATH 144 Analytic Trigonometry (section 11) - Enrollment: 39 students

Fall 2016

  • MATH 144 Analytic Trigonometry (section 8) - Enrollment: 42 students

  • MATH 144 Analytic Trigonometry (section 13) - Enrollment: 15 students

Spring 2016

  • MATH 143 College Algebra (section 12) - Enrollment: 40 students

Fall 2015

  • MATH 143 College Algebra (section 22) - Enrollment: 31 students

  • MATH 144 Analytic Trigonometry (section 9) - Enrollment: 36 students