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Department of Mathematics
The City College of New York
NAC 8/133
Convent Ave at 138th Street
New York, NY 10031

Phone: (212) 650-5346
Fax: (212) 650-6294
math@ccny.cuny.edu

CCNY :: Division of Science :: Mathematics

Department of Mathematics

Mohammad Islam

Email
shafiqusa@gmail.com
Office
NAC 6/203A
Office hours
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY NAC 6/203A
Office phone
(212) 650-5155

ISLAM, MOHAMMAD

Biography

I studied mathematics and Computer science at the Shah Jalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) at Sylhet, in Bangladesh.

After finished my B.Sc., M.Sc. at SUST (2005), I taught at National University in Bangladesh. In 2007, I arrived at the City College as a Graduate student. I finished my another Masters in mathematics from The city college in 2009. I start teaching in 2007 at The city college as both graduate student Lecturer and TA.

I Accepted in Columbia University for my Ph.D. But I couldn't start my Ph.D. at Columbia because of money. Rather I am taking Ph.D. Classes in Graduate Center with no cost. .

From Fall 2018 I hired as a full-time Lecturer of Math Quantitative Reasoning(MAT 105, 106 108 and STA 250) at John College of Criminal Justice is a four years senior college in CUNY (https://www.jjay.cuny.edu/).

Education

• A Certified Professional Math Educator for the public High School

• M.A ( Mathematics ) from City College , The City University of New York, USA

• M.Sc. ( Mathematics ) from The Shah Jalal University of Science and Technology in Bangladesh

• B.Sc ( Mathematics ) from The Shah Jalal University of Science and Technology in Bangladesh

Course regularly Taught

Math 17300: Introduction to Probability and Statistics

Math 18000: Quantitative Reasoning

Math 18500: Basic Ideas in Mathematics

Math 19000: College Algebra and Trigonometry

Math 19500: Precalculus

Math 20100: Calculus I

Math 20200: Calculus II

Math 20300: Calculus III

Math 20500: Elements of Calculus

Math 21200: Calculus II

Math 34600: Elements of Linear Algebra

Math 39100: Methods of Differential Equations

Math 39200: Linear Algebra and Vector Analysis for Engineers

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