Typically I only teach in the Fall and Spring semesters, with the Summer semester reserved for my research. I teach undergraduate mathematics courses to mathematics, engineering, and science majors at the level of Calculus 1 and above. I also teach graduate courses for the Biomathematics Graduate Program, including courses and seminars related to my brain mapping research.
I have been awarded a FSU University Teaching Award in 2008 and 2014. This award is based on nominations by students followed by a review process by my colleagues. I am very honored to have received these awards as only about 15-20 awards are made university wide each year. I highly encourage students to nominate any professor who has had a positive impact on their learning. Nomination forms can be found here.
Here are syllabi of some of the more recent courses that I have taught. These syllabi are samples only and they are subject to change each time I teach the course.
|- MAC 2311 - Calculus I|
|- MAC 2312 - Calculus II|
|- MAC 2312 - Calculus II (Honors)|
|- MAC 2313 - Calculus 3|
|- MAS 3105 - Applied Lienar Algebra I|
|- MAT 3503 - Functions and Modeling|
|- MAT 3930 - Special Topics in Mathematics|
|- MAA 4402 - Complex Variables|
|- MAP 4481 - Modelng in Biology|
|- MAT 4906 - (Undergraduate) Directed Independent Study (DIS)|
|- MAT 4934 - Honors Work (DIS)|
|- MAT 5907 - (Graduate) Directed Independent Study (DIS)|
|- MAA 5932 - Complex Variables|
|- MAP 5933 - Special Topics in Mathematics|
|- MAP 6437 - Biomath Projects|
|- MAP 6939-04 - Brain Mapping Graduate Seminar|
|- MAP 6939-05 - Biomathematics Graduate Seminar|
|- MAP 6980 - Graduate Dissertation|
Content for these courses is available to enrolled students on BlackBoard.
For more information regarding these courses, please contact Dr. Hurdal.