Dr. White - Professor of Mathematics

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Professional Information

Education:   Ph. D. from Auburn University in Mathematics (Topology)
M.S. from Tennessee Tech University in Mathematics
B.S. from Tennessee Tech University in Physics



Memberships in Professional Organizations:   Mathematical Association of America
American Mathematical Society
Alabama Association of College Teachers of Mathematics


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Classes For Fall 2017 Semester

MS 415 — 001
Advanced Calculus I

Course Policy

Call Number:

11211


Class Time:

11:15 am - 12:15 pm


Class Days:

MWF


Class Room:

Ayers Hall 222


Final Exam:

December 8 Friday 10:30 am - 12:30 pm



Text Book: Introduction to Real Analysis 2nd Ed. by Manfred Stoll
Published by Pearson
Copyright 2000
ISBN-10: 0321046250
ISBN-13: 978-0321046253







MS 516 — 001
Real Variables II

Course Policy

Call Number:

11217


Class Time:

10:00 am - 11:00 am


Class Days:

MWF


Class Room:

Ayers Hall 116


Final Exam:

December 4 Monday 10:30 am-12:30 pm



Text Book: Real Analysis (Classic Version) 4th Ed by Royden/Fitzpatrick
Published by Pearson
Copyright 2018
To make sure you get the corrected version,
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ISBN-13: 978-0-13-468949-4









MS 541 — 001
Abstract Algebra I

Course Policy


Call Number:

11218


Class Time:

4:30 pm - 6:00 pm


Class Days:

MW


Class Room:

Ayers Hall 216


Final Exam:

December 4 Monday 4:00 pm- 6:00 pm



Text Book: A First Course in Abstract Algebra 7th Ed. by John B. Fraleigh
Published by Pearson
Copyright 2002
ISBN-10: 0201763907
ISBN-13: 9780201763904







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Below is a list of all the mathematics courses I have taught at JSU.

Undergraduate Courses

  MS 100 Intermediate Algebra
  MS 108 Exploring Mathematics
  MS 110 Finite Mathematics
  MS 112 Precalculus Algebra
  MS 113 Precalculus Trigonometry
  MS 115 Precalculus Algebra & Trig
  MS 133 Mathematical Concepts I
  MS 140 Analytic Geometry (No longer taught)
  MS 125 Calculus I
  MS 126 Calculus II
  MS 227 Calculus III
  MS 300 Intro. to Advanced Mathematics
  MS 304 Mathematical Statistics I
  MS 305 Number Theory
  MS 309 Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science (No Longer Taught)
  MS 309 Combinatorics
  MS 323 College Geometry
  MS 344 Differential Equations
  MS 352 Linear Algebra
  MS 390 Numerical Analysis
  MS 400 Senior Seminar in Mathematics
  MS 403 Vector Analysis
  MS 404 Mathematical Statistics II
  MS 415 Advanced Calculus I
  MS 416 Advanced Calculus II
  MS 423 A Survey of Geometries
  MS 441 Abstract Algebra I
  MS 451 Functions of a Complex Variable
  MS 480 Introductory Topology
  MS 484 Partial Differential Equations


  Graduate Courses

  MS 400G Senior-Graduate Seminar (No longer taught)
  MS 403G Vector Analysis
  MS 404G Mathematical Statistics II
  MS 416G Advanced Calculus II
  MS 423G A Survey of Geometries
  MS 451G Functions of a Complex Variable
  MS 480G Introductory Topology
  MS 484G Partial Differential Equations
  MS 515 Real Variables I
  MS 516 Real Variables II
  MS 517 Functional Analysis
  MS 527 Differential Geometry (No longer taught)
  MS 523 Topics in Geometry for Teachers
  MS 526 Topics in Analytic Geometry for Teachers
  MS 528 Theory of Equations and Functions for Teachers
  MS 530 Foundations in Calculus for Teachers
  MS 533 Topics in Modern Analysis for Teachers
  MS 534 Topics in Modern Algebra and Geometry for Teachers (No longer taught)
  MS 535 Topics in Finite Mathematics for Teachers
  MS 541 Abstract Algebra I
  MS 542 Abstract Algebra II
  MS 595 Seminar in Analysis
  MS 598 Directed Readings in
                Divisible Groups, Non-Euclidean Geometry, Galois Theory, Banach Spaces, Metric Spaces, Cauchy-Peano Existence Theorem for Differential Equations


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