For visitors to my website from outside SDSU, the web courses for the Calculus for Biology, Math 121 and Math 122 are basically complete. Several of my courses have problems developed for WeBWorK.

All sections of Math 121and 122 will use the material that can be found at the Math 121 website or the Math 122 website. Math 121and 122 lecture notes are now written in a book form and published by Pearson Custom Publishing. Lab Manuals for this course are in the process of being developed. There is a Lab Manual (Excel and Maple) version and a Lab Manual (MATLAB and Maple) version.

For the 2013-14 year, I am on academic leave.

For Spring 2013, I taught

  1. Calculus for Biology I - Math 121
  2. And supervising the online College Algebra and Trigonometry - Math 105

For the Fall 2012, I taught

  1. Calculus for Biology II - Math 122
  2. Mathematical Modeling - Math 636

Also, Fall 2012,
I'm supervising the online College Algebra and Trigonometry - Math 105

For Spring 2012, I taught

  1. Calculus for Biology I - Math 121
  2. Methods of Applied Mathematics - Math 342B

For the Fall 2011, I taught

  1. Calculus for Biology II - Math 122
  2. Mathematical Modeling - Math 636

For the Spring 2011, I taught

  1. Calculus for Biology I - Math 121
  2. Partial Differential Equations - Math 531

On sabbatical for 2005-2006 school year.

Other courses include

  1. Numerical Analysis - Math 541 (Fall 2008, Spring 2010)
  2. Partial Differential Equations - Math 531 (Spring 2008)
  3. Maple Workshop - Math 241 (Fall 2002, Fall 2003, Fall 2004)
  4. Differential Equations - Math 337 (Spring 2001)
  5. Methods of Applied Mathematics - Math 342A
  6. Mathematical Modeling - Math 636 (Fall 2001, Fall 2006, Fall 2007, Fall 2009, Fall 2010)
  7. Mathematical Modeling - Math 536 (Fall 2000)
  8. Mathematical Modeling - Math 336 (Spring 2000, Spring 2004, Spring 2007)

Students should visit my website at least once a week to obtain an updated syllabus, outlines of the material covered, additional course material, exam information, and your homework assignments. This is my first year of using the web for my course material, so please be patient as I develop the course material and attempt to place it on the web in a timely manner. If you have any questions, then send me email at mahaffy@math.sdsu.edu

I have additional material developed for the San Diego State University Summer Bridge Program which can be viewed on this website.