Prof. Ghassan Nazi

Mathematics Department

Kirby Hall 217
Phone: 201.559.6041 Ext. 6041

Academic Accomplishments

MS, SUNY, Buffalo (1991)
BS, SUNY, Buffalo (1989)

Field(s) of Interest/Expertise

I have a lot of expertise working with the adult learners at Felician University. I find that the adult learners frequently approach learning differently than younger learners. They are self-guided in their learning and they require learning “to make sense” – they will not perform a learning activity just because the instructor said to do it.
I am also developing interest in ALICE programming which I hope to introduce at Felician College in the near future. Alice teaches students the essentials of computing and how to use 3D graphics to create animated videos to tell their own story. Alice is designed to be a student’s first exposure to object-oriented programming.

Courses Taught at Felician University
  • College Algebra
  • Pre-Calculus
  • Calculus I, II, and III
  • Differential Equations
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Statistics
  • Matrix Theory
  • Abstract Algebra
  • Physics I and II
  • Basic Skills in Mathematics – Pre-algebra
  • Basic Skills in Mathematics – Algebra
  • Quantitative Reasoning
  • Mathematics for Financial Decision Making
  • Finite Mathematics
  • Statistics II
  • Digital Electronics
  • Publications/Research
Positions Held:

Felician College, Instructor of Mathematics, (1992 to Present)