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646 557 4667
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He is taking  Ph.D. Classes in Graduate Center.

 • Effective practices in online teaching Certificate, JJAY, CUNY,2022

 •  Practical Teaching for Resilient Learning, JJAY, CUNY,2021

 • A Certified Professional Math Educator for the public High School , 2013

 • M.A. ( Mathematics ) from City College, The City University of New York, USA,2009
 • M.Sc. ( Mathematics ) from The Shah Jalal University of Science and Technology in Bangladesh, 2005

 • B.Sc  ( Mathematics ) from The Shah Jalal University of Science and Technology in Bangladesh,2003


Mohammad Islam is a Lecturer of the Math Foundation Quantitative Reasoning Program
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
The City University of New York
New Building, Room 6.65.28
524 West 59th Street, Sixth Floor
New York, NY 10019 

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

After finishing his B.Sc. and M.Sc. at SUST (2005), he taught at National University in Bangladesh. In 2007, he arrived at The City College as a Graduate student. He finished his other master's in mathematics from The City College in 2009. Therefore, he started teaching in 2007 at The City College as a graduate student Lecturer and T.A. he have been teaching in JJAY since 2009.    

He has four family members himself, his wife, and his two sons. He always help his community by giving proper education, immigration, and job information. In addition, he play Volleyball, basketball, badminton, and soccer. 

Courses are regularly Taught:

Quantitative Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning and Mathematical Modeling for Business Applications, Principles and Methods of Statistics, Algebra, Probability, and Statistics, discrete mathematics, Finite mathematics and applied approach, basic college mathematics, Pre-Calculus, Calculus I, II and III, Vector Calculus, College Algebra and Trigonometry, Geometry and Business Mathematics.  

Class format:

=> Solving problems from the previous class homework problems or harder ones

=> New lecture.     
=> You must participate in my every class by asking/ answering questions.  

To do well you taking a course with him, you need to keep up with each week, not just to study your notes from the class and read the texts, but also to investigate a nontrivial amount of time to solve homework problems.

So, doing well in the class is about building particular kinds of intellectual muscles through practice by exercising them, not about learning any specific set of facts.

You should spend at least two hours studying and doing homework outside of class for every hour you spend inside.
He want the course to run smoothly, enjoyably, and profitably. So feel free to let him  know what you find good, engaging, and fun in the system. Let him  know sooner about the opposite.     

Best way to Contact him: 
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Courses Taught

Carrent courses

Sta 250, MAT 108 and Mat 105

Professional Memberships

Currently, He is the 

Member of the Faculty Senate, JJAY (Since 09-01-2021), 

Member of the College Council, JJAY (Since 09-01-2021) 

Member of the Committee on Student Admissions and Recruitment, JJAY (Since 09-15-2020) 

Member of the Committee on Student Honors, Prizes, and Awards member for 2022-23 

Member of the Committee of Faculty Senate Technology for 2022-23 

Also, he is a committee member of the Curriculum Committee and 

Student Grade Appeals Committee at Math and Computer science department in 

John Jay college of criminal justice. 2020-present 

Advisor of Bangladesh Student Association at City College of New York, 2018-Present 

Member of Alumni Association of The City College of New York, 2009 – Present 

Member of Math Club in The City College of New York, 2007– Present 

Member of NYSUT (New York State United Teacher), 2007- Present 

Organized Annual Mathematics Olympiads in SUST, 2002 – 2005 


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