## Susan Low

##### Associate Faculty, Mathematics

Susan has taught at Mission College for over 30 years. She has taught nearly all the courses in the Math Department and was one of the instructors and course developers of Unix OS Programming courses in the CIS Department early in her career at Mission.

##### Education

Post-Baccalaureate National Science Fellowship, Electrical (Computer) Engineering, University

of California, Davis Extension

5th Year - Graduate School – Teaching Credential Program, Mathematics, University of

California, Davis

Master of Arts: Education: Math Methods in Educational Research, Stanford University

Bachelor of Science: Mathematics, University of California at Davis

##### Teaching Credentials

Community College: Mathematics

Community College Computer & Related Technologies

Secondary: Math major; Humanities - English emphasis minor

Adult Education: Mathematics

##### Courses Taught

Math C: Intermediate Algebra

Math D: Trigonometry

Math 1: Pre-Calculus Algebra

Math 2: Pre-Calculus Algebra & Trigonometry

Math 3A: Analytic Geometry & Calculus I

Math 3B: Analytic Geometry & Calculus II

Math 4A: Intermediate Calculus

Math 8: Finite Math

Math 10: Elementary Statistics

Math 12: Calculus for Business and Social Science

Math 19: Discrete Mathematics

Math 900: Arithmetic Functions

Math 901: Arithmetic Review

Math 902: Pre-Algebra

Math 903: Elementary Algebra

##### Fast Facts

Susan has over 30 years college level teaching experience in mathematics, computer science and related courses, as well as extensive professional experience in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) in higher academia and in the corporate sector in industries ranging from aerospace and high tech to healthcare IT, including training management of electronic healthcare medical records implementations. She has worked in diverse industries ranging from a start-up to large complex corporate environments.

Susan strives to assist students with understanding quantitative and problem-solving processes and to enhance their curiosity about mathematics and applications.

Susan Low**phone**: 408-855-5840**email**: susan.low@wvm.edu**office**: Faculty Center SE2-101