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Jennifer Coopman

Jennifer Coopman, B.S., M.S.

Mathematics, Science Engineering & Math

Email: jcoopman@cypresscollege.edu

Phone: 714-484-7000 Ext : 48614

Office Hours : Spring 2017 - To Be Determined

Location: Science Engineering & Math building: SEM-251



Math is Fun!

I have been teaching Math as a full-time instructor at Cypress College since Fall 2002.  Currently, I am teaching Survey of Calculus and Finite Math.  I received a Bachelor's degree in Applied Math from UCLA and a Master's degree in Applied Math from CSULB.  I was on the Women's Volleyball team at UCLA and really enjoyed my experience there as a student athlete.    

Outside of the classroom, I enjoy the ocean and golfing.  I had my first hole-in-one on a par 3 at Mesa Linda Golf Course in 2012!  I also love being in the mountains.  I especially enjoy hiking in the Sierra Nevada.  I also love to read and I enjoy music.  I love teaching and look forward to helping you be successful in your math classes.

Please come by my office anytime during my office hours for help with your studies or just to talk about your future in math. I look forward to helping you succeed in your math courses and I hope to help you achieve your dreams.


Recommended Course

Math 130C Survey of Calculus

Calculus has changed the way we live since its invention some 350 years ago.  Learn about how the concepts of derivatives and integrals can help you to solve different kinds of application problems, including applications in business, science, and economics.

Math 115C Finite Math

Finite Math includes several mathematical topics, including algebra, matrices, finance, linear programming, probability, and statistics.  Learn how this plethora of topics relate to real-world application.



The Math Learning Center is located on the first floor of  the Library/Learning Resource Center.  The MLC offers walk-in-tutoring to students.

The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) is the largest mathematical society in the world with a particular focus on advancing mathematics at the undergraduate level.  Check it out!