Garet Hill, M.A.

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Professor Garet Hill

Mathematics | Science Engineering & Math


Phone: (714) 484-7000 Ext: 48157

Office Hours: Monday/Wednesday 8:40–10:30 a.m., Tuesday/Thursday 8:40–9:40 a.m.

Location: SEM-239

About Professor Hill

Hi everyone,

I’m Garet Hill, and I am excited to have you with me this semester. I am from Chino, California and went to Biola University for my undergraduate studies. At Biola, I played baseball and studied mathematics. I was fortunate to be drafted by the Dodgers and the Phillies and signed with the Phillies after my senior year at Biola.

After playing minor-league baseball for a few years, I attained my master’s degree at CSU Fullerton and taught at Orange Lutheran High School as well as Santiago CC and Golden West College. I am currently a full-time faculty member at Cypress College, teaching Statistics and Trigonometry.

Thank you again for joining me this semester, and I hope you enjoy our class!

Degrees Earned

  • M.A., Mathematics

Professional Experience

  • Full-time Faculty at Orange Lutheran High School: 2009-2013
  • Full-time Faculty at Cypress College: 2013-Present
  • Adjunct Faculty at CUI: 2010-Present

Recommended Course

My recommended course is our Math 120 class, Introduction to Probability and Statistics. While the class is quite challenging, I think it is one of the MOST INTERESTING math classes available. It will challenge your critical thinking while giving you endless amounts of real-life applications…and it’s my favorite class to teach!


Math 120 Hybrid Course Information

Description: This course is an introduction to the elements of statistical analysis. Applications to business, the biological sciences and the social sciences are emphasized.

*Note: This course requires access to the course on MyMathLab, which is an added expense. It also requires a Ti-84 (or higher) graphing calculator

All homework and most quizzes will be done through MyMathLab. It is recommended that you are comfortable with doing online assignments, or willing to learn how to do online assignments for this course.

See the course syllabus (available on blackboard or via email request) for various other course requirements, such as required materials, etc.

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