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Part-time Faculty - University College
I am Dr. Gregory Dlabach, a lifelong learner and nontraditional student who has invested in education over the years. I started my first degree in 1982 and finally finished it in 1988. I then went on to obtain two more degrees, a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Management, a Bachelor of Science in Leadership, and a Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management. My focus has always been on overcoming the challenges that create stop-outs and re-investing in my goals.
As a specialist in higher education, college mathematics, and algebra, I have published several works, including "College Algebra" and "College Mathematics." I am also a Certified Health Education Specialist. I hold an EdD in Higher Education from the University of Arkansas (2005), a MA in Mathematics from Missouri State University (1992), and a BS in Mathematics from Oklahoma State University (1988).
I am a nontraditional, lifelong learner - started one degree in 1982, finished in 1988; started a second in 1990 and finished in 1992, and started the last in 1996 finishing in 2005. It's all about overcoming the challenges that create stop outs and re-investing in the goals that matter most. Dr. Gregory Dlabach
- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
- Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Management
- Bachelor of Science in Leadership
- Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management
- Dlabach, G. W., et al. (2011). College Algebra. Words of Wisdom Press, Schaumburg, IL.
- Dlabach, G. W., et al. (2011). College Mathematics. Words of Wisdom Press, Schaumburg, IL.
- Certified Health Education Specialist
Areas of Expertise
Dr. Gregory Dlabach's areas of expertise include:
- College mathematics, higher education, and algebra.
- EdD in Higher Ed - Univ. of Arkansas (2005)
- MA in Math - Missouri St. Univ. (1992)
- BS in Math - Oklahoma St. Univ. (1988)