Matthew Goodburn

McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

College Hall 410
Phone: 412.396.1644


M.A., Economics, University of Pittsburgh, 1995
B.A., Economics, University of Richmond, 1991
Mr. Goodburn earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics with a second major in Mathematics from the University of Richmond in 1991 and a Master of Arts Degree in Economics from the University of Pittsburgh in 1995.  Prior to coming to Duquesne full-time, he worked in the private sector as a policy analyst, first with CONSAD Research Corporation and then as a research analyst with the Allegheny Institute for Public Policy.  Mr. Goodburn also worked as a teaching assistant or an adjunct instructor with Duquesne University since 1994 and with Chatham University from 1997 to 2004. 

Mr. Goodburn has taught the following courses: 

Math 100 Calculus with Algebra I
Math 101 College Algebra
Math 104 Calculus with Algebra and Trigonometry I
Math 110 Calculus with Algebra II
Math 115 Calculus I
Math 125 Fundamental of Statistics
Math 135 Discrete Math
Math 225 Introduction to Biostatistics
Math 335 Biostatistics II
IHP 115 Honors Calculus I
UCOR 111 Problem Solving with Creative Math