Dr. Brian Albright has worked at Concordia since 2004 where he teaches all levels of undergraduate mathematics classes. When not in the classroom, he advises mathematics majors and writes mathematical material. Dr. Albright has written two textbooks, one of which has a second edition, which he uses in his own classes. He has also written ancillary material for several other textbooks.
Albright is also involved with the Board of Trustees at his church and helps with maintenance and construction projects at the church. He spends his spare time working outdoors, fishing, playing the trumpet and spending time with his family. He and his wife, KaiPing, have two children.
Dr. Brian Albright's Academic Programs
Studying mathematics can help you develop basic skills such as arguing logically and rigorously, thinking abstractly, formulating and solving problems, analyzing data, and creating and analyzing mathematical models. As a math major, you will find yourself in demand by employers for careers in a wide spectrum of fields.