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Mr. Villarreal earned his Master of Science degree in Mathematics from
Texas A&M University-Kingsville. Prior to earning his graduate
degree, Mr. Villarreal’s college education began by attending Bee County
College after graduating from high school. He continued his undergraduate
coursework by transferring to Texas A&I University where he earned his
Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics.
Since 1993, Mr. Villarreal has taught
the following mathematics courses offered at CBC: Basic Mathematics, Beginning
& Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Trigonometry, Math for Business
& Economics I & II, Statistics, Precalculus, Calculus I, II, and III.
He served as Tutor Coordinator for the Mathematics Division and also
received training to help implement the first Supplemental Instruction Program
in the Mathematics Division at CBC. Before his years as a faculty member
in the Mathematics Division at CBC, Mr. Villarreal was employed with a Naval
Aviation ground support contractor as a Plane Captain for the VT-26 Training
Squadron, which operated the T2-Buckeye jet aircraft at N.A.S. Chase
Field. After earning his Bachelor of Science degree, he taught Algebra I,
Algebra II Honors, Trigonometry, and Analytic Geometry courses at Robstown High
School where he also helped coach the UIL Calculator team. The following
year, Mr. Villarreal began the first year of his college teaching career
teaching in the Mathematics Division at then Bee County College with his former
professors. From that time on, Mr. Villarreal has been a full-time
faculty member with the Mathematics Division at CBC. College Mathematics
Courses which he is currently teaching are College Algebra, Math for Business
& Economics I & II, and Calculus I. In addition to teaching, Mr. Villarreal also provides academic advising for students, works with mathematics faculty to review and develop division policies and course curriculum, and serves as the
webmaster for the Mathematics Division.
His hobbies are pencil sketching, playing guitar(he actually began
learning by listening to his colleague and former Chemistry professor, Mr.
Burns, playing in the courtyard during their lunch breaks), and eating
Tiramisu. He also likes watching football, fishing with his two sons and
daughter when they have time off, and sitting down with his wife to eat popcorn
and watch a movie together. Mr. Villarreal learned from his parents the
importance of getting his education(in the field and in the classroom) and that
hard work was vital to building strong character and achieving one's goals.
He enjoys spending time with his family, which is very important in his