Dr. Masterson has had a long teaching career. He started his teaching career at St. Francis College and the Polytechnic Institute of New York, then in 1981 he moved to Seton Hall where he has been ever since. At Seton Hall Dr. Masterson teaches all levels of mathematics courses, but especially loves teaching differential equations and complex analysis. Dr. Masterson is currently interested in research topics related to math and physics and is particularly interested in topics where these two subjects intersect. In addition to his research interests, Dr. Masterson is one of the organizers for the Math and Computer Science departments weekly mathematics talks.
- Rutgers University 9/85-10/89, M.S. (Computer Science) October 1989
- Polytechnic Institute of New York 9/69-6/81, Ph.D. (Mathematics) June 1981, M.S. (Mathematics) June 1977, B.S. (Physics), summa cum laude, June 1974
- State University of New York at Stony Brook 9/79-6/80, Thesis research under Dr. Irwin Kra