College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Dr. Bill Tetu has been teaching at Walden University since 2007. Prior to that Dr. Tetu spent almost 30 years in the United States Army, worked as a Business Manager for Honeywell Corporation, and as an analyst for the United States Special Operations Command. .
Dr. Tetu’s formal teaching and fields of study areas include Probability and Statistics and Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods and Designs.
Dr. Tetu teaches Statistics and Research courses and serves on Dissertation Committees as both chair and member at Walden University.
Dr. Tetu completed his undergraduate degree at the United States Military Academy at West Point, his masters’ degree at the University of Kansas and Boston University and his doctorate degree at Argosy University. His dissertation was a research study that investigated the relationships between mathematics anxiety, test anxiety and mathematics performance in adult college students.
Dr. Tetu has served as chair of several doctoral committees that have used qualitative, quantitative or mixed methods designs. He has also served on an Institutional Review Board for 5 years and as a co-chair for one year