General Information (Catalog listing)
01:640:451-452Abstract Algebra I,II (3,3) Rigorous study of abstract algebraic systems including groups, rings, and fields.
Prerequisites: Permission of department and instructor. For students preparing for graduate study in the mathematical sciences.
This course forms part of the Honors Track sequence. Application for admission may be made in the Undergraduate Office using the special permission form for honors courses (green form).
Spring 2017 Schedule
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|Laugwitz, Robert Uwe||L||04345||H1||MW6||5:00 PM - 6:20 PM||ARC-108||BUS|
Spring 2015 course webpage
Michael Artin; Algebra (second edition); Prentice-Hall, 2011 (560 pp.); (ISBN: 0-13-241377-9; ISBN13: 9780132413770)
Note: Material covered in Math 451 and 452 is determined by the instructor. While the recommended text is always useful for reference, it will not necessarily be followed closely by the instructor.
|Year||451, Fall||452, Spring|
|2014-15||Prof. Lyons||Prof. Tunnell|
|2013-14||Prof. Luo||Prof. Tunnell|
|2012-13||Prof. Borisov||Prof. Weibel|
|2010-11||Prof. Lyons||Robert Wilson|
|2008-0||Simon Thomas||Prof. Lepowsky|
|2007-08||Prof. W. Cook||Prof. Lepowsky|
|2006-07||Prof. F. Luo||Prof. Lepowsky|
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