Math 351 is one of two courses mathematics majors may take to satisfy the algebra requirement.   (The other is Math 350.)
01:640:351-352 Introduction to Abstract Algebra I,II (4,3)
Abstract algebraic systems, including groups, rings, fields, polynomials, and some Galois theory.
Prerequisites: CALC3, 01:640:250, and 300, or permission of department.
Thomas W. Hungerford; Abstract Algebra: An Introduction (third edition);
Cengage, 2011; ISBN: 978-1111569624
Spring 2018 Schedule
Fall 2016 course webpage
|Previous Semesters of 640:351|
|S2016 Borisov, Cherlin||F2016 Weibel||S2014 Wilson, Luo||F2014 Lynd, Pontes||S2016 Borisov, Lynd||F2015 Sahi||S2012 Weibel||F2012 Lynd||S2013 Wilson, Sargsyan||
|S2010 O'Nan||F2010 Wilson||S2011 Cherlin||F2011 Mejia-Ramos||S2008 O'Nan||F2008 O'Nan||F2009 Bumby||F2009 O'Nan|
|F2004 Sims||F2005 Lyons||F2006 Cook||F2007 Wilson||F1999 Bumby
|F2001 Sims||F2002 Sims||F2003 Cherlin
S2003 A. Taylor
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