Mathematics Department - Math 361 - Set Theory

Math 361 - Set Theory

General Information

Catalogue listing for SET THEORY (3):
Introduction to set theory. The set-theoretic foundations of mathematics, including the construction of the real number system, countable and uncountable sets, cardinal numbers, and ordinals, the axiom of choice.
Prerequisites: 01:640:300 and either 01:640:250 or CALC3, or permission of department.

Note: This course makes extensive use of the proof writing skills students develop in Math 300. Students who need further practice with these skills are advised to take Math 311 before taking Math 361, if possible.

Schedule Archives

Fall 2018 Schedule

This course is taught each Fall term.


Herbert B. Enderton, Elements of Set Theory, Academic Press, ISBN: 0-12-238440-7; ISBN13: 9780122384400


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