2010-2011 Academic Catalog 
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2010-2011 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

MATH 228 - Topology

Type of Course: Lecture
This course continues the study (begun in MATH 131  and MATH 172 ) of the topological properties of subsets of Euclidean space, developing algebraic tools like homology (the proper context for Stokes’ theorem from MATH 131 ) and fundamental groups, with an emphasis on finite simplicial complexes. Further topics may include knot theory and topological modeling in psychology.

Prerequisites: MATH 131  and MATH 172 , or permission.

Instructor: Mr. Rudolph

When Offered: Offered every other year

Faculty: Lee Rudolph, Ph.D. - Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science