MATH 25700: Abstract Algebra
Autumn 2015

Instructor: Frank Calegari

MWF 10:30 am in E-203
Please pay attention to the detailed list of Reading and Homework Assignments. It may be subject to change.

http://www.math.uchicago.edu/~fcale/331.html/

News

06/01/15: Practice problems for the final can be found here.

What is Math 331?

Math 331 is an honors-level course in abstract algebra taught at a high level of abstraction. Its subject matter (groups, rings, fields, etc.) is similar to that of Math 330, but there is a greater emphasis in 331 on proving theorems, by the students themselves as well as by the instructor. A good deal of the learning will come from the weekly problem sets, and students in 331 should be prepared to devote considerable time to them.


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