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MATH 299 Mathematics Seminar

3 hours

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A study of special interest topics in mathematics.  The student will study independently under the supervision of a faculty member and present their work in oral and written form.  As a culmination of the course, the student will write an in-depth paper of a research or expository nature.

Prerequisite(s): Major in mathematics, senior standing, grade of "C" or better in either MATH 230 Abstract Algebra I or MATH 240 Real Analysis, and permission of the instructor.

(Normally offered each spring semester.)