MATH0500AW15
CRN: 10252

Advanced Study
Advanced Study
Individual study for qualified students in more advanced topics in algebra, number theory, real or complex analysis, topology. Particularly suited for those who enter with advanced standing. (Approval required) 3 hrs. lect./disc.
 Location:
 Main
 Schedule:
 7:00pm8:29pm on Sunday (Jan 5, 2015 to Jan 30, 2015)
 Requirements Satisfied:
 WTR

MATH0500BW15
CRN: 10280

Advanced Study
Advanced Study
Individual study for qualified students in more advanced topics in algebra, number theory, real or complex analysis, topology. Particularly suited for those who enter with advanced standing. (Approval required) 3 hrs. lect./disc.
 Instructors:
 Stephen Abbott
 Location:
 Main
 Schedule:
 7:00pm8:29pm on Sunday (Jan 5, 2015 to Jan 30, 2015)
 Requirements Satisfied:
 WTR

MATH0500CW15
CRN: 10282

Advanced Study
Advanced Study
Individual study for qualified students in more advanced topics in algebra, number theory, real or complex analysis, topology. Particularly suited for those who enter with advanced standing. (Approval required) 3 hrs. lect./disc.
 Instructors:
 Priscilla Bremser
 Location:
 Main
 Schedule:
 7:00pm8:29pm on Sunday (Jan 5, 2015 to Jan 30, 2015)
 Requirements Satisfied:
 WTR

MATH0500DW15
CRN: 10383

Advanced Study
Advanced Study
Individual study for qualified students in more advanced topics in algebra, number theory, real or complex analysis, topology. Particularly suited for those who enter with advanced standing. (Approval required) 3 hrs. lect./disc.
 Instructors:
 David Dorman
 Location:
 Main
 Schedule:
 7:00pm8:29pm on Sunday (Jan 5, 2015 to Jan 30, 2015)
 Requirements Satisfied:
 WTR

MATH0500EW15
CRN: 10384

Advanced Study
Advanced Study
Individual study for qualified students in more advanced topics in algebra, number theory, real or complex analysis, topology. Particularly suited for those who enter with advanced standing. (Approval required) 3 hrs. lect./disc.
 Instructors:
 John Emerson
 Location:
 Main
 Schedule:
 7:00pm8:29pm on Sunday (Jan 5, 2015 to Jan 30, 2015)
 Requirements Satisfied:
 WTR

MATH0500GW15
CRN: 10386

Advanced Study
Advanced Study
Individual study for qualified students in more advanced topics in algebra, number theory, real or complex analysis, topology. Particularly suited for those who enter with advanced standing. (Approval required) 3 hrs. lect./disc.
 Instructors:
 William Peterson
 Location:
 Main
 Schedule:
 7:00pm8:29pm on Sunday (Jan 5, 2015 to Jan 30, 2015)
 Requirements Satisfied:
 WTR

MATH0500HW15
CRN: 10387

Advanced Study
Advanced Study
Individual study for qualified students in more advanced topics in algebra, number theory, real or complex analysis, topology. Particularly suited for those who enter with advanced standing. (Approval required) 3 hrs. lect./disc.
 Instructors:
 John Schmitt
 Location:
 Main
 Schedule:
 7:00pm8:29pm on Sunday (Jan 5, 2015 to Jan 30, 2015)
 Requirements Satisfied:
 WTR

MATH0500IW15
CRN: 10388

Advanced Study
Advanced Study
Individual study for qualified students in more advanced topics in algebra, number theory, real or complex analysis, topology. Particularly suited for those who enter with advanced standing. (Approval required) 3 hrs. lect./disc.
 Instructors:
 Emily Proctor
 Location:
 Main
 Schedule:
 7:00pm8:29pm on Sunday (Jan 5, 2015 to Jan 30, 2015)
 Requirements Satisfied:
 WTR

MATH0500LW15
CRN: 10794

Advanced Study
Advanced Study
Individual study for qualified students in more advanced topics in algebra, number theory, real or complex analysis, topology. Particularly suited for those who enter with advanced standing. (Approval required) 3 hrs. lect./disc.
 Instructors:
 Francis Swenton
 Location:
 Main
 Schedule:
 7:00pm8:29pm on Sunday (Jan 5, 2015 to Jan 30, 2015)
 Requirements Satisfied:
 WTR

MATH0500MW15
CRN: 11375

Advanced Study
Advanced Study
Individual study for qualified students in more advanced topics in algebra, number theory, real or complex analysis, topology. Particularly suited for those who enter with advanced standing. (Approval required) 3 hrs. lect./disc.
 Instructors:
 Michaela Kubacki
 Location:
 Main
 Schedule:
 7:00pm8:29pm on Sunday (Jan 5, 2015 to Jan 30, 2015)
 Requirements Satisfied:
 WTR

MATH1015AW15
CrossListed As:
PHIL1015AW15
CRN: 11348

Philosophy of Mathematics
Philosophy of Mathematics
Mathematics is one of humankind’s greatest cognitive endeavors, yet it raises many puzzling questions. Unlike much of our other knowledge, most mathematical knowledge is not established by gathering empirical evidence. So how is mathematical knowledge possible? Unlike most other things we consider to be real, mathematical objects are not physical objects. So in what sense do mathematical objects, such as numbers, exist? What are the foundations of mathematics? Do some mathematical proofs provide greater understanding than others? No prior knowledge of mathematics or philosophy is required.
 Instructors:
 Stephen Abbott, Kareem Khalifa
 Location:
 Warner Hall 208
 Schedule:
 10:30am12:30pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday (Jan 5, 2015 to Jan 30, 2015)
 Requirements Satisfied:
 DED, PHL, WTR

MATH1015YW15
CrossListed As:
PHIL1015YW15
CRN: 11459

Philosophy of Mathematics
Discussion
Philosophy of Mathematics
Mathematics is one of humankind’s greatest cognitive endeavors, yet it raises many puzzling questions. Unlike much of our other knowledge, most mathematical knowledge is not established by gathering empirical evidence. So how is mathematical knowledge possible? Unlike most other things we consider to be real, mathematical objects are not physical objects. So in what sense do mathematical objects, such as numbers, exist? What are the foundations of mathematics? Do some mathematical proofs provide greater understanding than others? No prior knowledge of mathematics or philosophy is required.
 Instructors:
 Stephen Abbott, Kareem Khalifa
 Location:
 Warner Hall 208
 Schedule:
 1:30pm2:30pm on Monday, Wednesday (Jan 5, 2015 to Jan 30, 2015)

MATH1015ZW15
CrossListed As:
PHIL1015ZW15
CRN: 11460

Philosophy of Mathematics
Discussion
Philosophy of Mathematics
Mathematics is one of humankind’s greatest cognitive endeavors, yet it raises many puzzling questions. Unlike much of our other knowledge, most mathematical knowledge is not established by gathering empirical evidence. So how is mathematical knowledge possible? Unlike most other things we consider to be real, mathematical objects are not physical objects. So in what sense do mathematical objects, such as numbers, exist? What are the foundations of mathematics? Do some mathematical proofs provide greater understanding than others? No prior knowledge of mathematics or philosophy is required.
 Instructors:
 Stephen Abbott, Kareem Khalifa
 Location:
 Warner Hall 208
 Schedule:
 2:30pm3:30pm on Monday, Wednesday (Jan 5, 2015 to Jan 30, 2015)
