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MATH 5330
Abstract Algebra I
Three semester hours.
This is the first course in Abstract Algebra. The main topics in this course will be groups, rings, fields, subgroups, quotient groups, ideals, homomorphisms and introduction to field extensions. There will be classical examples of permutation groups, polynomial rings and integral domains, questions of factorization, ideals and fundamental homomorphism theorems. Prerequisite: Graduate standing and consent of instructor.

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