Time and Location
M W F Period 6 (12:50-1:40pm), Little Hall room 125
In this course we will learn the basic concepts and examples of general topology. Topology provides a general setting for studying continuous mathematics, and is a foundation for much of pure and applied mathematics. We will start with the basics of set theory and then introduce topological spaces and continuous functions. We will study notions of connectedness, compactness, countability and separation. We will also study metric spaces and function spaces, and the notion of completeness.
MAS 4105 with a minimum grade of C, or permission from instructor.
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Topology, Second Edition, by James R Munkres.