Syllabus - MATHS 679

Special Studies in Analysis
Summer 2017

 

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INSTRUCTOR:

Dr. Rich Stankewitz (email: rstankewitz@bsu.edu)

OFFICE AND PHONE:

RB 422

285-8645

 COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Course Description Complex dynamics of one complex variable will be studied.

TEACHING SCHEDULE AND OFFICE HOURS:

Office Hours are by appointment. 

TEXT:

Explorations in Complex Analysis

by Michael A. Brilleslyper, Michael J. Dorff, Jane M. McDougall, James S. Rolf,
Lisbeth E. Schaubroeck, Richard L. Stankewitz, and Kenneth Stephenson

ADAPTATIONS:

If you need course adaptations or accommodations because of a disability, if you have emergency medical information to share with me, or if you need special arrangements in case the building must be evacuated, please make an appointment with me as soon as possible.

GRADING:

Your grade will be based on the following weights:

HW: 100 %

 

Course grades will be determined according to the syllabus using the following scale:

93-100%

A

It is very rare that I decide to adjust (‘curve”) grades, but in the case that I do, you will never be given less than what is stated here.

 

90-93%

A-

87-90%

B+

83-87%

B

80-83%

B-

77-80%

C+

73-77%

C

70-73%

C-

67-70%

D+

63-67%

D

60-63%

D-

0-60%

F

 

SCHOLASTIC DISHONESTY:

SCHOLASTIC DISHONESTY WILL NOT BE TOLERATED!  Any instance of scholastic dishonesty will be handled as consistent with University Regulations.