MATH 383 College Geometry

Historical overview of the development of geometry since the time of Euclid. In-depth study of selected topics from Euclidean geometry and the role of axiomatics. Also covers material from at least one of the following non-Euclidean geometries; finite, projective, spherical, and hyperbolic.

Credits

3

Prerequisite

MATH 328 or MATH 366 or MATH 377 (all with C- or higher).

General Education

Offered

  • Spring