### Recent Courses

For current courses, please consult the Undergraduate Timetable or the Graduate Timetable. To view which courses are offered in Odd/Even years in Spring/Summer/Fall Terms, see Offerings.

The following is a list of the courses relevant to studies in Number Theory.

## Graduate Program

### Regular

- MATH 724 - Applications of Complex Analysis
- MATH 725 - Real Analysis
- MATH 740 - Galois Theory
- MATH 741 - Commutative Algebra and Algebraic Geometry
- MATH 817 - Groups and Rings
- MATH 818 - Algebra and Geometry
- MATH 842 - Algebraic Number Theory
- MATH 843 - Analytic and Diophantine Number Theory

### Applications

- MATH 447 - Coding Theory
- MACM 401 - Introduction to Computer Algebra
- MACM 442 - Cryptography

### Current Interest & Reading Courses

## Undergraduates

Undergraduates interested in learning Number Theory can take MATH 342 Elementary Number Theory, which serves as a general introduction with minimal prerequisites. However, because research in Number Theory requires techniques from many areas, we encourage students interested in continuing in this area to take a broad spectrum of courses from our curriculum. For further guidance, please contact the Undergraduate Advisor.

Here is a sample of undergraduate research in Number Theory that has been done recently.

Richard Lei | A Sieving Approach to S-Unit Equations | NSERC USRA Report | 2011 |

Robert Shih | Plotting Plane Algebraic Curves Containing Singularities in Sage | NSERC USRA Report | 2010 |

Karin Arikushi | Elliptic Curves with isomorphic 3-torsion over Q |
NSERC USRA Report | 2005 |