Graduate Level Algebra II (Math 6122), Nantel Bergeron

This is a new course created in 2015. It is the second part of Math 6121 (see Mike Zabrocki course web page 2016 or Nantel Bergeron course web page 2015). Math 6121 (or equivalent) is preriquisite to this course.

Nantel Bergeron

tel: 736-2100 Ext 33968
Office: 2029 TEL BUILDING.


Algebra, T. W. Hungerford, GTM Springer. (recommended but not required)
Abstract Algebra, Dummit and Foote, Willey. (Highly recommended but not required)
An Introduction to Computational Algebraic Geometry and Commutative Algebra, D. A. Cox, J. Little and D. O'shea, UTM Springer (Highly recommended but not required)

I plan as follow:

[I will add links to notes (from John Campbell[JC] or others) when available]

Proposed Presentation or Projects (let me know in advance your intent so that we can coordinate when to present it and if it is relevant):

My list is not inclusive and is just suggestions


Students will be evaluated on five aspects (which are parts of the life of any living mathematician). The final grade will be base on the average of the best three of the following four:. 5 Participation in class (Being there, asking questions, being curious, etc.) is ALSO an important aspect of the evaluation. It may help increase any of your average above by up to 10%.
Nantel Bergeron
Office: 2029 TEL Building
email address: bergeron at yorku dot ca
Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
2029 TEL Building
York University
North York, Ontario M3J 1P3, Canada
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last revised Jan. 2017