MATH 416: Abstract Linear Algebra Summer


Overview

Math 416 is a rigorous, abstract treatment of linear algebra. Topics to be covered include vector spaces, linear transformations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, diagonalizability, and inner product spaces. The course concludes with a brief introduction to the theory of canonical forms for matrices and linear transformations. 

Credit is not given for both MATH 416 and either MATH 410 or MATH 415.

For more details see: Mathematics courses at Illinois.


Syllabus

Math 416 Syllabus.pdf


Prerequisites

MATH 241; MATH 347 is recommended

Credit Hours

3

Tuition

Summer Semester courses have fixed tuition rates based on your College, year in school and other factors. Summer tuition rate information

This course uses the Moodle online system. Students must be able to print out assignments, write out solutions, then scan their written work and upload it to Moodle.


Testing

Exams: This course has two 90-minute midterm tests and a 3-hour final exam.

Proctorship Information: This course requires that you obtain a proctor.

Please see our Summer Proctor Information for further instructions.


Course resources

A course Instructor will be available to assist with this course.

Watch the Course Orientation Video for a Moodle course.


Course Options

Please refer to the table for different course options to take this NetMath course.

Course Timeline: This is an 8-week Summer Semester II course with fixed dates for submitting homework assignments and taking exams. Course Start Date is 6-10-19 and End Date is 8-2-19. No extensions are allowed in this course.