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INTRO TO REAL ANALYSIS I (MATH 305) [Course name and code is based on my school]

Course Description:

The real number system, elementary topological concepts in Cartesian spaces, convergence, continuity, derivatives and integrals.

Prerequisite(s): 112(Discrete Structures) and 205(Calculus III).

Credits: 3.

3.000 Credit hours

3.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Undergraduate

Schedule Types: Lecture

Mathematical Science Division

Mathematical/Computer Sciences Department

Course Attributes:

Undergrad Traditional

As for the second course, I just generally need any 3 unit upper division Math elective which is not any of the following as I've taken them already.

MATH ELECTIVES-UPPER DIVISION

MATH 318 Biostatistics

MATH 321 Numerical Analysis

MATH 341 Classical Geometry

MATH 415 Number Theory &History of Math

MATH 435 Differential Equations

For the math elective, I've considered taking the probability class at LSU, but for the first course (Intro to Real Analysis I), I have no idea where to find. It is hard enough to find math courses as online class, not to mention a specific one! So, if any of you know a college or university that offers that class, or a similar class, please let me know! Also, if you have any other options or suggestions for the upper division math elective, please let me know as well! Just let me know which school and a link to the course description for the online course. Thank you very much for your time and Happy 2013 people!

P.S. just as a reference, my school costs $1,292 per unit. So for two 3 unit courses, it costs $7752!