Math 302,   NonEuclidean Geometry,   Fall 2001

The syllabus sheet with other course information is the handout for the first day of class.

The homework and journal assignments and other handouts will be posted as they are assigned.  By completing extra activities, it is possible to earn the right to drop your lowest one or two homework grades.

Journals will be assigned every Wednesday and Friday, due the next class period. 

A couple of times, we will meet in a computer classroom for interactive computer labs.

You can now check your grades for this course here online. Once you enter your campus netid and password, you'll see a line for each course you're enrolled in that uses the math dept's grading program.

For a preview of the assignments for the whole semester, you can look at the Spring 2001 version of the course.

David Henderson, the author, maintains an online list of errata to the textbook.