MATH 248

Course description

Graph Theory Instructor Charles Wolf E-mail: Lectures: MW 10:25-11:40 via Zoom: Office Hours: Wednesday 8:30-10:00 PM via Zoom: Text Introduction to Graph Theory by Douglas B. West, 2nd edition, 2001. Prerequisites MTH 173 or MTH 235 or (MTH 200W and MTH 165) Homework Homework will be due most weeks on Thursday by 5pm. Homework is submitted on gradescope, an online grading platform. Instructions for submitting on gradescope will be announced later. Grade 30% Homework + 30% Midterm + 40% Final Exam You will NOT be permitted calculators or other electronic devices (iPhone, smart watches, etc.) on any exams. Otherwise you will NOT be permitted books or notes on any exams. Incomplete “I” grades are almost never given. The only justification is a documented serious medical problem or a genuine personal/family emergency. Falling behind in this course or problems with workload on other courses are not acceptable reasons. Exams Midterm: March 2 in class Final Exam -TBA Academic honesty All assignments and activities associated with this course must be performed in accordance with the University of Rochester’s Academic Honesty Policy. More information is available at: In this class, you are encouraged to discuss homework with each other, but your work must be your own, and you may not copy someone else’s answers. Help If you run into trouble in the course, do not hesitate to attend instructor office hours. You can form a study group with your friends, since talking about the material is an excellent way to increase your understanding. Math study hall info TBA. Disability Support The University of Rochester respects and welcomes students of all backgrounds and abilities. In the event you encounter any barrier(s) to full participation in this course due to the impact of disability, please contact the Office of Disability Resources. The access coordinators in the Office of Disability Resources can meet with you to discuss the barriers you are experiencing and explain the eligibility process for establishing academic accommodations. You can reach the Office of Disability Resources at:; (585) 275-3424; Taylor Hall. Please note that to be granted alternate testing accommodations, you (the student) must fill out forms with Disability Resources at least seven days before each and every exam. These forms are not sent automatically.