642 Math

(Ring Theory (2)    

Course Delivery
 

1.  Coverage of Planned Program
 
Topics Covered
Planned Contact Hours Actual Contact Hours Reason for Variations if there is a difference of more than 25% of the hours planned
Simple and Primitive Rings.
 
8 8  
The Jacobson Radical 8 8  
Semisimple Rings.
 
8 8  
The Prime Radical. 8 8  
Prime and Semiprime Rings. 12 12  
Algebras. 12 12  
  60 60  

 

2.  Consequences of Non Coverage of Topics
 For any topics where the topic was not taught or practically delivered, comment on how significant you believe the lack of coverage is for the course learning outcomes or for later courses in the program. Suggest possible compensating action. 
Topics (if any) not Fully Covered Effected Learning Outcomes Possible Compensating  Action
Non
 
   
 
 
   
 
 
   
 
 
   

 
3.  Course learning outcome assessment.
 

  List course learning outcomes
 
List methods of assessment for each LO Summary analysis of assessment results for each LO
Knowledge Student will be able to demonstrate sound knowledge of:
 
Simple and Primitive Rings.
The Jacobson Radical
Semisimple Rings.
The Prime Radical.
Prime and Semiprime Rings.
Algebras.
  • written examine
  • Writing Assignments
  • Discussion

 

Student is excellent in Knowledge about group theory and Galois extensions
Cognitive skills
 
Student will be able to:    
formulate, and analyze algebraic problems related to ring  theory
 
  • Discussion
  • written examine
  • Writing Assignments
  • Present a Project

 
 

Student is good in  formulating, and analyzing theory related to Galois extensions and group theory
 
 
Conduct investigations of complex including analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions
Provide  a scientific proves for algebraic  facts related to ring theory
 
 
Interpersonal Skills & Responsibility effective self-management in terms of time, planning and behavior, motivation, self-starting, individual initiative
 
  • Present a Project
  • Discussion
  • Comments card

 

Student is excellent in  self-management in terms of time, planning and behavior, motivation, self-starting, individual initiative
 
interpersonal skills of effective listening, negotiating, persuasion and presentation
 
Student is a good in
interpersonal skills of effective listening, negotiating, persuasion and presentation
 
Communication, Information
 Technology, Numerical Skills
Student will be able to
 
  • Present a Project
  • Discussion
  • Comments card

 

Student is excellent  in communicating effectively both orally and in writing using a range of Technology
Student will be able to
 
Student is excellent in
making effective use of communication and information