- Teaching coordinator: Elba Garcia-Failde
- Teaching coordinator: Thomas Gauthier
- Teaching coordinator: Alexandra Kuznetsova
- Teaching coordinator: Yichen Qin

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- Teaching coordinator: Thomas Gauthier
- Teaching coordinator: Alexandra Kuznetsova
- Teaching coordinator: Yichen Qin

*Prerequisites: MAA206*

MAA303 focuses on general group theory, ring theory and field theory. The first course objective is to describe group actions and geometric applications, as well as the notion of Sylow subgroups. The second part of the course develops general commutative ring theory, looking specifically at applications for the arithmetic of integers. The last aim of the course is to introduce students to the theory of field extensions, and the Galois theory of algebraic equations.

- Teaching coordinator: Gael Raoul

*Prerequisites: MAA206*

MAA303 focuses on general group theory, ring theory and field theory. The first course objective is to describe group actions and geometric applications, as well as the notion of Sylow subgroups. The second part of the course develops general commutative ring theory, looking specifically at applications for the arithmetic of integers. The last aim of the course is to introduce students to the theory of field extensions, and the Galois theory of algebraic equations.

MAA303 will open with a recap of convergences of random variables and convergences of distributions. The class will then investigate asymptotic statistics (asymptotic properties of MLE, asymptotic confidence intervals, asymptotic test theory etc.) and information theory for statistics (efficiency, Cramer-Rao theory etc.). Finally, students will be given an introduction to Bayesian statistics.

- Teaching coordinator: Gael Raoul