Text: Fundamentals of Complex Analysis, Classic (3rd) Edition, by Saff and Snider, ISBN 9780134689487

Online resources: https://matthbeck.github.io/papers/complex.pdf and
https://complex-analysis.com/content/table_of_contents.html

A scientific calculator is recommended.

See Canvas for full syllabus and other course materials.

Instructor: Dr. Edward Early

E-mail: edwarde@stedwards.edu

Office: JBWS 168C

Office Hours: M11, T10, W2

Home Page: http://edwarde.create.stedwards.edu/

Attendance/Participation:

- May be withdrawn for absences (WA) with 5 absences
- READ AHEAD in the book to be able to participate in class

- Due every Monday (or Wednesday if Monday is a holiday)
**No late work accepted**(not even for athletes, illness, etc.)- Early work is accepted, can be turned in to office or emailed
- Lowest two grades dropped to compensate for not accepting late work

- Two in-class exams, see schedule
- No makeup exams for any reason
- Open-book group quiz (counts as HW grade) before each test
- If the final exam score is higher than the lowest test score, then the lowest test score will be replaced by the lower of the final exam or the other test score
- Comprehensive final exam, with calculator, check Registrar's schedule for date and time

Grades:

- Two Exams: 42%
- Final Exam: 27%
- Homework/Quiz: 30%
- Free Point: 1% (any extra credit will be credited here)
- Highest score and anything within 10% of it will be an A, with minimum A at least 80 and at most 90
- Highest non-A and anything within 11% of it will be a B, with minimum B at least 60 and at most 80
- Highest non-A/B and anything within 12% of it will be a C, with minimum C at least 50 and at most 70
- +/- grades may be applied at the border of each letter range. A+ is reserved for consistently outstanding work.