Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
Wheaton College


Mathematics 301. Real Analysis

This course takes a rigorous approach to functions of a single real variable to explore many of the subtleties concerning continuous and differentiable functions that are taken for granted in introductory calculus. Much more than simply an advanced treatment of topics from calculus, this course uses beautiful and deep results about topics such as the Cantor set, Fourier series and continuous functions to motivate the rigorous approach.