In most calculus courses, students are taught the theory of Riemann Integration. Although very useful, the Riemann integral has a number of shortcomings that can make it difficult/impossible to work with. In this course, we construct the Lebesgue integral and the measure-theoretic machinery that powers it.
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Preferably, a first course in analysis covering Riemann/ Riemann-Stieltjes. However, Calculus 1-2 and grasp of metric topology should suffice.
The syllabus will be uploaded to the class page.