MATH 670

Advanced Geometry

3 Graduate credits
Effective December 17, 2018 – August 18, 2019

Graduation requirements this course fulfills

Advanced geometry presents a formal and fundamental development of Euclidean geometry with an emphasis on valid arguments. Non-Euclidean geometry will also be investigated. The course begins with a thorough review of geometry and continues with a selection of more advanced topics including the nine-point circle, Ceva's Theorem, Euler line, and Menelaus' Theorem.

Special information

Note: Bachelor's degree in mathematics, mathematics education or related field.

Learning outcomes


  • Understand the basic rules of logic, including the roles of axioms or assumptions
  • Appreciate the role of mathematical proof in formal reasoning
  • Proficiently construct logical arguments and rigorous proofs
  • Present mathematical arguments, in both written and oral form, clearly and precisely to an audience of peers and faculty.