Real Analysis

Real Analysis

Course Description

Introduction to concepts and methods basic to real analysis. Topics such as the real number system, sequences, continuity, uniform continuity, differentiation, integration, infinite series, uniform convergence and functions of several variables.
Prerequisite: Completion of the entire Calculus series and Methods of Proof with a grade of B or better (or consent of instructor).

Note: This course is proof based. All homework assignments, exams and the final are graded by the instructor.

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Course Name: Real Analysis

Course Code: Math 348

Credits: 4 Semester


Yes. Your transcript will come from the records office at United States University. They are regionally accredited and award semester credits.

Transfer: 4 year degree applicable

Your college will require any class you wish to transfer to them to be from a regionally accredited college that awards academic semester or quarter credits.They will also want the course description of the course to match their own. United States University is regionally accredited and issues academic semester credits. Our course description will match or exceed your college's description; thus, your college will most likely accept the course and apply it towards your degree. If you would like pre-approval from your school, please send your counselor or registrar's office the link at the bottom of this page.Your college may be one of the many schools that we are associated with, so check the Associated School link before asking for pre-approval. (K-12 use)

Enrollment Schedule:

Enroll any day of the year, and start that same day. Students have five months of access, plus a 30 day extension at the end if needed. Students can finish the self-paced courses as soon as they are able. Most students finish the lower level courses in 4 - 8 weeks. The upper level math classes, such as Calculus and above, usually take students 3-4 months. (Note: The 30-day extension cannot take your total course time six months beyond the date of enrollment. At the end of the six months, we must post a grade with the university.)

Required Textbook:

Purchase the 2nd edition of this book. It can be found on Amazon or
Elementary Real Analysis
- Thomson Bruckner

Grading Mode:

Standard Letter Grade

Proctored Final: Yes

Application Fee: $0

Other Fees: $0

Full Course Price: $973.00

Payment Plan: First payment of $538.65 and a second payment 30 days later of $441.35.

Note: Payment Plan option is broken down into two payments. The first payment is 55% and the second payment, due 30 days later, is 45% of the total course cost. Payment Plan includes a $7.00 convenience fee split between the two payments.

This course is currently full. Please email Support, and ask to be added to the wait list. As soon as a space in the class opens up, we will enroll the next student. Support will be able to tell you what position you are on the list, and approximately how long of a wait period you have.

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Course Requirements:

  • Must have Internet access.
  • Must have access to email.
  • Omega MathTM Classes - Must be at or above a 7th grade reading level. Remaining courses require at least a 12 grade reading level.

Pre-approval from your college

Westcott Courses is the teacher of the course, and United States University in Chula Vista California is the college that will issue the transcript. If you would like to make sure your college will accept this course from US University, you can ask your school for pre-approval. Send the link below to your counselor or registrar's office and request pre-approval for the course code above through United States University.

The link goes to the course description on US University's site. It is also a dot edu which tells your college that US University is regionally accredited. Therefore, this link has everything your college needs in order to approve the course. Make sure you come back to this page to register. Since you are not a regular student at the University, you must register through this site.

US Universities Catalog Course Description (Course descriptions start on page 101.)

1 Meets the math requirement for a 2 or 4 year degree.