There are no required textbooks.

I will post lecture notes to the web page.

 Lecture Notes

Vector analysis:

There are few appropriate vector-analysis ebooks available.
The non-profit Internet Archive, however, has an early edition of Davis and Snider's
popular book available online. Please see:

Davis, H. F. and Snider, A. D. 1979. Introduction to Vector Analysis. Allyn and Bacon, Boston.

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Complex variables:

The mathematics library has a number of Springer ebooks that can be
downloaded and used as textbooks for the complex-variables portion of
the course. For examples, please see:

Agarwal, R. P., Perera, K., and Pinelas, S. 2011. An Introduction to Complex Analysis. Springer, New York.

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Bak, J. and Newman, D. J. 2010. Complex Analysis. Springer, New York.

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Cohen, H. 2007. Complex Analysis with Applications in Science and Engineering. Springer, New York.

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Ponnusamy, S. and Silverman, H. 2006. Complex Variables with Applications. Birkhauser, Boston.

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Other references:

Please see the references section for other useful books.