The following textbooks (in increasing order of sophistication) are on reserve in the Shapiro Science Library.
Brualdi, Introductory Combinatorics. This book covers the introductory material in more detail, and also covers a few topics not in Bogart.
Polya, Tarjan, and Woods, Notes on Introductory Combinatorics. The actual lectures for a course similar to ours. The book is very readable, and has a particularly good treatment of Polya's Theory of Counting.
Bondy and Murty, Graph Theory with Applications. This book covers many different areas in graph theory in a fair amount of depth, with emphasis on algorithms and applications. It will be of particular interest to computer scientists.
Stanley, Enumerative Combinatorics, Volume I. This is a more advanced book, covering many areas related to the basic enumerative results we will cover.
Homework #1, due 9/25/98
Homework #2, due 10/9/98
Homework #3, due 10/23/98
Homework #4, due 11/6/98
Homework #5, due 11/20/98
Homework #6, due 12/4/98
Homework #7, due 12/11/98