Last semester I picked up an algebra course at my university, which unfortunately was scheduled during my exams of my major (I'm a computer science major). So I had to self study the material, however, the self written syllabus was not self study friendly (good syllabus overall though).
The course was split up into 3 parts, group theory, ring theory and field theory. As a computer science major we only had to study the first 2.
Now that I passed the exam for this course I want to study the field theory part ( which covers Galois theory, etc).
So, now I want to ask whether any of you know any good books on abstract algebra, which lift off at basic ring theory and continue to more advanced ring theory and to finite fields, Galois theory, ...
Please keep in mind that I am not a math major, and that I would like books which are suited for self study (thus a lot of examples and intuition).
Thanks in advance!