It can be assumed I have taken introductory courses of GR (Carroll) and QFT(Schwartz).
I skimmed through this book by Marcolli on Seiberg-Witten (SW) gauge theory. What I have understood after looking at it is: I will be needing Algebraic topology. Also, after looking into few supersymmetry lecture notes on arXiv I found that SW gauge theory is also introduced there as well under the section/chapter of $S$ or $T$ duality. Of course, I can pick a book on Algebraic Topology to get familiarity with the meaning of terms used in the book of Marcolli. BTW will I be needing any other mathematical pre-requisites (ex. Algebraic Geometry)?
But what I had in mind is book or lecture notes which does SW theory from ground up regarding mathematical pre-requisite like how it's usually done in GR books (not going through a whole differential geometry math book) or how the group theory is tackled in Schwartz book.