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Evaluated Courses and UM Equivalencies (Expire 6 years after approval date)
|Subject||#||Title (Credits)||Online||UM Subject||Catalog||Credits||Expires||Backpack|
|ARH||110||Art and Its Histories (4)||HISTART||100-level dept||4||06-03-25||Add|
|ARH||233||Art and Its Histories (4)||HISTART||200-level dept||4||06-03-25||Add|
|CSC||111||Introduction to Computer Science Through Programming (5)||ENGR
The course, CSC 111, is given in the programming language, Python, is not C/C++, and is given at a level that is roughly equivalent to ENGR 101. This course is ENGR 101x, can count for ENGR101 credit, but not as a pre-req for EECS 280.
|ENG||118||Colloquia in Writing (4)||ENGLISH
Sweetland Writing Center at UM says about Smith College, "Any First-Year Seminar designated WI (writing intensive)" counts. This is WI.
|FYS||150||Writing and Power in China (4)||HISTORY||100-level dept||4||06-03-25||Add|
|MTH||112||Calculus II ()||MATH
Appears to omit significant components, for example, parametric equations. For reevaluation requests, submit detailed topics list or exams directly to U-M Math Department.
|MTH||211||Linear Algebra ()||MATH
Appears to omit significant components such as the spectral theorem.
|MTH||212||Calculus III (4)||MATH||215||4||12-31-25||Add|