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Georgia Highlands College
Location: Rome, GA
Evaluated Courses and UM Equivalencies (Expire 6 years after approval date)
|Subject||#||Title (Credits)||Online||UM Subject||Catalog||Credits||Expires||Backpack|
|CSCI||1301||Principles of Computer Science I (3)||ENGR
The course, CSCI 1301, is given in the programming language, Java, 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
|ENGL||1101||English Composition I (3)||Not Transferable
See ENGL 1102
|ENGL||1102||English Composition II (3)||ENGLISH
ENGL 1101 + 1102 = ENGLISH 125
|MATH||2261||Calculus I (4)||MATH
Provided information is insufficient to evaluate the course as equivalent to Michigan's MATH 115. Other information such as a detailed topic list or exams should be submitted. For example, it is unclear whether the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus is covered in applied contexts.
|MATH||2262||Calculus II (4)||MATH
The material covered in the course omits significant components of Michigan's MATH 116. For example, this course does not cover calculus with parametric equations and polar coordinates.
|MATH||2263||Calculus III (4)||MATH
The material covered in the course potentially omits significant components of Michigan's MATH 215. For example, the provided materials indicate that the course does not always cover line integrals, surface integrals, and the theorems of Green, Stokes, and Gauss (Divergence).
|MATH||2310||Differential Equations (4)||MATH
The material covered in the course omits significant components of Michigan's differential equations curriculum. In particular, Laplace transforms are omitted from the course material, which are required for MATH 216 or 316 equivalency. Series solutions are also required for MATH 316 equivalency.