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Saint Louis Community College - Forest Park - (St. Louis -- ***)
Location: Forest Park, MO
Conversion Scale: Semester System
General Notes: Includes the other branches too on this page.
Evaluated Courses and UM Equivalencies (Expire 6 years after approval date)
|Subject||#||Title (Credits)||Online||UM Subject||Catalog||Credits||Expires||Backpack|
|ENG||102||College Composition II (3)||ENGLISH||125||3||01-16-24||Add|
|ESC||100||Engineering Computer Applications and Design (3)||ENGR
Course in Matlab. Missing C++. Recommendation to CPA to count as ENGR 101, but not as a prerequisite for EECS 280. Not recommended as ENGR 101 for EECS students. Students should consult w/ their program advisor regarding degree requirements.
|ESC||101||Scientific Computer Programming (3)||EECS
Course in C++. Credit for only one: EECS 183 or ENGR 101. This course has no Matlab. Check with your program advisor about attending an online or on-campus Matlab tutorial before enrolling in courses that assume knowledge of Matlab.
|ESC||200||Engineering Circuits I (4 )||EECS||215||4||07-27-24||Add|
|MTH||210||Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (5)||MATH
Omits significant components, for example, appears to omit the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus in applied contexts.
|MTH||215||Linear Algebra (3)||MATH
Only MATH 200-level dept. (3) at the Florissant Valley campus as of 12/2/19; the material covered in the course omits significant components of the University of Michigan mathematics course.
|MTH||220||Analytical Geometry and Calculus II (5)||MATH||116||4||05-24-22||Add|
|MTH||230||Analytic Geometry and Calculus 3 (5)||MATH
Only MATH 200-level dept. (4) at the Wildwood campus as of 12/2/19; provided information was insufficient to evaluate as equivalent to MATH 215. Other information such as a detailed topic list or exams should be submitted.
|MTH||240||Differential Equations (3)||MATH
Omits significant components, for example, appears to omit analysis of, linearization of, and phase plane analysis of autonomous nonlinear systems. For reevaluation requests, submit detailed topic list or exams directly to U-M Math Department.