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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|
|0701120111 ; 0701120112||Advanced Math A I ; Advanced Math A II (2 courses) ()||MATH
Advanced Math A I and Advanced Math A II (course numbers 0701120111 and 0701120112). The two courses in combination will transfer as both MATH 116 and 215.
|116 & 215||04-17-24||Add|
|Advanced Mathematics B II ()||MATH||200-level dept||12-31-26||Add|
|College Physics B1+Lab+ Engineering Mechanics B (3+1+3)||PHYSICS
Not enough coverage of the labs to get that credit also.
|140+240||3.5 + 3.5||01-04-25||Add|
|Comprehensive Course Design of Computer Science (.5)||Not Transferable
Not EECS 203. Maybe ask MATH for evaluation.
|Computing Method (2)||Not Transferable
Not EECS 203, even when combined with "Comprehensive Course Design of Computer Science".
|Geometry & Algebra (4)||MATH
Equivalency expired! Submit for reevaluation.
|Principle of Database (2)||Not Transferable
In order to evaluate this course, please submit additional course materials. Such as, a detailed syllabus, copies of exams and assignments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Programming & Algorithmic Language I and II (3.5)||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.