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Mira Costa College
Location: Oceanside, CA
Evaluated Courses and UM Equivalencies (Expire 6 years after approval date)
|Subject||#||Title (Credits)||Online||UM Subject||Catalog||Credits||Expires||Backpack|
|CS||111||Intro to Computer Science I: JAVA (3)||ENGR
Course in Java. Missing C++ & Matlab. Student should learn those independently. Can count as ENGR 101 for non-EECS students. Not a good prerequisite for EECS 280.
|CS||112||Intro to Computer Science II: JAVA (3)||EECS||285||2||03-22-22||Add|
|CS||113||Basic Data Structures and Algorithms (3)||ENGR
Course in Java. Missing C++ & Matlab. 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.
|CS||220||Computer Arch & Assembly Language (3)||Not Transferable
Covers a bit of several EECS classes, but not enough to be given credit for any of them. Doesn't go into any with the same depth of our classes.
|MATH||150||Calculus and Analytic Geometry I ()||MATH
Not MATH 115. Missing Fundamental Theorem of Calculus in an applied context.
|MATH||155||Calculus and Analytical Geometry II ()||MATH
The material covered in the course omits significant components of the University of Michigan mathematics course. For example, this course does not cover volumes of revolution by slicing. Note that the combination of this course together with Math 150 has been approved as Math 116.
|MATH||226||Discrete Mathematics (4)||EECS
The class is lacking coverage of growth-of-functions (big-Oh etc.) and algorithms. Student should learn on own. Carefully read chapter 3 of "Rosen" (Discrete Mathematics and it's Applications) before taking EECS 281 or 376.
|MATH||260||Calculus and Analytic Geometry III (4)||MATH||215||4||12-31-25||Add|
|MATH||265||Differential Equations (4)||MATH
Not MATH 216. The material covered in the course omits significant components of the University of Michigan mathematics course. It is not clear if phase plane analysis of linear systems is covered, and analysis of, linearization of, and phase plane analysis of autonomous nonlinear systems is incomplete or not present.