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Nanjing Technology University
Location: Nanjing, Jiangsu, China
Evaluated Courses and UM Equivalencies (Expire 6 years after approval date)
|Subject||#||Title (Credits)||Online||UM Subject||Catalog||Credits||Expires||Backpack|
|CST||210173||Database Principle and Application Development (4)||EECS||200-level dept||4||07-22-26||Add|
|CST||210213||Assembly Language Programming (32)||ENGR
The course, CST 210213, is ENGR 101x, can count for ENGR101 credit, but not as a pre-req for EECS 280. The course covers the programming language Assembly Language, is not C/C++, and is given at a level that is roughly equivalent to ENGR 101.
|CST||210233||Numerial Methods (32)||EECS||200-level dept||3||09-09-26||Add|
|CST||210254||Data Structures and Algorithms (48)||EECS||200-level dept||4||09-09-26||Add|
|CST||210654||Basic Programming (4)||EECS||183||4||07-20-26||Add|
|CST||210663||Mobile Application Development (2)||EECS||200-level dept||2||01-18-31||Add|
|CST||210692||Advanced Programming (3)||EECS||183||3||07-20-26||Add|
|CST||300033||Introduction to Data Science (3)||ENGR||100-level dept||3||01-28-31||Add|
|CST||300034||Multimedia Technology and Application (3)||Not Transferable||01-18-31||Add|
|CST||300353||ACM Programming Contest (3)||Not Transferable||07-29-26||Add|
|EST||210073||Digital Circuit (3)||EECS||270||4||03-02-31||Add|
|Language Programming (C Language) (4)||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.
|MATH||Advanced Mathematics A-1 + A-2 ()||MATH||116||12-31-24||Add|
|MATH||Advanced Mathematics A-1 ()||MATH
For reevaluation requests, submit detailed topics list or exams directly to U-M Math Department.
|MATH||Advanced Mathematics A-2 + Mathematical Competition ()||MATH||215||12-31-24||Add|
|MATH||Advanced Mathematics A-2 ()||MATH
If taken with Mathematical Competition, then MATH 215. Provided information is insufficient to evaluate the course as equivalent to the University of Michigan mathematics course. Other information such as a detailed topic list or exams should be submitted. In particular, depth of coverage of the vector theorems of calculus is not clear, nor is coverage of cylindrical and spherical coordinates and Lagrange multipliers.
|MATH||Linear Algebra B ()||MATH
MATH 214 if taken prior Fall 2018. The material covered in the course omits significant components of the University of Michigan mathematics course.
|MATH||Mathematical Competition ()||MATH
If taken with Advanced Mathematics A-2, then MATH 215. This course is very advanced, and students who have taken this course should be placed by the Math department.
|MATH||210013||Linear Algebra A ()||MATH||214||12-31-24||Add|
|MATH||210033||Proability and Statistics ()||Not Transferable to MATH
For potential transfer credit, consider submitting this to the Department of Statistics.
|MATH||210173||Discrete Mathematics (4)||Not Transferable||07-26-26||Add|