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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
APSC 160 Introduction to Computation in Engineering Design (3) Not Transferable
Equivalency expired! Submit for reevaluation.
05-26-16 Add
APSC 201 Technical Communication (3) TCHNCLCM
Equivalency expired! Submit for reevaluation.
200-level dept 3 08-11-17 Add
CPSC 103 Introduction to Systematic program Design (3) EECS
This course is ENGR 101x, can count for ENGR101 credit, but not as a pre-req for EECS 280.
100-level dept 3 08-11-25 Add
CPSC 110 Computation, Programs and Programming (4) ENGR
This course can count for ENGR 101 credit, but not as a pre-req for EECS 280. The course covers the programming language Racket at a level that is roughly equivalent to ENGR 101.
100-level dept 4 05-12-26 Add
CPSC 121 Models of computation (4) Not Transferable 07-02-31 Add
CPSC 210 Software Construction (4) ENGR
This does not satisfy the prerequisite requirement for EECS 280. Not recommended as ENGR 101 for EECS students. Students should consult w/ their program advisor regarding degree requirements. Check with your program advisor about attending an online or on-campus Matlab tutorial before enrolling in courses that assume knowledge of Matlab.
100-level dept 4 02-11-31 Add
CPSC 210 Software Construction (4) ENGR
The course covers programming in Java, but not C/C++ or Matlab, and is given at a level that is roughly equivalent to ENGR 101. Approved for ENGR 101x, which can count toward the general ENGR 101, but not as a prerequisite for EECS 280. Check with your program advisor before enrolling in courses that assume knowledge of Matlab.
100-level dept 4 07-27-31 Add
CPSC 213 Introduction to computer systems (4) Not Transferable
Not transferable to EECS.
06-18-31 Add
CPSC 221 Basic algorithms and data structures (4) EECS
No pre-evaluation for U-M EECS 280 or EECS 281. AFTER taking the course, CURRENT students may request evaluation. The evaluation will involve an interview, test, and/or programming assignment (note that equivalence is rarely granted). Contact ugadmin@eecs.umich.edu for more information on that procedure.
200-level dept 4 07-08-31 Add
ENGL 112 Strategies for University Writing (3) Not Transferable
Equivalency expired! Submit for reevaluation.
05-26-16 Add
MATH 100 Differential Calculus with Applications to Physical Sciences & Engineering (3) MATH
MATH 115 if taken prior to 5/26/16. Updated to MATH 100-level dept. Appears to omit significant components such as does not cover integration.
100-level dept 3 12-31-25 Add
MATH 101 Integral Calculus with Applications to Physical Sciences & Engineering (3) MATH
MATH 116 if taken prior to 5/26/16. Updated to MATH 100-level dept. Appears to omit significant components such as does not cover calculus with parametric functions and polar coordinates.
100-level dept 3 12-31-24 Add
MATH 104 Differential Calculus with Applications to Commerce and Social Sciences () MATH 100-level dept 12-31-25 Add
MATH 152 Linear Systems (3) MATH
Not MATH 214. Missing Spectral Theorem.
200-level dept 3 12-31-25 Add
MATH 200 Calculus III (3) MATH
With MATH 317, can be MATH 215 (4) at Michigan.
200-level dept 3 12-31-26 Add
MATH 215 Elementary Differential Equations I (3) MATH 216 3 12-31-24 Add
MATH 220 Mathematical Proof (3) MATH
Looks like EECS 203, but missing several topics. Submit materials (syllabi, past exams, homeworks, etc.) for possible re-evaluation.
200-level dept 3 12-31-26 Add
MATH 221 Matrix Algebra (3) MATH
The material covered in the course omits significant components of Michigan's MATH 214. For example, the provided materials indicate that the course does not cover the spectral theorem for symmetric matrices.
200-level dept 3 12-31-26 Add
MATH 226 + 317 Advanced Calculus I + Calculus IV () MATH 285 12-31-24 Add
MATH 253 Multivariable Calculus (3) MATH
MATH 215 if taken prior to 5/26/16. Updated to MATH 200-level dept. The course appears to omit significant components such as line integrals, surface integrals, and the theorems of Green, Stokes, and Gauss (Divergence).
200-level dept 3 12-31-24 Add
MATH 256 Differential Equations (3) MATH
MATH 216 if taken prior to 5/26/16. Updated to MATH 200-level dept. The course appears to omit significant components such as the eigenvalue method for solving linear constant coefficient systems and analysis of, linearization of, and phase plane analysis of autonomous nonlinear systems.
200-level dept 3 12-31-24 Add
MATH 302 Introduction to Probability (3) MATH 425 3 12-31-26 Add
MATH 307 Applied Linear Algebra (3) MATH 214 3 12-31-26 Add
MATH 316 Elementary Differential Equations II (3) MATH 316 3 12-31-26 Add
MATH 317 Calculus IV (3) MATH
With MATH 200, can be MATH 215 (4) at Michigan.
200-level dept 3 12-31-26 Add
PHYS 118 Electricity, Light and Radiation (3) Not Transferable 11-14-25 Add
PHYS 170 Mechanics I (3) PHYSICS
Equivalency expired! Submit for reevaluation.
140 3 05-26-16 Add

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