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University of Canterbury
Location: Christchurch, New Zealand
Conversion Scale: 15 there = 3.75 here, unless otherwise stated
General Notes: "1 or below" is below a "C" and therefore not transferable.
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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|
|BIOL||111||Cellular Biology and Biochemistry (15 points)||BIOLOGY||100-level dept||4||08-12-25||Add|
|CHEM||343||Materials Science and Nanotechnology (15)||See Notes
Should not be evaluated by MATSCIE.
|CHEM||343||Materials Science and Nanotechnology (15)||BIOMEDE
Can be counted towards a concentration elective for any of the BME tracks per rjpatt 7/18/18.
|COSC||121-16S1||Introduction to Computer Programming (15)||EECS
Not equivalent to EECS 280, & does not have any programming experience as a prerequisite. Not EECS 285 either.
|COSC||261||Formal Languages and Compilers (15)||EECS||300-level dept||3.75||02-01-24||Add|
|ECON||104||Introduction to Microeconomics (15 )||ECON||101||3.75||06-25-24||Add|
|ECON||105||Introduction to Macroeconomics (15)||ECON||102||3.75||06-25-24||Add|
|ENCE||361-17S1||Embedded Systems 1 (15)||See Notes
Possible EECS dept. credit. Need labs and at least the final exam (all exams preferred) for evaluation.
|ENCH||291||Mass and Energy Balances (15 )||CHE
4 units per ChE Department
|ENCH||296||Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (15)||CEE||230||3||04-09-24||Add|
|ENCH||296||Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (15)||CEE||230||3||04-06-24||Add|
|ENCH||296||Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (15)||Not Transferable to MECHENG
Not equivalent to MECHENG 235. All the cycles (power gas, vapour, refrigeration) are missing. No ME dept credit given.
|ENCH||392||Thermodynamics and Chemical Reaction Engineering (15 points)||CHE||300-level dept||3||08-12-25||Add|
|ENCN||231||Solid Mechanics (15)||MECHENG
4 credits per ME Dept.
|ENEL||270||Principles of Electronics and Devices (15)||EECS||311||3.75||01-09-23||Add|
|ENEL||280||Principles of Electrical Systems (15 )||EECS
Not equivalent to either EECS 463 or EECS 419. This can be departmental credit.
|ENEL||321||Control Systems (15)||EECS||460||3.75||02-21-23||Add|
|ENEL||373||Digital Electronics and Devices (15)||See Notes
EECS 300-level dept. credit (3.75) IF the student has not taken and will not take EECS 270 or EECS 370. Course overlaps with 270 (30%) & 370 (25%), but not enough to issue direct equivlancy. Note must be in students advising file to issue credit.
|ENEL||382-17S1||Electric Power and Machines (15)||EECS
Course covers parts of EECS 463 & EECS 419. Additional content as well. Would be equivalent to an EECS 498 "special topics" course, but can be transferred as EECS 400-level dept. credit. Consult with academic advisor regarding degree requirements.
|ENEL||422||Communications Engineering (15)||EECS||455||3.75||02-21-23||Add|
|ENEL||480||Electrical Power Systems (15)||EECS
As is, Dept credit can count as Flex Tech. Possible EECS 463. Submit materials for eval as that.
|ENEL||491-17S1||Nano Engineered Electronic Devices (15)||EECS
A substantial upper level EE course. We do not, however, offer a similar course at UM. Thus, this course would only count as FLEX TECH credit for EE majors.
|ENME||303||Control Engineering (15)||MECHENG
4 credits per ME Dept.
|ENME||203||Dynamics and Vibrations (15)||MECHENG
4 credits per ME Dept.
|ENME||207||Materials Science and Engineering (15)||MATSCIE||220 (or 250)||4||08-02-22||Add|
|ENME||307||Performance of Engineering Materials (15)||MATSCIE
Changed to dept credit 4-14-21.
|ENME||313||Electro Technology for Mechanical Engineers (3)||EECS||314||3.75||08-22-25||Add|
|FORE||111||Trees, Forests and the Environment (15)||ENVIRON||100-level dept||3.75||02-20-24||Add|
|GEOL||244||Structural Geology and Global Geophysics (15)||EARTH||351||3.75||03-14-24||Add|
|HIST||398||Elephants and Empires: An Environmental History of Ancient to Modern India (4)||HISTORY||300-level dept||3.75 SS||03-14-24||Add|
|MAOR||107 (or PACS 102)||Aotearoa: Introduction to Traditional Maori Society (15)||INTERHUM||300-level dept||3.75 HU||02-12-24||Add|
|MAOR||108||Aotearoa: Introduction to New Zealand Treaty Society (3.75)||INTERHUM||300-level dept||3.75 HU||07-11-24||Add|
|MAOR||172||Science, Maori and Indigenous Knowledge (15)||INTERHUM||300-level dept||3.75 HU||07-11-24||Add|
|MATH||201||Multivariable Calculus (15)||MATH||215||3.75||12-31-25||Add|
|MATH||202||Differential Equations (15)||MATH
Course may omit nonlinear systems and linearization of nonlinear systems. Cannot tell details on phase plane coverage.
|MATH||203||Linear Algebra (15)||MATH||214||3.75||12-31-25||Add|
|MATH||302||Partial Differential Equations (15 points)||MATH
Please submit additional materials, such as exams, homework, etc. to the Math Department for re-evaluation. https://prep.math.lsa.umich.edu/transfercredit/extinstfind
|PROD||110||Product Design Principles (15 points)||ARTDES||100-level dept||3.75||03-19-31||Add|
|RUS||130||Elementary Russian Language A (3.75)||RUSSIAN||100-level dept||3.75||06-01-23||Add|
|SOCI||111||Exploring Society (15 points)||SOC||200-level dept||3.75||03-04-31||Add|
|SPCO||126||Land Journeys and Ethics (15)||ENVIRON||200-level dept||3.75||02-19-24||Add|
|STAT||101||Statistics 1 (15)||Not Transferable to EECS
Course does not have substantial overlap with our probability course, EECS 301. Not transferable to EECS credit. It is likely that we would allow this course to count as FLEX TECH credits for EE majors.
|STAT||101||Statistics I (15 points)||STATS||100-level dept||3.75||08-13-25||Add|
|STAT||201||Applied Statistics (15)||Not Transferable to EECS
This is a statistics course. Not EECS 301 or EECS Dept. credit. While EECS 301 is a course on probability there is not much overlap between these two courses.
|STAT||221||Introduction to Statistical Computing Using R (15)||STATS||300-level dept||3.75||10-05-22||Add|
|STATS||221||Introduction to Statistical Computing Using R (15)||Not Transferable to EECS
This is a statistics course that appears to have little in common with EECS 301, which is a course on probability. We would accept this course as a Flexible Technical Elective for EE majors.