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HIgh School Preparation

High school course deficiencyUMD Courses used to meet high school deficiencies
1 Year EnglishOne of the following courses: any 1xxx or 2xxx Engl course or COMM 1112 -- Public Speaking or COMM 1600 -- Argumentation and Debate: A Practical Approach
2 Year EnglishTwo of the following courses: any 1xxx or 2xxx Engl course or COMM 1112 -- Public Speaking or COMM 1600 -- Argumentation and Debate: A Practical Approach
3 Year EnglishSSP 1052 -- College Writing Strategies (determined by ACT score and advisement) is required and 2 courses from 1xxx-level English or COMM 1112 -- Pubic Speaking or COMM 1600 -- Argumentaion and Debate: A Practical Approach
4 Year EnglishSSP 1052 --College Writing Strategies (determined by ACT score and advisement) and SSP 1054 -- Learning Strategies are required and two 1xxx level courses from English or COMM 1112 -- Public Speaking or COMM 1600 -- Arugmentation and Debate: A Practical Approach
GeometryBecause UMD does not offer a course in Geometry, this requirement is not enforced. However, students are still required to fulfill the four-year HS Preparation Math requirement or STAT 1411 -- Introduction to Statistics or STAT 2411 -- Statistical Methods
Elementary AlgebraMath 1005--College Algebra
Intermediate AlgebraMath 1024 -- Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics or MATH 1160 -- Finite Mathematics and Introduction to Calculus or MATH 1250 -- Precalculus Analysis or Stat 1411 -- Introduction to Statistics or Stat 2411 -- Statistical Methods
Advanced Algebra or HigherMATH 1160 -- Finite Mathematics and Introduction to Calculus or MATH 1250 -- Precalculus Analysis or STAT 1411 -- Introduction to Statistics or STAT 2411 -- Statistical Methods
1 Year Biological ScienceBIOL 1001--Biology and Society or BIOL 1011--General Biology
1 Year Physical ScienceOne course or following course pairs: CHEM 1103/1104 -- Aspects of Chemistry (with lab) or CHEM 1113 -- Introduction to General, Organic and Biological Chemistry I (with lab) or CHEM 1153/1155 -- General Chemistry or CHEM 2212 -- Environmental Chemistry or GEOG 1414 -- Physical Geography or GEOL 1110 -- Geology and Earth Systems or GEOL 1130 -- Introduction to Environmental Science or PHYS 1001 -- Introduction to Physics I or PHYS 2013/2014 -- General Physics I
1 Year ScienceLiberal Education Program, Category Natural Sciences. Course chosen MUST be one with a lab component.
United States HistoryHIST 1304 -- U.S. History Part 1 or HIST 1305 -- U.S. History Part 2 or HIST 2355 -- United States Military History or HIST 2357 -- Women and American History
GeographyOne of the following courses: GEOG 1202 -- World Regional Geography or GEOG 1304 -- Human Geography or GEOG 1414 -- Physical Geography or GEOG 2305 -- Geography of Cultural Diversity or GEOG 2306 -- Environmental Conservation or GEOG 2313 -- Economic Geography or GEOG 2360 -- Geography of Religion or GEOG 2552 -- Introduction to Maps and Geospatial Information
1 Year Social Studies (One year social studies, including Social Science (not U.S. history)One 1xxx- or 2xxx-level course in Liberal Education Program, Category Social Sciences (non-Geography)
2 Year Social StudiesDiscuss course options with your collegiate adviser for specific category recommendations which then must receive approval from your college Dean.
1 Year Second LanguageSecond semester of a second language. The languages offered at UMD are: Ojibwe; American Sign Language; Chinese; French; German; Russian; Spanish
2 Year Second LanguageFirst and second semesters of a second language. The languages offered at UMD are: Ojibwe; American Sign Language; Chinese; French; German; Russian; Spanish
1 Year Visual or Performing ArtsOne course from Liberal Education Program Category Fine Arts.

Important Dates

Academics

Fri, Jul 2, 2021 First 7-week summer session last day of classes
Fri, Jul 2, 2021 First half summer session last day of classes
Tue, Jul 6, 2021 Second half summer sessions begin