NMC Transfer Guide

To: University of Michigan - Main Campus

Program: Program in the Environment (PITE)

The College of Literature, Science and the Arts (LS&A) now offers the Program in the Environment which is an interdisciplinary curriculum with a combination of natural science, social science and humanities. Students gain a broad understanding of the complexity of environmental programs as well as specific science-based skills with which to solve them. During the first two years, students complete coursework in the liberal arts and sciences and are introduced to natural resource areas such as ecology, policy and economics, management, planning and design, and human behavior. Students are prepared for careers as research scientists, policy makers, landscape architects, lawyers, educators and resource managers. The School of Natural Resources which previously offered an undergraduate degree now only offers graduate programs.

ADMISSION CRITERIA

  1. GPA - 3.6 and strong High School record if entering as Sophomore. 3.6 if entering as a Junior (54 credits)
  2. 2.0 or better grades required for transfer consideration
  3. Strength in Science and Math courses is important
  4. Program in the Environment Web page | LSA Transfer Web page
  5. For additional information contact:

Program in the Environment
204 Washtenaw Avenue
1120 Undergraduate Science Building
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2215
environment.program@umich.edu

BASIC REQUIREMENTS

The following courses are listed to facilitate transfer and fulfill distribution requirements at U of M. These courses may not fulfill requirements for the Associate of Arts or Science degree at NMC. If your goal is to complete an Associate degree before transferring, see an advisor for assistance.

Communications

Credits

ENG 111

English Composition

4

ENG 112

English Composition

4

Science/Math/Natural Sciences

Credits

BIO 115, 116

Cell, Plant, & Ecosystem Biology

4

BIO 116

Genetic, Evolution, Animal Biology

4

CHM 150

General Chemistry I

5

MTH 141

Calculus I

5

Social Science

Credits

ECO 202

Principles of Microeconomics

3

Additional Electives

For students who wish to transfer with Junior status (54 credits), additional courses can be chosen from the Distribution list as indicated

Click here to see the Distribution list

Northwestern Michigan College does not assume final responsibility for the accuracy of information on this guide. The final responsibility for the successful transfer of classes suggested on this guide rests with you and the institution you plan to transfer to. It is strongly recommended that you visit the institution as early in your academic career (prior to transfer) as possible.

Updated: Summer 2013

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