Note: Courses that fulfill ULWR, RE, and QR can also count toward distribution if approved and not from the department of your major, e.g. PHY 111 counts for QR and Natural Science.
|LSA Requirement||Bay Mills courses that fulfill the requirement|
|First Year Writing (FYWR)||If you take ENG 111 and 112 you can submit them for evaluation.|
|Upper Level Writing (ULWR)||Must take at U-M|
|Race & Ethnicity (RE)||Take at U-M|
|Quantitative Reasoning (QR)||Currently no classes approved|
|Language: Achieve 4th term proficiency through course completion or placement exam||
The following language courses also transfer, but you will have to take a placement exam to determine where you would start the language sequence after you transfer.
Completing lower level language courses does not guarantee placement at U-M. If you want to continue the study of a language you will take a placement exam before registration. The results of the placement exam will determine where you begin language study.
Total of 30 credits in two parts: Part I = 21 credits and Part II = 9 credits.
Note: Courses from the department of your major cannot count for distribution. If a course transfers into the department of your major it cannot be used for distribution. For example, an English major will have to fulfill Humanities distribution with courses outside the English department.
Complete 7 credits in all 3 areas (HU,NS,SS) for a total of 21 credits
|LSA Requirement||Delta courses that count for the distribution area|
Humanities (HU): 7 credits
7 credits are required to fulfill the Humanities Area Distribution in Part I for graduation.
|English (EN): 225
History (HS): 109, 110
Humanities (HU): 116, 122
Native American (NA): 113, 122, 123, 125, 131, 213, 225
Natural Science (NS): 7 credits
7 credits are required to fulfill the Natural Science Area Distribution in Part I for graduation.
|Biology (BI): 101, 107, 110, 221, 222, 225
Chemistry (CH): 104, 110, 131
Natural Science (NS): 101, 103, 107
Physical Sciences (PS): 112
Social Science (SS): 7 credits
7 credits are required to fulfill the Social Science Area Distribution in Part I for graduation.
|Business (BU): 108, 109
Geography (GE): 105
History (HS): 105, 106, 212
Native American (NA): 132, 219, 305
Psychology (PY): 101, 205, 208, 214
Sociology (SO): 103, 106, 204, 206, 209, 212
Complete 3 credits each in 3 of the following areas (HU, NS, SS, MSA, CE, ID) for a total of 9 credits. For example: 3 credits in HU, 3 credits in MSA, and 3 credits in CE.
|LSA Requirement||Bay Mills courses that count for the distribution area|
|Humanities (HU)||Complete additional 3 credits from HU list in Part I|
|Natural Science (NS)||Complete additional 3 credits from NS list in Part I|
|Social Science (SS)||Complete additional 3 credits from SS list in Part I|
|Mathematical & Symbolic Analysis (MSA)Currently no classes approved||Currently no classes approved|
|Creative Expression (CE)||English (EN): 206
Native American Studies (NA): 117, 136, 154, 155
|Interdisciplinary (ID)||Currently no classes approved|
The following courses transfer but do not fulfill any specific general degree requirement.
|Elective Credit|| Agicultural Science (AG): 110
Geography (GE): 201
History (HS): 202
Journalism (JR): 110
Native American Studies (NA): 112
Native Language (NL): 101, 102, 103
Natural Science (NS): 114, 116
Psychology (PY): 405
Science (SI): 105
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