Oct 16, 2021  
2020-2021 Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


  

 

History: American

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History: World

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Health

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Information Technology Systems

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Kinesiology

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Library Media

The Teacher Librarian Minor is offered through the combined campuses of The University of Montana Western, Dillon (UMW) and The University of Montana, Missoula (UMM) Note: Course rotations may be subject to change; contact the department for specific course information. To apply for the Teacher Librarian Program on the Dillon and Missoula campuses, go to: https://w.umwestern.edu/admissions/

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Linguistics

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Literature

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Mathematics

NOTE: Credit for M 090  and M 095  is not applicable to graduation; credit may not count as part of load for financial aid purposes; credit may not count as part of load for eligibility purposes. Grades, honor/grade points, or credits for M 090  and M 095  are not used in calculation of the GPA.

All mathematics courses beyond M 095  satisfy the Mathematic General Education requirement

Math Proficiency Standards: Prerequisites for all 100-level Math courses is one of the following

  • M 095  grade C- or higher
  • C- or higher in any MATH or STAT 100 level (or higher course) except M 127  
  • Score of 22 or higher on the Math section of the ACT
  • Score of 520 or higher on the Math section of the SAT; Score of 22 or higher on new SAT.
  • Consent of instructor (c/i)
  • Students may be deemed proficient if they complete a Rigorous High School core including four years of mathematics, including Algebra I, Algebra II Geometry and one course beyond Algebra II

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