UMTYMP Math Courses
The University of Minnesota Talented Youth Mathematics Program (UMTYMP, pronounced "um-tee-ump") is one of the nation's premier accelerated programs for high-school students highly talented in mathematics.
Meeting Math major and minor requirements
The six UMTYMP Math courses do not have direct equivalencies to the lower-division math requirements. However, they are accepted in lieu of the following requirements in the Math major and minor programs.
UMTYMP course combinations |
Requirement met |
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MATH 1471 + MATH 1472 |
Calculus I (MATH 1271/1371) + Calculus II (MATH 1272/1372) |
MATH 1473 + 2471 |
Linear Algebra & Differential Equations (MATH 2243/2373) |
MATH 2472 + 2473 |
Multivariable Calculus (MATH 2263/2374) |
Six-course UMTYMP sequence |
Course waiver for the Sequences, Series, and Foundations course (but does not satisfy the writing intensive component) |
For programs that only require linear algebra and not differential equations, the UMTYMP course MATH 2471 could be accepted in lieu of Linear Algebra (MATH 2142).