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 who are highly talented in mathematics. Students spend up to five years taking UMTYMP math courses on the University campus, starting with algebra and continuing through linear algebra and vector analysis.
As the six UMTYMP math courses do not have direct equivalencies to the lower-division math requirements, they are accepted in lieu of these requirements in the Math major and minor programs as follows:
- MATH 1471 + MATH 1472 => MATH 1271/1371 Calculus I + MATH 1272/1372 Calculus II
- MATH 1473 + 2471 => MATH 2243/2373 Linear Algebra & Differential Equations
- MATH 2472 + 2473 => MATH 2263/2374 Multivariable Calculus
Completion of the entire six-course UMTYMP sequence results in course waiver for MATH 2283.
NOTE: MATH 2471 => MATH 2142 Linear Algebra