UMM Courses with No Prerequisites

All of the courses on the following list are introductory courses which students may take as a first college class; they have no prerequisites. Some courses are offered in alternate semesters.

  • ACC 201 Financial Accounting
  • ANT 101 Cultural Anthropology
  • ART 101 Fundamentals of  Art: 2-D
  • ART 102 Fundamentals of  Art: 3-D
  • ASL 101 Introduction to American Sign Language
  • BIO 110 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
  • BIO 111 General Zoology
  • BIO 112 General Botany
  • BUS 111 Introduction to Business and Entrepreneurship
  • CHY 101 General Chemistry I
  • CMY 101 Introduction to Community Studies
  • CMY 110 Downeast Documentary
  • CSE 109 Topics in Computer Trends
  • CSE 110 Word Processing Applications
  • CSE 115 Business Spreadsheet Applications
  • DAN 106 Beginning Belly Dance
  • DAN 119 Swing Dance
  • ECO 112 Community Economics
  • GEO 101 Introduction to Geography
  • GEY 111 Physical Geology
  • GIS 230 Geographic Information Systems Applications I
  • HTY103 American History to 1865
  • HTY 115 World History to 1500
  • HTY 116 World History 1500 to Present
  • MAR 101 Marketing and Entrepreneurship
  • MUS 103: private lessons in voice, guitar, piano, ukulele, etc.
  • MUS 107: jazz combo, concert and pop band, etc.
  • MUS 115  Introduction to Music: Listening
  • MUS 119 Fundamentals of Music: Literacy
  • PHE 101: Semester-long activity classes such as fencing, yoga, etc.
  • PSY 102 Personal Growth
  • PSY 110 Introduction to Psychology
  • REM 110 Intro. to Environmental Tourism and Tourism Management
  • REM 121 Outdoor Leisure I
  • REM 124 Recreation Safety and First-aid
  • SOC 114 Introduction to Sociology
  • SPE 104 Public Speaking
  • THE 101 Introduction to  Theatre
  • THE 116 Play Production
  • VID 101 Video Production


English and mathematics courses are available to students having appropriate scores on the SAT, ACT, or UMM placement exam.

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