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Suggested Courses to Remove UNL Admission Deficiencies for Students who Graduated High School January 1997 or later

Table showing Units Required for Admission and Courses to Clear Deficiency
Units Required for Admission Courses to clear the deficiency [one community college course = one unit (year) of high school work]

English: 4 units
intensive reading & writing experience

  • ENGL 1010 English Composition I
  • ENGL 1020 Writing and Research
  • ENGL 2100 Intro to Literature
  • ENGL 2340 American Literature

Foreign Language: 2 units
in one language

  • SPAN 1020 Beginning Spanish II (some students may need to complete SPAN 1010 to prepare for SPAN 1020; 1020 is the course which will fulfill the UNL admission deficiency).
  • SPAN 1010 Beginning Spanish I
  • SPAN 1020 Beginning Spanish II

Mathematics: 4 units
Algebra I
Geometry
Algebra II
A fourth year that builds on algebra

  • Algebra I: MATH 1130-Elementary Algebra
  • Geometry (not available) [please contact UNL's Admissions Office for assistance in options.]
  • Algebra II: Math 1140 OR Math -Intermediate Algebra
  • Fourth Year Math (course that builds upon Algebra II): MATH 1150 - College Algebra OR MATH 1410 - Precalculus

Natural Sciences: 3 units
At least 2 from biology, chemistry, physics & earth sciences.
At least one lab

If you are deficient in a lab, you MUST take a science course that has a lab.

  • BIOS 1010 General Biology (has a lab)
  • CHEM 1050 Elements of Chemistry (has a lab)
  • CHEM 1090 General Chemistry I (has a lab)
  • HLTH 1470 Nutrition (does not have a lab)
  • PHYS 1100 Physical Science (has a lab)
  • PHYS 1410 General Physics I (has a lab)
  • BIOS 1060 Environmental Science (has a lab)
  • BIOS 2490 Principles of Microbiology (has a lab)
  • PHYS 1010 Earth Science (does not have a lab)

Social Sciences: 3 units
One or 2 units History AND 1 or 2 units American government, geography or one other social science

  • ANTH 1100 Introduction to Anthropology
  • ECON 2110 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECON 2120 Principles of Microeconomics
  • GEOG 1400 Cultural Geography
  • HIST 1000 Western Civilization to 1700
  • HIST 1010 Western Civilization after 1700
  • HIST 1700 World Civilizations to 1500
  • HIST 1710 World Civilizations after 1500
  • HIST 2010 American History to 1877
  • HIST 2020 American History after 1877
  • POLS 1000 American Government
  • POLS 1600 International Relations
  • PSYC 1810 Intro to Psychology
  • SOCI 1010 Intro to Sociology
  • SOCI 2010 Social Problems

Note: Your UNL college will determine whether or not courses used to meet admission requirements can also apply toward your UNL degree requirements.