About the ICX Program
The University of Massachusetts is a collection of five highly ranked research universities: four undergraduate/graduate universities and a medical school. The UMass system has matured through the years and now enjoys joint programming, collaborative activity, and many common operations that connect our five campuses.
We have a track record of academic collaborations; examples include the Intercampus Graduate School of Marine Sciences, the MS/PhD in Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology, PhD in Nursing and dozens of individual faculty collaborations in teaching, research, and outreach.
Driven by the Covid-19 pandemic, a number of faculty requested intercampus course exchange be extended to a number of graduate and undergraduate courses. ICX is a response to that request. Each semester, certain courses will be selected at the department level on each campus and will be offered through the ICX so that UMass students on campuses other than the host campus will have the opportunity to enroll in the course.
When a student selects an ICX course, they will be notified that they must fill out the ICX registration form. The form must be signed by their advisor or graduate coordinator, by the department chair or appropriate person. The form goes to the host campus and is signed by the department chair and instructor of the course. If there are seats available, the student will be enrolled. A shadow course will be created on the student’s home campus allowing the credit to be added to the student’s transcript. The UMass registrars will ensure that proper credits are given to the student and that no charges incur from the host campus.
Fall 2021 Courses
|Course Title||Schedule/Time||Campus||Class Career||Subject||Catalog #||Section||Course Description||Enrollment Available||Enrollment Capacity||Instructor Name||Modality||Requirement|
|Advanced Highway Geometric Design (Recitation)||Wed 6:30-9:20||UMass Lowell||Graduate||Civil Engineering||5405-201 (13653)||Development of the principals of modern roadway design while addressing context specific design requirements and constraints.||10||20||Matthew Jasmin||In-person/Hybrid depending on conditions||CIVE.3400 Transportation Engineering, or Permission of Instructor|
|Advanced Statistical Methods||Tuesday 1:00-3:45||UMass Boston||Graduate||GERON GR||701||01||This course instructs students in advanced statistical topics and provides training in the use of corresponding computer methods.
|Qian Song||In-person/Hybrid depending on conditions||GERON604 or similar Stats II|
|ATMO.2140L.802 - Meteorology Analysis Lab||TuTh 03:30 PM - 04:20 PM||UMass Lowell||Environmental Science||Colby Jr, Frank P.||Virtual|
|ATMO.3080.202 - Synoptic Meteorology||TuTh 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM||UMass Lowell||Environmental Science||Colby Jr, Frank P.||Virtual|
|ATMO.4150.202 - Atmospheric Dynamics||TuTh 03:30 PM - 04:45 PM||UMass Lowell||Environmental Science||Barlow, Mathew||Virtual|
|ATMO.5010.201 - Boundary Layer Meteorology||W 06:30 PM - 09:20 PM||UMass Lowell||Environmental Science||OLN-312||Colby Jr, Frank P.||Online|
|ATMO.5010.202 - Boundary Layer Meteorology||W 06:30 PM - 09:20 PM||UMass Lowell||Environmental Science||Colby Jr, Frank P.||Virtual|
|Communication Theory||Thursday 6:30-9:30||UMass Lowell||Graduate||Electrical & Computer Engineering||EECE 5430||201||Information transmission and deterministic signals in time and frequency domains. Relationship between correlation and power or energy spectra. Statistical properties of noise. Spectral analysis and design of AM, FM and pulse modulation systems, continuous and discrete. AM, FM, and various pulse modulation methods, in the presence of noise. Digital modulation & demodulation technique.||30||Jay Weitzen||In-person/Hybrid depending on conditions||EECE 3620 Signals & Systems I and EECE 3630 Introduction to Probability and Random Processes|
|Elementary Italian I||Asynchronous||UMass Dartmouth||Undergraduate||Italian||020520||11235||Essentials of aural-oral, reading and writing usage with intensive drilling in pronunciation, intonation, and grammar. The modality of this class is asynchronous.||7||25||Rose Facchini||Virtual|
|Field Programmable Gate Arrays Logic Design||Thursday 6:30-9:30||UMass Lowell||Graduate||Electrical & Computer Engineering||EECE 5750||201||Advanced logic design techniques using field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), programmable logic devices, programmable array logic devices, and other forms of reconfigurable logic.||30||Jim Moran||In-person/Hybrid depending on conditions||Instructor Consent Required|
Contact Us about ICX
All questions on the ICX program should be directed to the Senior Executive Associate in the Office of Academic Affairs and Economic Development.
Office of Academic Affairs and Economic Development
University of Massachusetts President’s Office
One Beacon Street, 31st Floor
Boston, MA 02108