General Education

Western Wyoming Community College's General Education Program provides students with an opportunity to gain a wide variety of experiences in addition to their major courses. These experiences help prepare students for college, develop communication, writing, mathematics, teamwork skills, and gain foundational knowledge about the world and cultures around them. 

Western is part of the Interstate Passport Network and has aligned the general education standards with them. 

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Western's General Education Requirements and Courses. Courses with an * are available online.

COMM 1030 - Interpersonal Communication*

COMM 2010 - Public Speaking*

COMM 2090 - Introduction to Persuasion*

MGT 3410 - Supervisory and Employee Communication*

ENGL 1010 - English Composition I*

BADM 3010 - Business and Professional Writing*

MATH 1000 - Problem Solving*

MATH 1100 - Number & Operations for Elementary School Teachers*

MATH 1400 - College Algebra*

MATH 1405 - Trigonometry*

MATH 1450 - Algebra and Trigonometry

MATH 2200 - Calculus I*

MATH 2350 - Business Calculus*

ART 2145 - Digital Photography I*

ART 2210 - Painting I

ART 2410 - Ceramics I

DANC 1450 - Beginning Tap Dance*

DANC 1480 - Beginning Jazz Dance* 

ENGL 2040 - Creative Writing*

ENGL 2050 - Creative Writing: Prose I*

ENGL 2080 - Creative Writing: Poetry I*

ES 1070 - Solid Modeling I

KIN 1110 - Exploring Mindbody Movement

THEA 1100 - Acting I

 

ANTH 1200 - Intro. to Cultural Anthropology*

ART 2010 - Art History I*

ASL 1200 - American Sign Lang. I

CRMJ 1001 - Intro. to Criminal Justice*

ECON 1010 - Macroeconomics*

ENGL 2250 - Women in Literature*

ENGL 2340 - Native American Literature*

G&R 1050 - Intro. to Natural Resources*

POLS 1200 - Non-Western Political Cultures

PSYC 1000 - General Psychology*

SOC 1000 - Sociological Principles*

SOWK 2000 - Introduction to Social Work*

SPAN 1010 - First Year Spanish I*

SPAN 1020 - First Year Spanish II*

THEA 2010 - Theatrical Backgrounds Drama I*

HIST 1211 - US to 1865*

HIST 1221 - US from 1865*

HIST 1251 - Wyoming History*

POLS 1000 - American & Wyoming Government*

POLS 1100 - Wyoming Government*

Science Groups Courses
Group 1: Natural Science Courses

BIOL 1003 - Current Issues in Biology

BIOL 1006 - Biology for Non-Stem Majors*

Group 2: Life Science Courses

BIOL 1010 - General Biology

Group 3: Physical Science Courses

CHEM 1000 - Introductory Chemistry*

CHEM 1020 - General Chemistry

GEOL 1100 - Physical Geology*

PHYS 1050 - Concepts of Physics

PHYS 1110 - General Physics

PHYS 1310 - College Physics

 

ACCT 2010 - Principles of Accounting I*

ART 2020 - Art History II*

CHEM 1030 - General Chemistry II

CRMJ 2400 - Criminology*

EDFD 1101 - Intro to Education*

ENGL 1020 - English Composition II*

ENGL 2005 - Writing in Technology and the Sciences*

ENGL 2019 - Writing Studies*

ES 1060 - Intro to Engineering Computing

HLED 1003 - Wellness*

HLED 1140 - Nutrition*

KIN 1009 - Applied Fitness

KIN 2130 - Fundamentals of Exercise Science

STAT 2010 - Business Statistics*

STAT 2050 - Fundamentals of Statistics*

STAT 2070 - Statistics for Social Science*

THEA 2790 - Stage Management

CMAP 1530 - Excel Basics*

CMAP 1700 - Word Processing Basics*

CMAP 1886 - Microsoft Outlook*

ES 1000 - Orientation to Engineering Study

HMDV 1005 - First Year Success*

PEAC 1287 - Rock Climbing I 

PEAC 1308 - Hike & Fish

PEAC 1309 - Hike-Camp-Fish

PEAC 1387 - Indoor Rock Climbing 

Multidisciplinary or General Studies Degree

The general studies degree is designed for students who have not yet decided on a major or would like a specialized degree plan to fit their specific academic and career goals.

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English Department

Western's English department can assist students who are looking to pursue an English degree, who have questions about English courses or pre-requisites, or would like information on professional or collegiate experiences. 

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Language Department

Western's Foreign Language department can assist students who are looking to pursue a language degree, who have questions about language courses or pre-requisites, or would like information on professional or collegiate experiences. 

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Mathematics Department

Western's Mathematics department can assist students who are looking to pursue a math degree, who have questions about math courses or pre-requisites, or would like information on professional or collegiate experiences. 

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Have we answered your questions?  If not, please see our Mustang Success staff in Room A212 at the Rock Springs Campus or call 307-382-1660 for more information.

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