Interstate Passport

After Western, transferring just got a whole lot simpler!

 

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Western Wyoming Community College participates int he Interstate Passport Network. This network of accredited institutions provides a seamelss transfer of the general education block between it's members. Student who complete their Passport at Western will not be requred to repeat or take additional course work to meet lower division general education requirements in the Passport's nine areas when they transfer to any other Passport institution. 

Students can transfer seamlessly to any 4-year college within the program, saving time and money. Below are a few nearby: 

  • University of Wyoming
  • Weber State University
  • Utah Valley University
  • Utah State
  • The University of Utah
  • Southern Utah University
  • Snow College
  • Dixie State University 

Prefer to go to Hawaii for a change of pace? There are over 67 member institutions in 21 states partnered through Interstate Passport.

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Western Passport Requirements

The Interstate Passport is considered complete when a student has achieved a C or better in one of the options for each of the nine learning outcome areas. 

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 1105 - Data, Probablility, and Algebra for Elementary School Teachers

MATH 1400 - College Algebra

MATH 1405 - Trigonometry

MATH 2200 - Calculus I

MATH 2205 - Calculus II

MATH 2350 - Business Calculus

ART 2145 - Digital Photopraphy 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

ES 1070 - Solid Modeling I

THEA 1100 - Acting I

 

ANTH 1200 - Intro. to Cultural Anthropology

ART 2020 - Art History II

ASL 1200 - American Sign Lang. I

CRMJ 1001 - Intro. to Criminal Justice

ECON 1010 - Macroeconomics

ENGL 2250 - Women in Literature

ENLG 2340 - Native American Literature

G&R 1050 - Intro. to Natural Resources

MUSC 1000 - Into. to Music

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

POSLS 1100 - Wyoming Government

Science Groups Courses
Group 1: Natural Science Courses

BIOL 1002 - Discovering Science

Group 2: Life Science Courses

BIOL 1003 - Current Issues in Biology

BIOL 1006 - Biology for Non-Stem Majors

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 2010 - Art History I

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 1140 - Nutrition

KIN 1009 - Applied Fitness

KIN 2130 - Fundamentals of Excercise Science

STAT 2010 - Business Statistics

STAT 2050 - Fundamentals of Statistics

STAT 2070 - Statistics for Social Science

THEA 2790 - Stage Management

 

 

 

ES 1000 - Orientation to Engineering Study

HMDV 1005 - First Year Success

PEAC 1297 - Whitewater Rafting I

PEAC 1298 - Snowshoeing

PEAC 1308 - Hike & Fish

PEAC 1309 - Hike-Camp-Fish

PEAC 1387 - Indoor Rock Climbing 

 

For details on these courses, view our section on the Interstate Passport website. To speak to an Advisor, please contact mustangcentral@westernwyoming.edu or call 800-226-1181 to schedule an appointment online or in-person. 

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