Jun 25, 2022  
2022-23 Catalog 
  
2022-23 Catalog

Interstate Passport


The Interstate Passport enables successful transfer of a block of lower-level general education learning to other institutions participating in the Interstate Passport Network. Students who complete their Passport at Western Wyoming Community College wil not be required to repeat or take additional coursework to meet lower division general education requirements in the Passport’s nine areas when the transfer to any other Passport institution. Western will begin transcriptingthe Interstate Passport following the Fall 2022 semester. Students with an interest in achieving the Passport should contact their advisor.

 

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

 

Western Experience


Requirements

        Students must take 1-2 credits from the list below:

Courses

 

Oral Communication


Requirements

Students must take 1 course (3 credit minimum) from the list below:

Courses

 

Written Communications


Requirements

Students must take 1 course (3 credit minimum) from the list below:

Courses

 

Quantitative Literacy


Requirements

Students must take 1 course (3-4 credits) from the list below:

Courses

 

Natural Sciences


Requirements

Students must either take 1 course from Group 1, or take 1 course each from Group 2 AND Group 3.

Groups and courses are listed below:

Group 1 - Combined Physical & Life Science 

Group 2 - Life Science

Group 3 - Physical Science

 

Human Cultures


Requirements

Students must take 1 course (3 credit minimum) from the list below:

Courses

 

Creative Expression


Requirements

        Students must take at least 3 credits from the list below:

Courses

Human Societies and the Individual


Requirements

        Students must take at least 3 credits from the list below:

Courses

Program Specific (Critical Thinking) Courses


Requirements

Students must take 1-2 courses (3-7 credits) from the list below.

Students should work with their advisor for preferred options.

Courses