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Common Course Numbering System

Common Course Numbering System (CCNS)

The Wyoming Common Course Numbering System (CCNS) was developed in cooperation with the community colleges and the University of Wyoming to develop and maintain a common transfer process system that uses common course numbering for all undergraduate courses provided at the community colleges and the University of Wyoming. 

The development and ongoing maintenance of the statewide course numbering system, incuding determining course equivalencies, shall be accompilshed with the assistance of appropriate commitees that shall include faculty memebers and staff of the community colleges aned the University of Wyoming.

80% Rule Explained

Course content and principles need to be at least 80% similar to be considered an equivalent course. These courses are considered an equivalent.

University of Wyoming Example

ZOO 2450-Fish and Wildlife Management in the Anthropocene-Credits 4

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Cross Listed: ENR 2450

Prerequisite: LIFE 1010, LIFE 2022, and COM1

Northern Wyoming Community College District Example

ZOO 2450 Principles of Fish and Wildlife Management (3 credits) 

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Prerequisites 

BIOL 1010 General Biology I and one of the following: BIOL 2020 General Biology II or BIOL 2022 Animal Biology. 

Co-requisites 

None. 

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