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Interstate Passport

Interstate Passport is a new way for students to transfer courses from one institution to another. By earning a Passport, your lower-division general education courses will transfer as a block, rather than individually, to other Network member institutions where they will meet all or nearly all of the receiving school’s lower-division general education requirements.

 

Students who complete thier Passport will not be required to repeat or take additional course work to meet lower division general education requirements in the Passport's nine areas when they tranfer to any other Passport institution. Click here to find more information on the Interstate Passport.

A university education is grounded in a broad understanding of human knowledge developed through a range of courses and co-curricular activities, the most important of which at the University of Wyoming is the University Studies Program. From general studies, the specialized knowledge of a major evolves. These two components of an education are complementary, enhancing one another throughout a student's career.

The University Studies Program ensures that each student's program includes the elements essential to a lifetime of personal and professional growth: habits of mind, practices of active citizenship, and development of intellectual skills.

The University Studies Program requires students to develop skills necessary for full participation in a technologically complicated world.  These include the ability to express oneself in speech and writing, to locate, evaluate, and effectively use information, and to examine problems from quantitative, qualitative, and scientific perspectives. University Studies encourages students to become active citizens in a diverse democracy. Through multi-and inter-disciplinary inquiry, students gain the perspectives necessary to deal with complex issues, appreciate the viewpoints of others, function effectively in multicultural communities, understand the responsibility to participate in democratic society, and communicate clearly in a civic environment.

The University Studies Program assesses student achievement (summative assessment) and program effectiveness (formative assessment) by identifying, then measuring specific program outcomes over time.

While the University Studies Program is designed to serve students, it also offers innovative opportunities for growth to faculty members, departments, colleges, and the university as a whole. Indeed, ongoing faculty development and curricular modification play a key role in a vigorous general studies program.

  Students must successfully complete one course from the following list with a "C" or better.

Courses in Oral Communication
Required Online Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
AAST 2240 Introduction to African Studies
AAST 2360 African American History
AAST 2450 Traditional African Religions
ANTH 2000 Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology
COJO 2010 Public Speaking
COJO 2090 Persuasive Arguments
ECON 2400 Economics of the Environment
ENGL 2005 Technical Writing in the Sciences
ENGL 2015 Composition & Rhetoric II
ENGL 2020 Introduction to Literature
ENGL 2025 Introduction to English Studies
ENGL 2030 Critical Reading and Writing
ENGL 2035 Writing for Public Forums
ENR 2000 Environment and Society
ERS 2500 Communication Across Topics in Energy Resources
FCSC 2170 Clothing and Modern Society
FCSC 2200 Professionalism and Communication in Family and Consumer Sciences
GEOL 2220 Communicating Earth Science
HIST 2360 African American History
HP 2020 Freshman Colloquium II
INST 2240 Introduction to African Studies
INST 2250 Introduction to Latin American Studies
INST 2280 Introduction to European Studies
LANG 2040 Advanced Academic Writing for International Students
LANG 2150 Magna: History & Culture
POLS 2200 Politics of Europe
RELI 2200 Contemporary American Religion
RELI 2320 History of Islam
RELI 2450 Traditional African Religions
UWYO 1600 Veterans Transition Course
WMST 2500 Gender and Society

 Required: FYS 1000, First-Year Seminar

 Students must successfully complete one course from the following list with a "C" or better.

List 1
Courses in List 1
Required Online Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
AAST 1101 African Americans in the Equality State
AECL 1101 Pest, Plagues, and Plants
AGEC 1101 Public (mis)perceptions of Agriculture
AMST 1101 Cultures of College
ANSC 1101 Beyond Cowboys & Critters. The Science of Animal Agriculture
ANTH 1101 Anthropology of Monsters
ANTH 1101 Hoaxes, Myths, and Charlatans in Archeology
ART 1101 Build Your Own Camera
ART 1101 Reading Tex(tiles): Exploring Fabric as a Vehicle for Communication
ASTR 1050 Survey of Astronomy
ATSC 1101 Weather, Climate, and Global Change
BOT 1101 Paleontology's Great Debate
BUSN 1101 Decision Making in Business
CHEM 1000 Introductory Chemistry
CHEM 1020 General Chemistry I
CHEM 1030 General Chemistry II
CHEM 1050 Advanced General Chemistry I
CHIN 1101 A Taste of China: Travel, Food, and Culture
CNSL 1101 E.P.I.C. Leadership
COJO 1101 Small Group Communication
COJO 1101 Trending Now: Media Literacy in the 21st Century
COJO 1101 Understanding Human Communication
COSC 1101 The Beauty and Joy of Computing
ECON 1101 Viking Economics
EDEC 1101 Borders, Barriers, and Bridges: Creating Community Across Global Issues
EDEC 1101 The Power of the Play
EDSE 1101 Superheroes, Stan Lee, and Studying for Success: What Does Popular Culture Have to do with Research?
EDST 1101 The Citizen Factory: Schooling and Democracy in the U.S.
EDST 1101 Fight the Power: Diversity and Social Justice
EE 1101 Bits & Bytes: A Taste of Electronics
ENGL 1010 College Composition and Rhetoric
ENGL 1101 Conceptualizing Adulthood & Adolescence in 21st Century America
ENGL 1101 Film Genre Study
ENGL 1101 Night of the Living Film: Zombies, Living Dead, Walkers…Humans
ENGL 1101 Video Game Theory
ENR 1101 Climate Change: Thinking Like a Planet
ENR 1101 Thinking Like a Mountain: Environmental Problems, Interdisciplinary Solutions
ERS 1101 Energy, Environment, and Economics
ES 1101 Introduction to Engineering Study
ESL 1210 English Composition for International Students
FCSC 1101 Building Connections Between Human and Environmental Health
FCSC 1101 People, Place, Profit and Policy: Sustainability and Well-Being in the Built Environment
FDSC 1101 Feeding the Planet: Mankind's Greatest Challenge
GEOL 1101 Surviving the Apocalypse: The Geography of Natural Disasters
GEOL 1101 Man and Geology: The Control of Nature
GEOL 1101 Water Planet
HLSC 1101 Aging in America
HP 1020 Freshman Colloquium I
INST 1101 Society and the Outsider
INST 1101 Viking Economics
ITEC 1101 Are You Naked Online? Taking Control of Your Digital Image
ITEC 1101 Making, Hacking, and Tinkering: Creating in the Modern World
KIN 1101 Contemporary Issues in North American Sport
KIN 1101 Kinesiology- the Science of Human Movement
LANG 1101 Food, Culture, Language
LIFE 1003 Current Issues in Biology
LIFE 1010 General Biology
LIFE 1020 Life Sciences
LTST 1101 Latina/o Popular Culture: Art, Theatre, Media, Music and Sports
MATH 1101 Infinity--- And Beyond?
MKT 1101 Marketing Signs and Symbols
MOLB 1101 The Neanderthal and the Nucleus; The Molecular Biology of Being Human
NURS 1101 Should Health Care Fly?
PATB 1101 One Health: People, Animals, and the Environment-Zero Degree of Separation
PHCY 1101 Navigating Survival: A Compass for Campus Mental Health
PHYS 1101 Creationism vs. Evolution
PHYS 1101 What Really Happened: How Scientific Theories Come About
PHYS 1120 General Physics II
PLNT 1101 Eating as an Agricultural Act
POLS 1101 Dangerous Ideas: First Amendment Civil Liberties in Theory and Practice
RELI 1101 Gilgamesh to the Bomb
RELI 1101 Worlds of Religion
SPAN 1101 Food, Culture, Language
SPPA 1101 The Brain and Human Communication
STAT 1101 The Power of Confidence
THEA 1101 Performance as Change
UWYO 1101 The Challenge of Sustainability: Project-Based Learning
UWYO 1101 Fall Bridge Courses
UWYO 1101 Get a Life- Discover Yourself and Determine How You Want to Live
UWYO 1101 Ignite Your Passion: Creating Change Through Service and Action
UWYO 1101 Ingredients for Academic and Career Success
UWYO 1101 Intellectual Self-Defense
UWYO 1101 Inve$ting in the Future You: Financial Literacy from College to Career
UWYO 1101 Keep Your Money, We Want Change: Leadership for a Better World
UWYO 1101 Learning from the Masters: The Power of Seeing
UWYO 1101 Outdoor Leadership
UWYO 1101 Social Justice and Ethics at the U
UWYO 1101 Spiritual Intelligence
UWYO 1101 Where Do I Belong? A Personal Odyssey
WMST 1101 Sex and the International City
ZOO 1101 The Biology of Food
ZOO 1101 I heard it Through the Grapevine
ZOO 1101 Natural History: Past, Present, & Future

Students must successfully complete one course from the following list with a "C" or better.

 

Quantitative Literacy

Courses in Quantitative Literacy
Required Online Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
MATH 1000 Problem Solving
MATH 1050 Finite Mathematics
MATH 1105 Data, Probability, & Algebra for Elementary School Teachers
MATH 1123 Math, Music and Acoustics
MATH 1400 College Algebra
MATH 1405 Trigonometry
MATH 1450 Algebra and Trigonometry
MATH 2200 Calculus I
MATH 2205 Calculus II
MATH 2350 Business Calculus
STAT 2050 Fundamentals in Statistics
STAT 2070 Introductory Statistics for the Social Sciences

Students must successfully complete one course from the following list with a "C" or better.

 

Life Sciences
Courses in Life Sciences
Required Online Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
AECL 1000 Agroecology (lab included)
ANTH 1100 Introduction to Biological Anthropology
ANTH 1300 Introduction to Archaeology
ASTR 1050 Survey of Astronomy (lab included)
ASTR 1070 The Earth: Its Physical Environment
ATSC 2000 Introduction to Meterology (lab included)
ATSC 2100 Global Warming: The Science of HumanKinds Energy Consumption
ATSC 2200 Severe & Unusual Weather
CHEM 1000 Introductory Chemistry (lab included)
CHEM 1020 General Chemistry I (lab included)
CHEM 1030 General Chemistry II (lab included)
CHEM 1050 Advanced General Chemistry I (lab included)
CHEM 1060 Advanced General Chemistry II (lab included)
ENR 1000 Energy & Society
ENR 1200 Environment (lab included)
ENR 1500 Water, Dirt and Earth's Environment
ENTO 1000 Insect Biology
ERS 1000 Energy & Society
GEOG 1010 Introduction to Physical Geography (lab included)
GEOG 1070 The Earth: Its Physical Environment
GEOL 1100 Introduction to Physical Geology
GEOL 1500 Water, Dirt and Earth's Environment
LIFE 1002 Discovering Science
LIFE 1003 Current Issues in Biology (lab included)
LIFE 1010 General Biology (lab included)
LIFE 1020 Life Sciences (lab included)
PHYS 1050 Concepts of Physics (lab included)
PHYS 1090 Fundamentals of the Physical Universe
PHYS 1110 General Physics I (lab included)
PHYS 1120 General Physics II (lab included)
PHYS 1210 Engineering Physics I (lab included)
PHYS 1220 Engineering Physics II (lab included)
PLNT 2025 Horticultural Science (lab included)

Student must successfully complete one course with a "C" or better.

 

Human Cultures
Courses in Human Cultures
Required Online Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
AGEC 1010 Principles of Macro Economics
AGEC 1020 Principles of Micro Economics
AMST 2010 Introduction to American Studies
AMST 2110 Cultural Diversity in America
ANTH 1200 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 1450 World Archaeology
ANTH 2600 Forgotten Africa: Introduction to African Civilizations
ART 1000 Art & Human Culture
ART 2010 Art History Survey I
ART 2020 Art History Survey II
CHIN 1010 First Year Chinese I
CHIN 1020 First Year Chinese II
CLAS 2020 Classical Greek Civilization
COJO 1000 Introduction to Mass Media
COJO 1030 Interpersonal Communication
ECON 1000 Global Economic Issues
ECON 1010 Principles of Macro Economics
ECON 1020 Principles of Micro Economics
ECON 1200 Economics, Law, and Government
ECON 1300 Oil: Business, Culture, & Power
ECON 1400 Sports Economics
EDEL 2280 Literature for Children
EDST 2450 Foundations for Development and Learning
EDST 2480 Diversity and the Publics of Schooling
ENGL 1080 Intro to Women's Studies
ENGL 2360 Mexican-American Literature
ENGL 2410 Literary Genres
ENR 2345 Natural Resource Ethics
ERS 1300 Oil: Business, Culture, & Power
FCSC 1180 Applied Design
FREN 1010 First Year French I
FREN 1020 First Year French II
FREN 2030 Second Year French I
FREN 2040 Second Year French II
FREN 2130 Contemporary French Culture
GEOG 1000 World Regional Geography
GEOG 1020 Human Geography
GEOG 2370 Chicano History Origins to 1900
GEOG 2385 Chicano History: 1900 to Present
GERM 1010 First Year German I
GERM 1020 First Year German II
GERM 2030 Second Year German I
GERM 2040 Second Year German II
HIST 1110 Western Civilization I
HIST 1211 US to 1865
HIST 1221 US from 1865
HIST 1251 History of Wyoming
HIST 1320 World History to 1750
HIST 2225 History of Christianity
HIST 2250 American Religious History I (to 1865)
HIST 2252 American Religious History II (1865-1945)
HIST 2315 History of Non-Western Religions
HIST 2370 Chicano History Origins to 1900
HIST 2380 Latin American Civilizations
HIST 2385 Chicano History: 1900 to Present
HIST 2600 Forgotten Africa: Introduction to African Civilizations
HLED 1006 Personal Health
HP 1151 Colloquium I
HP 1200 People in Policy: Situating American Identity & Meaning w/in US Law
HP 2151 Not So Plain Tales from India: Indian Short Story
HP 2151 Japanese Modern Culture and Society
HP 2151 NW: Classical Islam
HP 2153 Bali: Life and Art
HP 2153 Being Basque: Old World & New
INST 1060 World Regional Geography
JAPN 1010 First Year Japanese I
JAPN 1020 First Year Japanese II
KIN 2050 Socio-Cultural Aspects of Physical Activity, Exercise, & Sport
LATN 1010 First Year Latin, I
LATN 1020 First Year Latin, II
LTST 1300 Intro to Latina/o Studies
LTST 2360 Mexican-American Literature
LTST 2370 Chicano History Origins to 1900
LTST 2385 Chicano History: 1900 to Present
MUSC 1000 Intro to Music
MUSC 1390 Jazz Ensemble I
MUSC 1400 Collegiate Chorale I
MUSC 1405 Singing Statesmen I
MUSC 1415 Bel Canto I
MUSC 1417 Civic Chorus I
MUSC 1430 Symphony Orchestra I
MUSC 3415 Bel Canto II
MUSC 3417 Civic Chorus II
PHIL 1000 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 2300 Ethics in Practice
PHIL 2345 Natural Resource Ethics
POLS 1000 American and Wyoming Government
POLS 1100 Wyoming Government
PSYC 1000 General Psychology
RELI 1000 Introduction to Religion
RELI 2050 Religions of Asia
RELI 2110 Introduction to the Old Testament
RELI 2150 New Testament Survey
RELI 2225 History of Christianity
RELI 2250 American Religious History I (to 1865)
RELI 2252 American Religious History II (1865-1945)
RELI 2315 History of Non-Western Religions
RELI 2330 Islam in the Modern World
RELI 2410 Varieties of Non-Belief
RNEW 2345 Natural Resource Ethics
RUSS 1010 First-year Russian I
RUSS 1020 First-year Russian II
RUSS 2030 Second-year Russian I
RUSS 2040 Second-year Russian II
SOC 1000 Sociological Principles
SPAN 1010 First Year Spanish I
SPAN 1020 First Year Spanish II
SPAN 2030 Second Year Spanish I
SPAN 2040 Second Year Spanish II
SPPA 2110 American Sign Language I
SPPA 2120 American Sign Language II
THEA 1000 Introduction to Theatre
THEA 1100 Beginning Acting
THEA 1410 Ballet I/I
THEA 1420 Ballet I/II
THEA 1430 Modern Dance I/I
THEA 1440 Modern Dance I/II
THEA 1480 Beginning Jazz Dance
THEA 2200 Backgrounds of Dance
THEA 2480 Jazz II
WIND 2100 Introduction to Disability Studies
WIND 2700 Gender and Disability
WMST 1080 Intro to Women's Studies
WMST 2000 Intro to LGBTQ/NS Studies
WMST 2700 Gender and Disability

Students must successfully complete one course with a "C" or better.

 

Critical Thinking
Courses in Critical Thinking
Required Online Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
AAST 2240 Introduction to African Studies
AAST 2360 African American History
AAST 2450 Traditional African Religions
AECL 1000 Agroecology
AECL 1101 Pest, Plagues, and Plants
AGEC 1010 Principles of Macro Economics
AGEC 1020 Principles of Micro Economics
AGEC 1101 Public (mis)perceptions of Agriculture
AMST 1101 Cultures of College
AMST 2010 Introduction to American Studies
AMST 2110 Cultural Diversity in America
ANSC 1101 Beyond Cowboys and Critters. The Science of Animal Agriculture
ANTH 1100 Introduction to Biological Anthropology
ANTH 1101 Anthropology of Monsters
ANTH 1101 Hoaxes, Myths, and Charlatans in Archaeology
RELI 2252 American Religious History II (1865-1945)
RELI 2315 History of Non-Western Religions
RELI 2320 History of Islam

 Students must successfully complete one course with a "C" or better.

 

Creative Expression
Courses in Creative Expression
Required Online Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
AGEC 1010 Principles of Macro Economics
AGEC 1020 Principles of Micro Economics
ANTH 1200 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 1450 World Archaeology
ANTH 2600 Forgotten Africa: Introduction to African Civilizations
ART 2010 Art History Survey I
ART 2020 Art History Survey II
CHIN 1010 First Year Chinese I
CHIN 1020 First Year Chinese II
CLAS 2020 Classical Greek Civilization
COJO 1000 Introduction to Mass Media
COJO 1030 Interpersonal Communication
ECON 1000 Global Economic Issues
ECON 1010 Principles of Macro Economics
ECON 1020 Principles of Micro Economics
ENGL 2360 Mexican-American Literature
ENGL 2410 Literary Genres
ENR 2345 Natural Resource Ethics
FREN 2130 Contemporary French Culture
HIST 1320 World History to 1750
HIST 2315 History of Non-Western Religions
HIST 2380 Latin American Civilizations
HIST 2600 Forgotten Africa: Introduction to African Civilizations
LATN 1010 First Year Latin, I
LATN 1020 First Year Latin, II
LTST 1300 Intro to Latina/o Studies
MUSC 1000 Intro to Music
MUSC 1390 Jazz Ensemble I
MUSC 1400 Collegiate Chorale I
MUSC 1405 Singing Statesmen I
MUSC 1415 Bel Canto I
MUSC 1417 Civic Chorus I
MUSC 1430 Symphony Orchestra I
MUSC 3415 Bel Canto II
MUSC 3417 Civic Chorus II
PHIL 1000 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 2345 Natural Resource Ethics
PSYC 1000 General Psychology
RELI 1000 Introduction to Religion
RELI 2110 Introduction to the Old Testament
RELI 2315 History of Non-Western Religions
RELI 2330 Islam in the Modern World
RELI 2410 Varieties of Non-Belief
RNEW 2345 Natural Resource Ethics
SOC 1000 Sociological Principles
SPAN 1010 First Year Spanish I
SPAN 1020 First Year Spanish II
SPAN 2030 Second Year Spanish I
SPAN 2040 Second Year Spanish II
SPPA 2110 American Sign Language I
SPPA 2120 American Sign Language II
THEA 1000 Introduction to Theatre
THEA 1410 Ballet I/I
THEA 1420 Ballet I/II
THEA 1430 Modern Dance I/I
THEA 1480 Beginning Jazz Dance
WMST 1080 Intro to Women's Studies
WMST 2000 Intro to LGBTQ/NS Studies
WMST 2700 Gender and Disability

Students must successfully complete one course with a "C" or better.

 

Teamwork and Value Systems
Courses in Teamwork and Value Systems
Required Online Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
AECL 1000 Agroecology
ANTH 1100 Introduction to Biological Anthropology
ANTH 1300 Introduction to Archaeology
ASTR 1050 Survey of Astronomy
ASTR 1070 The Earth: Its Physical Environment
ATSC 2000 Introduction to Meterology
ATSC 2100 Global Warming: The Science of HumanKinds Energy Consumption
ATSC 2200 Severe & Unusual Weather
CHEM 1000 Introductory Chemistry
CHEM 1020 General Chemistry I
CHEM 1030 General Chemistry II
CHEM 1050 Advanced General Chemistry I
CHEM 1060 Advanced General Chemistry II
ENR 1000 Energy & Society
ENR 1200 Environment
ENR 1500 Water, Dirt and Earth's Environment
ENTO 1000 Insect Biology
ERS 1000 Energy & Society
ES 1101 Introduction to Engineering Study
GEOG 1010 Introduction to Physical Geography
GEOG 1070 The Earth: Its Physical Environment
GEOL 1100 Introduction to Physical Geology
GEOL 1500 Water, Dirt and Earth's Environment
LIFE 1002 Discovering Science
LIFE 1003 Current Issues in Biology
LIFE 1010 General Biology
LIFE 1020 Life Sciences
PHYS 1050 Concepts of Physics
PHYS 1090 Fundamentals of the Physical Universe
PHYS 1110 General Physics I
PHYS 1120 General Physics II
PHYS 1210 Engineering Physics I
PHYS 1220 Engineering Physics II
PLNT 2025 Horticultural Science

Students must successfully complete one of the following with a "C" or better.
 

 

Human Society and the Individual
Courses in Human Society and the Individual
Required Online Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
AGEC 1010 Principles of Macro Economics
AGEC 1020 Principles of Micro Economics
AMST 2010 Introduction to American Studies
AMST 2110 Cultural Diversity in America
ANTH 1200 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 1450 World Archaeology
ANTH 2600 Forgotten Africa: Introduction to African Civilizations
ART 1000 Art & Human Culture
ART 2010 Art History Survey I
ART 2020 Art History Survey II
CHIN 1010 First Year Chinese I
CHIN 1020 First Year Chinese II
CLAS 2020 Classical Greek Civilization
COJO 1000 Introduction to Mass Media
COJO 1030 Interpersonal Communication
ECON 1000 Global Economic Issues
ECON 1010 Principles of Macro Economics
ECON 1020 Principles of Micro Economics
ECON 1300 Oil: Business, Culture, & Power
ECON 1400 Sports Economics
EDEL 2280 Literature for Children
EDST 2450 Foundations for Development and Learning
EDST 2480 Diversity and the Publics of Schooling
ENGL 1080 Intro to Women's Studies
ENGL 2360 Mexican-American Literature
ENGL 2410 Literary Genres
ENR 2345 Natural Resource Ethics
ERS 1300 Oil: Business, Culture, & Power
FCSC 1180 Applied Design
FREN 1010 First Year French I
FREN 1020 First Year French II
FREN 2030 Second Year French I
FREN 2040 Second Year French II
FREN 2130 Contemporary French Culture
GEOG 1000 World Regional Geography
GEOG 1020 Human Geography
GEOG 2370 Chicano History Origins to 1900
GEOG 2385 Chicano History: 1900 to Present
GERM 1010 First Year German I
GERM 1020 First Year German II
GERM 2030 Second Year German I
GERM 2040 Second Year German II
HIST 1110 Western Civilization I
HIST 1320 World History to 1750
HIST 2225 History of Christianity
HIST 2250 American Religious History I (to 1865)
HIST 2252 American Religious History II (1865-1945)
HIST 2315 History of Non-Western Religions
HIST 2370 Chicano History Origins to 1900
HIST 2380 Latin American Civilizations
HIST 2385 Chicano History: 1900 to Present
HIST 2600 Forgotten Africa: Introduction to African Civilizations
HLED 1006 Personal Health
HP 1151 Colloquium I
HP 2151 Not So Plain Tales from India: Indian Short Story
HP 2151 Japanese Modern Culture and Society
HP 2151 NW: Classical Islam
HP 2153 Bali: Life and Art
HP 2153 Being Basque: Old World & New
INST 1060 World Regional Geography
JAPN 1010 First Year Japanese I
JAPN 1020 First Year Japanese II
KIN 2050 Socio-Cultural Aspects of Physical Activity, Exercise, & Sport
LATN 1010 First Year Latin, I
LATN 1020 First Year Latin, II
LTST 1300 Intro to Latina/o Studies
LTST 2360 Mexican-American Literature
LTST 2370 Chicano History Origins to 1900
LTST 2385 Chicano History: 1900 to Present
MUSC 1000 Intro to Music
MUSC 1390 Jazz Ensemble I
MUSC 1400 Collegiate Chorale I
MUSC 1405 Singing Statesmen I
MUSC 1415 Bel Canto I
MUSC 1417 Civic Chorus I
MUSC 1430 Symphony Orchestra I
MUSC 3415 Bel Canto II
MUSC 3417 Civic Chorus II
PHIL 1000 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 2300 Ethics in Practice
PHIL 2345 Natural Resource Ethics
PSYC 1000 General Psychology
RELI 1000 Introduction to Religion
RELI 2050 Religions of Asia
RELI 2110 Introduction to the Old Testament
RELI 2150 New Testament Survey
RELI 2225 History of Christianity
RELI 2250 American Religious History I (to 1865)
RELI 2252 American Religious History II (1865-1945)
RELI 2315 History of Non-Western Religions
RELI 2330 Islam in the Modern World
RELI 2410 Varieties of Non-Belief
RNEW 2345 Natural Resource Ethics
RUSS 1010 First-year Russian I
RUSS 1020 First-year Russian II
RUSS 2030 Second-year Russian I
RUSS 2040 Second-year Russian II
SOC 1000 Sociological Principles
SPAN 1010 First Year Spanish I
SPAN 1020 First Year Spanish II
SPAN 2030 Second Year Spanish I
SPAN 2040 Second Year Spanish II
SPPA 2110 American Sign Language I
SPPA 2120 American Sign Language II
THEA 1000 Introduction to Theatre
THEA 1100 Beginning Acting
THEA 1410 Ballet I/I
THEA 1420 Ballet I/II
THEA 1430 Modern Dance I/I
THEA 1440 Modern Dance I/II
THEA 1480 Beginning Jazz Dance
THEA 2200 Backgrounds of Dance
THEA 2480 Jazz II
WIND 2100 Introduction to Disability Studies
WIND 2700 Gender and Disability
WMST 1080 Intro to Women's Studies
WMST 2000 Intro to LGBTQ/NS Studies
WMST 2700 Gender and Disability

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America’s largest regional interstate tuition savings program

The Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) is an agreement among WICHE’s 16 member states and territories, through which 160+ participating public colleges and universities provide steep nonresident tuition savings for Western students.

Through WUE, eligible students can choose from hundreds of undergraduate programs outside their home state, and pay no more than 150 percent of that institution’s resident tuition rate. 

Since full nonresident college-tuition rates may exceed 300 percent of resident rates, WUE increases affordable higher-education choices for students, and minimizes the adverse impacts of student loan debt.

Click to learn more about WUE at UWYO. 

Helping students save on tuition, transfer more easily, and gain strong credentials

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