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Snow College

Ephraim, Utah

20:1 Student to Faculty Ratio; 2 Campuses; 15 Average Class Size; 85% Success Rate; 44% Graduation Rate; 31% Transfer Rate without Degree

Last Updated: 2020-10-05


Passport Block


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Transfer Interstate Passport from Utah System of Higher Education School School (USHE). All breadth general education will be waived with general education certificate and/or an Interstate Passport awarded fall 2016 or later. USHE institutions include Utah State University Eastern, Dixie State University, Salt Lake Community College, Southern Utah University, University of Utah, Utah State University, Utah Valley University, Weber State University.

Transfer Interstate Passport from ALL other Regionally Accredited Institutions. All breadth general education will be waived except AI (American Institutions) with an Interstate Passport awarded Fall 2016. American Institutions is a general education course mandated by the legislature for all USHE institutions.

Students must take one course from the Oral Communication list.

Oral Communication
Courses in Oral Communication
RequiredOnline Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
BUS 1270 Strategic Selling
BUS 2450 Presentations for Business
COMM 1020 Public Speaking
COMM 1560 Radio Production
COMM 1870 Radio Performance
COMM 1880 Radio Performance
COMM 2070 Oral Interpretation of Literature
COMM 2080 Dance Improvisation
COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication
COMM 2150 Intercultural Communication
COMM 2170 Organization Communication
COMM 2200 TV Production
COMM 2270 Argumentation & Debate
COMM 2300 Introduction to Public Relations
COMM 2870 Radio Performance
COMM 2880 Radio Performance

Students must take two courses from the Written Communication list.

Written Communication
Courses in Written Communication
RequiredOnline Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ENGL 1010 Introduction to Writing
ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing
ENGL 2014 Honors Intermediate Writing

Students must take one course from the Quantitative Literacy list.

Quantitative Literacy
Courses in Quantitative Literacy
RequiredOnline Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
MATH 1030 Quantitative Literacy
MATH 1040 Introduction to Statistics
MATH 1050 College Algebra
MATH 1080 Pre-Calculus

Physical Science: Students must take one Physical Science Course.

Life Science: Students must take one Life Science Course.

Lab: Students must take one lab with either the physical science or life science course (course/lab).

Physical Science
Courses in Physical Science
RequiredOnline Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
CHEM 1010/1015 Introduction to Chemistry/Lab
CHEM 1110/1115 Elementary Chemistry/Lab
CHEM 1120/1125 Elementary Organic Biochemistry/Lab
CHEM 1220/1225 Principles of Chemistry/Lab
GEO 1010/1015 Survey of Geology/Lab
GEO 1060/1065 Environmental Geology/Lab
GEO 1080 Oceanography
GEO 1110/1115 Physical Geology/Lab
GEO 2100/2105 Evolution of the Earth/Lab
PHSC 1000 Interdisciplinary Physical Science
PHSC 1440 Cosmos
PHSC 2100 Honors Physical Science
PHYS 1000 Conceptual Physics
PHYS 1010/1015 Elementary Physics/Lab
PHYS 1060 Astronomy
PHYS 1150 Intro to Meteorology

Life Science
Courses in Life Science
RequiredOnline Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
BIOL 1010/1015 General Biology/Lab
BIOL 1050/1055 Human Biology/Lab
BIOL 1420/1425 Environmental Biology/Lab
BIOL 1450/1455 Human Anatomy for Artists/Lab
BIOL 1460/1465 Birds, Biology, and You/Lab
BIOL 1610/1615 Biology I/Lab
BIOL 1620/1625 Biology II/Lab
BIOL 2030/2035 Introductory Genetics/Lab
BIOL 2060/2065 Introduction to Microbiology/lab
BIOL 2200/2205 General Microbiology/lab
BIOL 2320/2325 Human Anatomy/Lab
BIOL 2420/2425 Human Physiology/Lab
HFST 1020 Scientific Foundations of Nutrition

Students must take one course from the Human Cultures list. Many courses also appear on the Human Society and the Individual list. The Human Culture and Human Society and the Individual course must come from different disciplines

Human Cultures
Courses in Human Cultures
RequiredOnline Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ANTH 1000 Introduction to Anthropology
ART 1010 Introduction to the Visual Arts
ARTH 2710 Art History
ARTH 2720 Art History
COMM 1500 Introduction to Mass Media
ECON 1010 Economics as Social Science
ENGL 2130 Science Fiction
ENGL 2150 Intellectual Traditions of the West
ENGL 2160 Intellectual Traditions of the West
ENGL 2200 Introduction to Literature
ENGL 2210 Folklore and Literature
ENGL 2220 Introduction to Fiction
ENGL 2230 Classic Myths and Folk Tales
ENGL 2240 Introduction to Poetry
ENGL 2300 Introduction to Shakespeare
ENGL 2400 Special Topics
ENGL 2410 Western American Literature
ENGL 2420 Literature of the Outdoors
ENGL 2430 Gothic and Supernatural Literature
ENGL 2510 Masterpieces of American Literature
ENGL 2520 Masterpieces of American Literature
ENGL 2610 Masterpieces of British Literature
ENGL 2620 Masterpieces of British Literature
ENGL 2650 Language and Society
ENGL 2660 Introduction to Language
GEOG 1300 People and Places of the World
HFST 1500 Human Development
HIST 1500 Ancient World Civilization
HIST 1510 Modern World Civilization
MUSC 1010 Introduction to Music
MUSC 1030 Introduction to Jazz
MUSC 1031 Introduction to Rock and Roll
MUSC 1032 History of Rock and Roll
MUSC 2010 Music History
MUSC 2020 Music History
PHIL 1000 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 2050 Ethics and Values
PHIL 2600 World Religion
PSY 1010 General Psychology
SOC 1010 Introduction to Sociology
SOC 1020 Social Problems
THEA 1013 Survey of Theater
THEA 1023 Survey of Film
THEA 1031 Theater History
THEA 1032 Theater History

Crticial thinking is embedded throughout the general education. No specific course is required for critical thinking.

Students must take one course from the Creative Expression list.

Creative Expression
Courses in Creative Expression
RequiredOnline Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ART 1010 Introduction to the Visual Arts
ART 1020 Basic Drawing
ART 1030 Basic Design
ART 1040 Art Studio Practices - 2D
ART 1050 Basic Photography
ART 1060 Art Studio Practices - 3D
ARTH 2710 Art History
ARTH 2720 Art History
DANC 1075 Introduction to Dance
MUSC 1010 Introduction to Music
MUSC 1030 Introduction to Jazz and Popular Music
MUSC 1031 History of Rock and Roll
MUSC 1032 Rap and Hip Hop
MUSC 1100 Fundamentals of Music
MUSC 2010 Music History
MUSC 2020 Music History
THEA 1013 Survey of Theatre
THEA 1023 Survey of Film
THEA 1031 Theater History
THEA 1032 Theater History
THEA 1033 Acting I
THEA 1513 Stage Craft


Students must take the following course along with one additional class either from the Natural Sciences or Human Cultures options.

Teamwork and Value Systems
Courses in Teamwork and Value Systems
RequiredOnline Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
GNST 1200 Foundations

Students must take one course from the Human Society and the Individual list. Many courses also appear on the Human Culture list. The courses selected in Human Cultures and in Human Society and the Individual must come from different disciplines. 

Human Society and the Individual
Courses in Human Society and the Individual
RequiredOnline Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ANTH 1000 Introduction to Anthropology
BUS 1210 Personal Finance
CJ 1010 Introduction to Criminal Justice
ECON 1010 Economics as Social Science
ECON 2010 Microeconomics
ECON 2020 Macroeconomics
GEOG 1300 People and Places of the World
HFST 1400 Courtship and Marriage
HFST 1500 Human Development
HIST 1500 Ancient World Civilization
HIST 1510 Modern World Civilization
HIST 2340 History of England
HIST 2350 History of the American West
HIST 2700 US History
HIST 2710 US History
PSY 1010 General Psychology
PSY 1100 Developmental Psychology
SOC 1010 Introduction to Sociology
SOC 1020 Social Problems


Program Highlights


BS Software Engineering BA Commercial Music AS AA Associate of Fine Arts Associate of Pre-Engineering Associate of Science Business Associate of Science Nursing Associate of Applied Science Stackable Certificates


Contact Info

Institutional Liaison: Melanie Jenkins
Contact for Students: Landon Peterson




Interstate Passport is based at the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, a 501c3 regional compact, located in Boulder, Colorado.
Funded in part by Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Lumina Foundation.



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