INSTITUTION INFORMATION

Snow College
Ephraim, Utah
Institution Liaison: Melanie Jenkins

Last Updated: 2020-10-05



Snow College Passport Block

The Passport Block listed here is for general information only. Students must see the institution's website for access to its official block.

PASSPORT BLOCK OVERVIEW

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.


ORAL COMMUNICATION

Students must take one course from the Oral Communication list.

Courses in Oral Communication

Required

Available Online

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

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

COMM

2080

Dance Improvisation




WRITTEN COMMUNICATION

Students must take two courses from the Written Communication list.

Courses in Written Communication

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

ENGL

1010

Introduction to Writing

ENGL

2010

Intermediate Writing

ENGL

2014

Honors Intermediate Writing




QUANTITATIVE LITERACY

Students must take one course from the Quantitative Literacy list.

Courses in Quantitative Literacy

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

MATH

1030

Quantitative Literacy

MATH

1040

Introduction to Statistics

MATH

1050

College Algebra

MATH

1080

Pre-Calculus




NATURAL SCIENCES

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).

Courses in Physical Science

Required

Available Online

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

1110/1115

Physical Geology/Lab

GEO

2100/2105

Evolution of the Earth/Lab

GEO

1080

Oceanography

PHSC

1000

Interdisciplinary Physical Science

PHSC

2100

Honors Physical Science

PHSC

1440

Cosmos

PHYS

1000

Conceptual Physics

PHYS

1150

Intro to Meteorology

PHYS

1060

Astronomy

PHYS

1010/1015

Elementary Physics/Lab


Courses in Life Science

Required

Available Online

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




HUMAN CULTURES

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

Courses in Human Cultures

Required

Available Online

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

2150

Intellectual Traditions of the West

ENGL

2160

Intellectual Traditions of the West

ENGL

2130

Science Fiction

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




CRITICAL THINKING

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



CREATIVE EXPRESSION

Students must take one course from the Creative Expression list.

Courses in Creative Expression

Required

Available Online

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




TEAMWORK AND VALUE SYSTEMS

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

Courses in Teamwork and Value Systems

Required

Available Online

Course Prefix

Course Number

Course Title

GNST

1200

Foundations




HUMAN SOCIETY AND THE INDIVIDUAL

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. 

Courses in Human Society and the Individual

Required

Available Online

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





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