2013-2014 Catalog

Programs of Study

Course Numbering System

Courses at Western Wyoming Community College are identified by a set of numbers and letters. The letters are abbreviations that are listed below. The set of 4 numbers indicates the level of the course: 1000s are freshman, 2000s are sophomore and 0000s are non-transferable courses.

Business & Information Systems

ACCT

Accounting

BADM

Business Administration

BOTK

Business Office Technology

BUSN

Business

CMAP

Computer Applications

COSC

Computer Science

ECON

Economics

FIN

Finance

IMGT

Information Management

MGT

Management & Supervision

MKT

Marketing

MOA

Medical Office Assistant

Developmental Studies

BAS, DVST

Basic Skills

DVST, BAS

English for Speakers of Other Languages

HMDV

Human Development

Health Science

HLTK

Allied Health Technology

HLED

Health Education

HOEC

Home Economics/Nutrition

OEAC

Outdoor Education Activity

NRST

Nursing

PEAC

Physical Activity

PEAT

Varsity Athletics

PEPR

Physical Education, Professional

PHLB

Phlebotomy

Humanities

COMM

Communications

EDCI

Education

EDEC

Education, Early Childhood

EDEL

Education, Elementary

EDEX

Education, Exceptional Child

EDFD

Education, Fundamentals

EDUC

Education, Recertification

ENGL

English

FREN

French

GERM

German

HUMN

Humanities

ITEC

Instructional Technology

LIBS

Library Science

PHIL

Philosophy

SPAN

Spanish

Science & Mathematics

ASTR

Astronomy

BIOL

Biology

CHEM

Chemistry

ENTO    

Entomology

ES

Engineering (Gen.) & Tech.

GEOL

Geology

MATH

Mathematics

PHYS

Physics

REWM        

Rangeland Ecol & Watershd Mgt

RNEW

Renewable Resources

STAT

Statistics

Social Science & Services

ANTH

Anthropology

CRMJ

Criminal Justice

EMGT

Emergency Management

G&R

Geography & Recreation

HIST

History

POLS

Political Science

PSYC

Psychology

SOC

Sociology

Technology & Industry

AFVT

Alt. Fuel Vehicle Technology

AUTO

Auto Technology

CMPT

Compression Technology

CNTK

Construction Technology

DESL

Diesel Technology

ELAP

Electrical Apprenticeship

ELTR

Electricity/Electronic/Instrumentation Technology

INDM

Industrial Maintenance (Gen.)

MCH

Machine Tool Technology

MINE

Mining Technology

OGPT

Oil & Gas Production Technology

SAFE

Safety Technology

TECH

Technology

TTD

Tractor Trailer Driving

WELD

Welding Technology

Visual & Performing Arts

ART

Art, Ceramics & Photography

MUSC

Music

THEA

Theatre and Dance

The first digit in each number indicates whether the course is designed primarily for freshman (in which the number is a 1 as in ENGL 1010) or for sophomores (in which the number is 2 as in ENGL 2010) or for non-transferable courses (in which the number is a 0 as in ENGL 0900).