College Code: 
4923
Snow College
Completion of the general education (GE) requirements at most regionally accredited institutions will fulfill the majority of your general education requirements at BYU. General Education programs incorporating fewer than 30 credits of general education will be evaluated on a course-by-course basis for equivalency within the GE program. Students generally demonstrate completion of the GE requirements with an Associate degree, Letter of Completion, or Certificate of Completion. Please carefully review the transfer guides below.
Completed Associate Degree
American Heritage (AHTG)
Complete one course from two groups:
GROUP 1: US HISTORY
CourseTitle
HIST 1700American History  
HIST 2700United States History to 1877  
GROUP 2: ECONOMICS
CourseTitle
ECON 1740US Economic History  
ECON 2010Introduction to Microeconomics  
ECON 2020Introduction to Macroeconomics  
GROUP 3: GOVERNMENT
CourseTitleAlso Fulfills
POLS 1100American National Government SOCSCI 
Complete one course:
CourseTitle
POLS 1000American Heritage  
Global and Cultural Awareness (GCA)
Complete one course:
CourseTitleAlso Fulfills
ANTH 1000Introduction to Anthropology SOCSCI 
GEOG 1300People and Places of the World  
GEOG 1400Human Geography  
HIST 1510Modern World Civilizations  
PHIL 2600World Religion  
POLS 2200Introduction to Comparative Politics SOCSCI 
First-Year Writing (FYW)
Complete one course:
CourseTitle
ENGL 2010Intermediate Research Writing  
ENGL 2014Intermediate Composition: Honors Thesis  
Advanced Written and Oral Communication (AWOC)
No equivalent course found at Snow College. To be taken as a junior at BYU.
Quantitative Reasoning (QR)
Earn a test score of:
CourseTitle
ACT Math22 or higher  
SAT Math540 or higher  
Or complete one course:
CourseTitle
MATH 1030Quantitative Literacy  
MATH 1040Introduction to Statistics  
MATH 1050College Algebra  
MATH 1080Pre-Calculus  
Languages of Learning (LANG)
Complete one course from either group:
GROUP 1: MATH
CourseTitle
MATH 1100Applied Calculus  
MATH 1210Calculus I  
MATH 2040Applied Statistics  
GROUP 2: FOREIGN LANGUAGE OPTIONS
CourseTitleAlso Fulfills
FREN 2020Intermediate French II GCA 
SPAN 2020Intermediate Spanish II  
Civilization 1 (CIV1)
Complete one course:
CourseTitle
ARTH 2710Art History Survey I  
ENGL 2150Honors Intellectual Traditions of the West  
HIST 1500Ancient World Civilization  
Civilization 2 (CIV2)
Complete one course:
CourseTitleAlso Fulfills
ARTH 2720Art History Survey II ARTS 
ENGL 2160Honors Intellectual Traditions of the West LTRS 
HIST 1510Modern World Civilizations GCA 
Arts (ARTS)
Complete one course:
CourseTitleAlso Fulfills
ART 1010Introduction to the Visual Arts  
ARTH 2720Art History Survey II CIV2 
MUSC 1010Introduction to Music  
MUSC 1030Intro to Jazz & American Pop  
MUSC 1031History of Rock and Roll  
THEA 1013Survey of Theatre  
THEA 1023Introduction to Film  
Letters (LTRS)
Complete one course:
CourseTitleAlso Fulfills
ENGL 2160Honors Intellectual Traditions of the West CIV2 
ENGL 2200Introduction to Literature  
ENGL 2210Folklore and Literature  
ENGL 2230Introduction to Mythology  
ENGL 2300Introduction to Shakespeare  
ENGL 2430Gothic and Supernatural Literature  
ENGL 2510American Literature I  
ENGL 2520American Literature II  
ENGL 2610British Literature I  
ENGL 2620British Literature II  
PHIL 1000Introduction to Philosophy  
PHIL 2050Ethics and Values  
Biological Science (BIOSCI)
Complete one course:
CourseTitle
BIOL 1010General Biology  
BIOL 1610Biology I  
BIOL 2060Introductory Microbiology  
HFST 1020Scientific Foundations of Nutrition  
Physical Science (PHYSCI)
Complete one course:
CourseTitle
PHSC 1000Interdisciplinary Physical Science  
Or complete one course from two groups:
GROUP 1: CHEMISTRY
CourseTitle
CHEM 1010Introductory Chemistry  
CHEM 1110Elementary Chemistry  
CHEM 1210Principles of Chemistry I  
GROUP 2: GEOLOGY
CourseTitle
GEO 1010Survey of Geology  
GEO 1110Physical Geology  
GROUP 3: PHYSICS
CourseTitle
PHYS 1010Elementary Physics  
PHYS 2010College Physics  
Social Science (SOCSCI)
Complete one course:
CourseTitleAlso Fulfills
ANTH 1000Introduction to Anthropology GCA 
ECON 2010Introduction to Microeconomics  
ECON 2020Introduction to Macroeconomics  
POLS 1100American National Government 1/2 AHTG 
POLS 2200Introduction to Comparative Politics GCA 
PSY 1010General Psychology  
SOC 1010Principles of Sociology  
SOC 1020Modern Social Problems  
Doctrinal Foundations (REL)

Religion requirements may be completed through coursework from BYU, LDS Institutes of Religion, and other CES schools. Visit BYU's Religion website to learn more about these requirements.