Dec 02, 2020  
2020-2021 Catalog 
  
2020-2021 Catalog

Passport Courses


PASSPORT COURSES

The Passport program is a collection of transferable courses satisfying lower-division general education requirements at all public colleges and universities in Virginia, with few exceptions as noted. Although Passport is not an academic program from which students can graduate, students planning to transfer to a public college or university in Virginia are advised to select courses from this list, in addition to consulting with an academic advisor or counselor. 

Select one course from each block of courses.

Block I:

  • ENG 111  - English Composition I

Block II:

  • ART 101   - History and Appreciation of Art I
  • ART 102   - History and Appreciation of Art II
  • ART 201   - History of Art I
  • ART 202   - History of Art II
  • HIS 111   - History of World Civilization I
  • HIS 112   - History of World Civilization II
  • HIS 121   - United States History I
  • HIS 122   - United States History II

Block III:

  • ECO 201   - Principles of Macroeconomics
  • PLS 211   - U.S. Government I
  • PSY 200   - Principles of Psychology
  • SOC 211   - Principles of Anthropology I

Block IV:

  • BIO 101  - General Biology I
  • CHM 101   - Introductory Chemistry I
  • CHM 111   - General Chemistry I

Block V:

  • Quantitative/Statistics Pathway: 
    • MTH 154  4 - Quantitative Reasoning
    • MTH 155   - Statistical Reasoning
  • Calculus Pathway:

* MTH 161  /MTH 162   and MTH 167   should only be taken by students preparing for calculus or for four-year degree programs that require study in College Algebra/PreCalculus. PreCalculus may not satisfy general education and may not receive transfer credit.

NOTES:

JMU does not accept ENG 111   toward satisfaction of general education requirements.

CNU does not accept MTH 154   toward satisfaction of general education requirements.

W&M does not have a college-wide general education composition requirement. ENG 111   will not count toward satisfaction of general education requirements but students will receive generalized credit for the course.