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Program Format: Campus Program Level: Associate

History from Eastern Wyoming College is a Campus Associate History degree that prepares you for a Liberal Arts career. Students must complete all program requirements, including approved electives with a grade of ?C? or better. View more details on Eastern Wyoming College . Ask your questions and apply online for this program or find other related History courses.

Eastern Wyoming College details

Eastern Wyoming College address is 3200 West C St, Torrington, Wyoming 82240-1699. You can contact this school by calling (307) 532-8200 or visit the college website at .
This is a 2-year, Public, Associate's--Public Rural-serving Small according to Carnegie Classification. Religion Affiliation is Not applicable and student-to-faculty ratio is 15 to 1. The enrolled student percent that are registered with the office of disability services is 3% or less .
Awards offered by Eastern Wyoming College are as follow: Less than one year certificate One but less than two years certificate Associate's degree.
With a student population of 1,476 (all undergraduate) and set in a Rural: Fringe, Eastern Wyoming College services are: Remedial services Academic/career counseling service Employment services for students Placement services for completers . Campus housing: Yes.
Tuition for Eastern Wyoming College is $2,280. Type of credit accepted by this institution Dual credit Advanced placement (AP) credits . Most part of the informations about this college comes from sources like National Center for Education Statistics

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