Interstate Passport
















Los Angeles Mission College

California


Last Updated: 2021-06-20


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The Interstate Passport can be earned by passing with a grade of C or P or higher a minimum of 30 units in courses approved to meet the Interstate Passport learning outcomes for each of the nine knowledge and skills areas. A course may be used any number of times to meet the outcomes of any knowledge and skills area for which it is approved. While every effort is made to keep this site up-to-date, consult the college catalog for the most current requirements and other details.

The learning outcomes associated with this knowledge and skills area may be met by passing with a grade of C or P or higher one course listed below. Any listed course may be used to meet the learning outcomes for any other knowledge and skills area for which it is approved. Online offerings can be found in the Schedule of Classes. Consult the college catalog for the most current requirements and other details.

Oral Communication
Courses in Oral Communication
RequiredOnline Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
COMM 101 Public Speaking
COMM 102 Oral Communication II
COMM 151 Small Group Communication

The learning outcomes associated with this knowledge and skills area may be met by passing with a grade of C or P or higher one course listed below. Any listed course may be used to meet the learning outcomes for any other knowledge and skills area for which it is approved. Online offerings can be found in the Schedule of Classes. Consult the college catalog for the most current requirements and other details.

Written Communication
Courses in Written Communication
RequiredOnline Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ENGLISH 101 College Reading and Composition I

The learning outcomes associated with this knowledge and skills area may be met by passing with a grade of C or P or higher one course listed below. Any listed course may be used to meet the learning outcomes for any other knowledge and skills area for which it is approved. Online offerings can be found in the Schedule of Classes. Consult the college catalog for the most current requirements and other details.

Quantitative Literacy
Courses in Quantitative Literacy
RequiredOnline Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
CS 101 Introduction to Computer Science
MATH 125 Intermediate Algebra
MATH 125S Intermediate Algebra With Support
MATH 134 Accelerated Elementary And Intermediate Algebra
MATH 137 Pre-Statistics Algebra
MATH 215 Principles Of Mathematics I
MATH 227 Statistics
MATH 227A Statistics I
MATH 227B Statistics II
MATH 227C Statistics with Corequisite
MATH 227S Statistics with Support
MATH 230 Mathematics For Liberal Arts Students
MATH 235 Finite Mathematics
MATH 238 Calculus For Business And Social Science I
MATH 238B Calculus for Business and Social Science I - Part B
MATH 238C Calculus for Business and Social Science I with Corequisite
MATH 240 Trigonometry
MATH 240S Trigonometry with Support
MATH 241S Trigonometry with Vectors with Support
MATH 245 College Algebra
MATH 245C College Algebra with Corequisite
MATH 260 Precalculus
MATH 260S Precalculus With Support
MATH 265 Calculus With Analytic Geometry I
MATH 266 Calculus with Analytic Geometry II
MATH 267 Calculus with Analytic Geometry III
MATH 270 Linear Algebra
MATH 272 Methods Of Discrete Mathematics
MATH 275 Ordinary Differential Equations
PSYCH 074 Research Methods In The Behavioral Sciences

The learning outcomes associated with this knowledge and skills area may be met by passing with a grade of C or P or higher one course listed under each of the following: Physical Sciences and Life/Biological Sciences. Any listed course may be used to meet the learning outcomes for any other knowledge and skills area for which it is approved. Online offerings can be found in the Schedule of Classes. Consult the college catalog for the most current requirements and other details.

Physical Sciences
Courses in Physical Sciences
RequiredOnline Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ASTRON 001 Elementary Astronomy
ASTRON 005 Fundamentals Of Astronomy Laboratory (includes lab component)
CHEM 051 Fundamentals Of Chemistry I (includes lab component)
CHEM 052 Fundamentals of College Chemistry (includes lab component)
CHEM 065 Introductory General Chemistry (includes lab component)
CHEM 101 General Chemistry I (includes lab component)
CHEM 102 General Chemistry II (includes lab component)
CHEM 211 Organic Chemistry For Science Majors I (includes lab component)
CHEM 212 Organic Chemistry For Science Majors II (includes lab component)
EARTH 001 Earth Science
EARTH 002 Earth Science Laboratory (includes lab component)
GEOG 001 Physical Geography
GEOG 015 Physical Geography Laboratory (includes lab component)
GEOLOGY 001 Physical Geology
OCEANO 001 Introduction To Oceanography
PHYS SC 001 Physical Science I
PHYS SC 014 Physical Science Laboratory (includes lab component)
PHYSICS 006 General Physics I (includes lab component)
PHYSICS 007 General Physics II (includes lab component)
PHYSICS 037 Physics For Engineers And Scientists I (includes lab component)
PHYSICS 038 Physics For Engineers And Scientists II (includes lab component)
PHYSICS 039 Physics For Engineers And Scientists III (includes lab component)

Life/Biological Sciences
Courses in Life/Biological Sciences
RequiredOnline Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ANATOMY 001 Introduction To Human Anatomy (includes lab component)
ANTHRO 101 Human Biological Evolution
ANTHRO 111 Laboratory In Human Biological Evolution (includes lab component)
BIOLOGY 003 Introduction To Biology (includes lab component)
BIOLOGY 005 Introduction To Human Biology (includes lab component)
BIOLOGY 006 General Biology I (includes lab component)
BIOLOGY 007 General Biology II (includes lab component)
BIOLOGY 040 The Science of Biotechnology (includes lab component)
BIOTECH 002 Biotechnology I
BIOTECH 003 Biotechnology II
ENV SCI 002 The Human Environment: Biological Processes
MICRO 020 General Microbiology (includes lab component)
NUTRTN 021 Nutrition
PHYSIOL 001 Introduction To Human Physiology (includes lab component)

The learning outcomes associated with this knowledge and skills area may be met by passing with a grade of C or P or higher one course listed below. Any listed course may be used to meet the learning outcomes for any other knowledge and skills area for which it is approved. Online offerings can be found in the Schedule of Classes. Consult the college catalog for the most current requirements and other details.

Human Cultures
Courses in Human Cultures
RequiredOnline Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ANTHRO 121 Anthropology Of Religion, Magic And Witchcraft
ART 092 Introduction To Museum Studies
ART 101 Survey Of Art History I
ART 102 Survey Of Art History II
ART 103 Art Appreciation I
ART 105 History Of Asian Art
ART 109 The Arts Of Africa, Oceania, And Ancient America
ART 111 History Of Contemporary Art
ART 201 Drawing I
ART 300 Introduction To Painting
ART 501 Beginning Two-Dimensional Design
ART 502 Beginning Three-Dimensional Design
ART 700 Introduction To Sculpture
ART 701 Sculpture I
ARTHIST 103 Art Appreciation I
ARTHIST 110 Survey Of Western Art History I
ARTHIST 120 Survey Of Western Art History II
ARTHIST 126 Introduction To Modern Art
ARTHIST 130 Survey Of Asian Art History
ARTHIST 140 Survey of Arts of Africa, Oceania, and Ancient America
ARTHIST 161 Introduction To American Art
ARTHIST 170 History of Contemporary Art
CHICANO 007 The Mexican-American In The History Of The United States I
CHICANO 037 Chicano Literature
CHICANO 042 Contemporary Mexican Literature
CHICANO 044 Mexican Civilization
CHICANO 046 Mexican-American Folklore
CHICANO 052 Mexican Art-Modern
CHICANO 054 Mexican-American Arts In American Culture
CHICANO 058 Latin American Dance Cultures
CINEMA 003 History Of Motion Pictures
CINEMA 004 History Of The Documentary Film
CINEMA 107 Understanding Motion Pictures
CIS 215 Network Security Fundamentals
DANCEST 805 History And Appreciation Of Dance
ENGLISH 127 Creative Writing
ENGLISH 203 World Literature I
ENGLISH 205 English Literature I
ENGLISH 206 English Literature II
ENGLISH 208 American Literature II
ENGLISH 240 Literature And The Motion Picture I
FRENCH 001 Elementary French I
FRENCH 002 Elementary French II
HISTORY 001 Introduction To Western Civilization I
HISTORY 002 Introduction To Western Civilization II
HISTORY 086 Introduction To World Civilization I
HUMAN 001 Cultural Patterns Of Western Civilization
HUMAN 002 Studies In Selected Cultures
HUMAN 003 The Arts Of Contemporary Society
HUMAN 030 The Beginnings Of Western Civilization
HUMAN 031 People In Contemporary Society
INTRDGN 104 HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIORS II
ITALIAN 001 Elementary Italian I
ITALIAN 002 Elementary Italian II
LING 001 Introduction To Language And Linguistics
MULTIMD 110 Visual Communication
MUSIC 101 Fundamentals Of Music
MUSIC 111 Music Appreciation I
MUSIC 141 Jazz Appreciation
MUSIC 321 Elementary Piano I
MUSIC 322 Elementary Piano II
MUSIC 323 Elementary Piano III
MUSIC 324 Elementary Piano IV
MUSIC 341 Intermediate Piano
MUSIC 411 Elementary Voice I
MUSIC 413 Elementary Voice III
PHILOS 001 Introduction To Philosophy
PHILOS 014 History Of Modern European Philosophy
PHILOS 020 Ethics
PHILOS 033 Comparative Survey Of World Religions
PHOTO 010 Beginning Photography
PHOTO 011 Advanced Photography
PHOTO 012 Advanced Photographic Techniques
PHOTO 047 Introduction to Digital Photography
SPANISH 001 Elementary Spanish I
SPANISH 002 Elementary Spanish II
SPANISH 003 Intermediate Spanish I
SPANISH 004 Intermediate Spanish II
SPANISH 005 Advanced Spanish Through Latin American Literature
SPANISH 006 Advanced Spanish Through Spanish Literature
SPANISH 008 Conversational Spanish
SPANISH 035 Spanish For Spanish Speakers I
SPANISH 036 Spanish For Spanish Speakers II
SPANISH 037 Composition And Conversation For Spanish Speakers
THEATER 100 Introduction To The Theater
THEATER 110 History Of The World Theater
THEATER 114 Script Analysis
THEATER 200 Introduction To Acting
THEATER 271 Intermediate Acting
THEATER 300 Introduction To Stage Craft

The learning outcomes associated with this knowledge and skills area may be met by passing with a grade of C or P or higher one course listed below. Any listed course may be used to meet the learning outcomes for any other knowledge and skills area for which it is approved. Online offerings can be found in the Schedule of Classes. Consult the college catalog for the most current requirements and other details.

Critical Thinking
Courses in Critical Thinking
RequiredOnline Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
COMM 102 Oral Communication II
ENGLISH 102 Composition and Critical Thinking
ENGLISH 103 Composition and Critical Thinking
PHILOS 005 Critical Thinking and Composition
PHILOS 006 Logic in Practice
PHILOS 009 Symbolic Logic I

The learning outcomes associated with this knowledge and skills area may be met by passing with a grade of C or P or higher one course listed below. Any listed course may be used to meet the learning outcomes for any other knowledge and skills area for which it is approved. Online offerings can be found in the Schedule of Classes. Consult the college catalog for the most current requirements and other details.

Creative Expression
Courses in Creative Expression
RequiredOnline Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ENGLISH 101 College Reading and Composition I


The learning outcomes associated with this knowledge and skills area may be met by passing with a grade of C or P or higher one course listed below. Any listed course may be used to meet the learning outcomes for any other knowledge and skills area for which it is approved. Online offerings can be found in the Schedule of Classes. Consult the college catalog for the most current requirements and other details.

Teamwork and Value Systems
Courses in Teamwork and Value Systems
RequiredOnline Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ANATOMY 001 Introduction To Human Anatomy
ANTHRO 111 Laboratory In Human Biological Evolution
ASTRON 005 Fundamentals Of Astronomy Laboratory
BIOLOGY 003 Introduction To Biology
BIOLOGY 005 Introduction To Human Biology
BIOLOGY 006 General Biology I
BIOLOGY 007 General Biology II
CHEM 051 Fundamentals Of Chemistry I
CHEM 065 Introductory General Chemistry
CHEM 101 General Chemistry I
CHEM 102 General Chemistry II
CHEM 211 Organic Chemistry For Science Majors I
CHEM 212 Organic Chemistry For Science Majors II
EARTH 002 Earth Science Laboratory
GEOG 015 Physical Geography Laboratory
MICRO 020 General Microbiology
PHYS SC 014 Physical Science Laboratory
PHYSICS 006 General Physics I
PHYSICS 007 General Physics II
PHYSICS 037 Physics For Engineers And Scientists I
PHYSICS 038 Physics For Engineers And Scientists II
PHYSICS 039 Physics For Engineers And Scientists III
PHYSIOL 001 Introduction To Human Physiology

The learning outcomes associated with this knowledge and skills area may be met by passing with a grade of C or P or higher one course listed below. Any listed course may be used to meet the learning outcomes for any other knowledge and skills area for which it is approved. Online offerings can be found in the Schedule of Classes. Consult the college catalog for the most current requirements and other details.

Human Society and the Individual
Courses in Human Society and the Individual
RequiredOnline Option Available Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ADM JUS 001 Introduction To Administration Of Justice
ADM JUS 004 Principles And Procedures Of The Justice System
AFRO AM 002 The African American In Contemporary Urban Society
AFRO AM 004 The African American In The History Of The U.S. I
ANTHRO 102 Human Ways Of Life: Cultural Anthropology
ANTHRO 104 Human Language And Communication
ANTHRO 121 Anthropology Of Religion, Magic And Witchcraft
BUS 001 Introduction To Business
BUS 005 Business Law I
CH DEV 001 Child Growth And Development
CH DEV 042 Teaching In A Diverse Society
CHICANO 002 The Mexican-American In Contemporary Society
CHICANO 007 The Mexican-American In The History Of The United States I
CHICANO 008 The Mexican-American In The History Of The United States II
CHICANO 019 History Of Mexico
CHICANO 020 The Mexican-American In California
CHICANO 044 Mexican Civilization
CHICANO 047 The Mexican-American Woman In Society
CHICANO 071 The Chicano In Los Angeles
COMM 121 Interpersonal Communication
ECON 001 Principles Of Economics I
ECON 002 Principles of Economics II
ECON 010 Economic History Of The United States
EDUC 203 Education In American Society
FAM &CS 006 Challenges Of Aging
FAM &CS 021 Nutrition
FAM &CS 091 Life Management
GEOG 002 Cultural Elements Of Geography
GEOG 007 World Regional Geography
GEOG 014 Geography Of California
HISTORY 001 Introduction To Western Civilization I
HISTORY 002 Introduction To Western Civilization II
HISTORY 011 Political and Social History of the United States to 1877
HISTORY 012 Political and Social History of the United States from 1865
HISTORY 086 Introduction To World Civilization I
JOURNAL 100 Social Values In Mass Communication
LAW 001 Business Law I
LIB SCI 101 College Research Skills
LING 001 Introduction To Language And Linguistics
POL SCI 001 The Government Of The United States
POL SCI 002 Modern World Governments
POL SCI 003 Introduction To Political Science
POL SCI 005 The History Of Western Political Thought
POL SCI 007 Contemporary World Affairs
PSYCH 001 General Psychology I
PSYCH 002 Biological Psychology
PSYCH 013 Social Psychology
PSYCH 014 Abnormal Psychology
PSYCH 041 Life-Span Psychology: From Infancy To Old Age
PSYCH 052 Psychological Aspects Of Human Sexuality
SOC 001 Introduction To Sociology
SOC 002 American Social Problems
SOC 003 Crime And Delinquency
SOC 004 Sociological Analysis
SOC 007 Juvenile Delinquency
SOC 011 Race And Ethnic Relations
SOC 024 Social Psychology
SOC 028 The Family: A Sociological Approach
SOC 031 Sociology Of Gender


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Interstate Passport is based at the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, a 501c3 regional compact, located in Boulder, Colorado.
Funded in part by Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Lumina Foundation.



Interstate Passport
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE)
3035 Center Green Drive, Suite 200
Boulder, CO 80301-2204
Telephone 303.541.0261
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