Explore the Possibilities

Community classes are opportunities to dive deep into your preferred interests. These classes provide unique experiences that will feed your curiosity in a wide variety of subjects such as: art, technology, outdoor and cultural topics. Choose to turn your fly cast into an art or study the rock and roll band, the Beatles.

The sky is the limit when you tailor your education to your hobbies and interests.

Seats are Limited! Register Today. Classes Begin August 29th.

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Communication Classes Arts Category Image

15 Weeks, 8/29 – 12/12
6:00 – 7:30 PM, Mondays
MUSC-1440-01 (1 credit)
Instructor: Key, G.
Cost: $161 (WY Resident)
Whitney Building

This course is a music ensemble which provides opportunities for participants to rehearse and perform in an organized group setting.

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15 Weeks, 8/30 – 12/15
4:00 – 5:15 PM, Tues. & Thurs.
MUSC-1415-01 (3 credits)
Instructor: Erickson, C.
Cost: $483 (WY Resident)
Whitney Building

This course explores the use of computers in music creation. Emphasis centers on contemporary production techniques, hardware, software programs, and operating systems. This course assumes no prior experience with music or computer training.

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15 Weeks, 8/30 – 12/13
4:00 – 7:00 PM, Tuesdays
THEA-1200-01 (3 credits)
Instructor: Graffin Estrada, L.
Cost: $483 (WY Resident)
WYO Theater

This course is an introduction and exploration of the visual and aesthetic principles of design in direct relationship to stage design including, scenery, costumes, and lighting.

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15 Weeks, 8/29 – 12/16
TBD, Fridays/Weekends
MUSC-2465-03 (1 credit)
Instructor: Bergman, R.
Cost: $161 (WY Resident)
WYO Theater

This course allows students to investigate a selected topic in music. This course will complement the Met Opera showings put on by the WYO Theater, downtown Sheridan. The dates and times will be set once the Wyo Theater releases their season information.

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15 Weeks, 8/31 – 12/14
 4:00 PM – 5:50 PM, Wednesdays
MUSC-2410-01 (2 credits)
Instructor: Erickson, C.
Cost: $322 (WY Resident)

This course serves as an introduction to the theory, methods, and equipment used in live sound reinforcement, mixing, and recording. Topics include sound theory and acoustics, cables, connectors, mixers, amplifiers, signal processors, microphones, and loudspeakers. Common mixing and recording practices are explored. Qualifications and duties of a professional sound operator are also examined.

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8 Weeks, 8/30 – 10/11
 6:00 PM – 8:15 PM, Tuesdays
ART-1490-01 (1 credit)
Instructor: Dugal, R.
Cost: $186 (WY Resident, includes lab fee)
Whitney Building

Have you ever wanted to learn to make pottery on the wheel? This class will cover the A to Z of making utilitarian pottery in a studio environment. Demonstrations and hands on instruction will have you making clay cups, bowls, mugs and whatever forms your imagination can dream up! We will also explore the social, political, and cultural context within historic and contemporary ceramics. No experience necessary, we will teach you all you need to know.

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8 Weeks, 10/25 – 12/13
5:30 PM – 7:15 PM, Tuesdays
MUSC-2465-02 (1 credit)
Instructor: Erickson, C.
Cost: $161 (WY Resident)
Whitney Building

This course allows students to investigate a selected topic in music. This course will focus on The Beatles.

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Tech classes

15 Weeks, 8/30 – 12/13
 5:15 PM – 6:30 PM, Tuesdays
CMAP-1505-01 (1.5 credits)
Instructor: TBD
Cost: $241.50 (WY Resident)
Whitney Building

This is an introductory course in computer literacy, featuring a hands-on approach to working with the browser-based tools now commonly used in college courses and many jobs. The course will cover the basics of cloudbased word processing tools and options for file and folder management and backup. Additional topics to be addressed may include web etiquette and consumer safety (how to protect personal and financial information while working online, how to protect yourself from scams and phishing, and how to validate information you find online) *This is a hybrid class; part will be conducted face to face and part will be conducted online.

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15 Weeks, 8/30 – 12/15
5:30 PM – 8:20 PM, Tues. & Thurs.
WELD-1700-01 (4 credits)
Instructor: Warr, S.
Cost: $644 (WY Resident)
Technical Center

This course provides training for students in the basic skills needed to use welding as a tool. Students in the programs of diesel, machine tool, construction, electrical, agriculture, and members of the community who wish to develop welding skills should enroll in this class.

15 Weeks, 8/30 – 12/15
6:00 PM – 9:15 PM, Tues. & Thurs.
MCHT-1900-01 (4 credits)
Instructor: Cone, D.
Cost: $644 (WY Resident)
Technical Center

This course introduces students to basic work on firearms. The course reviews the safe handling of firearms and introduces the details of the cleaning and care of firearms. The course covers the use, care, and construction of hand tools used in gunsmithing, as well as the use and care of precision measurement tools common to gunsmithing.

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15 Weeks, 8/29 – 12/14
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM, Mon. & Wed.
MCHT-1500-01 (4 credits)
Instructor: TBD
Cost: $644 (WY Resident)
Technical Center

This course is a one semester course designed to help the learner become interested in and familiar with basic machine tool practices needed to produce metal parts to specifications. Area of concentration is on shop safety, print reading and machining on a lathe.

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15 Weeks, 8/30 – 12/15
6:00 PM – 8:50 PM, Tues. & Thurs.
HLTK-1670-01 (4 credits)
Instructor: Buss, M.
Cost: $644 (WY Resident)
Broadway Center

This course provides fundamentals and training for the pre-hospital emergency care provider. Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive Wyoming State certification from the Department of Health Emergency Medical Services as a First Responder.

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8 Week Class, 9/1 – 10/20
6:00 PM – 8:45 PM, Thursdays
PEAC-1490-02 (1 credit)
Instructor: TBD.
Cost: $161 (WY Resident)
Whitney Building

This course is designed to provide students with a basic knowledge of fly fishing. Lessons will include basic knots, casting techniques, and uses of artificial flies. Students will have the opportunity to develop and enhance their skills while experiencing fly fishing as an art. Students will also examine outdoor ethics and licensure requirements.

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8 Week Class, 10/27 – 12/15
6:00 PM – 8:45 PM, Thursdays
PEAC-1490-01 (1 credit)
Instructor: TBD
Cost: $161 (WY Resident)
Whitney Building

This course is designed to provide students with a basic knowledge of fly tying. Lessons will include basic knots and uses of artificial flies. Students will have the opportunity to develop and enhance their skills while experiencing fly tying as an art.

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8 Weeks, 9/2 – 10/21
1:00 PM 4:10 PM, Fridays
FDSC-1490-01, (1 credit)
Instructor: Atkinson, R.
Cost: $161 (WY Resident) + additional lab fee $100.
Mars Ag Center

This class will mostly be held at Western Heritage Meat Company well timed in the Fall for hunters who want to process their own meat.

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15 Weeks, 8/30 – 12/15
 12:00 PM – 12:50 PM, Tues. & Thurs.
PEAC-1294-01 (1 credit)
Instructor: Koltiska, S.
Cost: $161 (WY Resident)

The course will give an overview of different styles of Yoga, its history, and purpose. The postures (asanas), breath and correct body mechanics for each posture will be addressed, along with contraindications and modification for limitations.

Other Interests Category Image

1 Semester, 8/29 – 12/14
5:15 PM -7:20 PM, Mon. & Wed.
ASL-1010-01 (5 credits)
Instructor: Townsend, A.
Cost: $805 (WY Resident)
Mars Agricultural Center

This course identifies basic expressive and receptive American Sign Language (ASL) used by the Deaf community in the United States. Students will recognize and reproduce syntactically accurate vocabulary, facial grammar and storytelling techniques while examining Deaf culture elements. Full emersion methods are employed to enhance the student learning process. ASL will be taught within contexts and related to general surroundings and everyday life experiences.

15 Weeks, 8/29 – 12/14
5:15 PM 6:45 PM, Mon.& Wed.
HIST-2290-01 (3 credits)
Instructor: Sprague, D.
Cost: $483 (WY Resident)
Whitney Building

This course covers Native American history from European arrival through the 20th century. The course considers Indian political, social, legal, and economic continuity and change. It also considers ways in which Indian people have experienced and responded to times of dramatic change.

15 Weeks, 8/30 – 12/15
5:15 PM 6:30 PM, Tues.& Thurs.
COMM-1030-01 (3 credits)
Instructor: Reed, J.
Cost: $483 (WY Resident)
Whitney Building

The quality of communication in everyday relationships is a fundamental element of personal satisfaction as well as a cornerstone of civil society. Students investigate the interpersonal process systematically to understand how interpersonal communication not only affects their relationships but also influences their health, happiness, and quality of life.

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8 Weeks, 10/26 – 12/14
6:00 PM – 8:15 PM, Wednesdays
ENGL-1490-01 (1 credit)
Instructor: Julian, T.
Cost: $161 (WY Resident)
Whitney Building

This course will serve as an introduction to the writing of poetry with intensive practice in poetry writing in a community-oriented classroom. The course combines the study of published poetry with the study of craft. We’ll dive deeply into texts that interrogate rural spaces: the place where town meets country, humanity collides with nature, and you can see the mountains from your back porch. After this analysis, we’ll ask, “How do we capture this space in our own poems?” and write. Students will leave the class having written poetry that engages with the rural, the place we call home, and the work of their classmates and well-known established poets.

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8 Weeks, 8/29 – 10/10
5:15 PM 6:50 PM, Mondays
PSYC-2465-01 (1 credit)
Instructor: Reed, J., Kristiansen, R.
Cost: $161 (WY Resident)
Whitney Building

This course is designed to encourage critical thinking and discussion in areas of special problems in psychology. This course will focus on Division and Conflict from a social science perspective.

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8 Weeks, 8/29 – 10/21
Online course + 1 day lecture

EDUC-1501-01 (1 credit)

Instructor: Pollard, T.
Cost: $161 (WY Resident)
Broadway Center

This course is for students looking to become substitute teachers in Wyoming who have not completed the required number of college credits. Students will expand their awareness of classroom management techniques, increase knowledge of effective teaching behaviors and develop a teaching resource file. Observation hours are also required in this course per state requirement for a WY Substitute Permit.

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Within business hours? Call 307-675-0500 and talk with an Admissions Specialist