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Accountancy (M.Acct.)
Develop an advanced understanding of concepts in auditing, reporting, taxes, corporate accounting and more.
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Adult\Organizational Learning & Leadership (M.S., Ed. Specialist)
Attain the skills to become a leader, manager and educator in your field of expertise.
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Agricultural Education (M.S.)
Master the skills and techniques of teaching youth and adults through agricultural education.
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Animal Physiology (Ph.D.)
Select a specialization in animal growth, nutrition or reproduction.
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Animal Science (M.S.)
In two years you will learn to collect and analyze data that contributes to innovations in animal science.
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Anthropology (M.A.)
Engage in the advanced study of prehistoric and historical archaeology, sociocultural anthropology, American Indian studies and physical anthropology.
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Applied Economics (M.S.)
Conduct studies that inform decisions and contribute to legislation about agricultural production and processing and rural economies.
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Architecture (M.Arch, M.S.)
Advance your expertise in a specific area of architecture by working with faculty experts to engage in high level study and research.
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Art (M.F.A.)
Undergo intensive studio training to prepare for a career in academia or as a professional artist.
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Athletic Training (D.AT.)
The practice of athletic training encompasses the prevention, examination and diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of chronic and acute medical conditions.
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Bioinformatics & Computational Biology (M.S., Ph.D)
Study and research biological, computational and mathematical sciences to prepare to manage, understand and apply genetic and molecular biological data.
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Biological and Agricultural Engineering (M.S., M.E., Ph.D)
Specialize in water resources, bioremediation, or bioenergy. Learn to develop methods and tools to improve soil and water conditions.
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Biology (M.S., Ph.D.)
Develop a high-level understanding in all levels of biological analysis with outstanding research opportunities.
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Bioregional Planning & Community Design (M.S.)
Prepare to be an effective planner with the ability to work with communities and organizations in the development of sustainable communities.
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Career & Technical Education (M.Ed.,Ed.S., Ph.D)
Explore how technology enhances learning in specialized environments and prepare to meet the diverse learning needs of the classroom.
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Chemical Engineering (M.Engr, M.S., Ph.D)
Combine the sciences of chemistry and biology with the discipline of engineering to work in such broad fields as energy, semiconductors, petrochemicals, and biofuels.
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Chemistry (M.S., Ph.D.)
Prepare for a career in research, teaching or applied chemistry through course work and research in disciplinary or cross-disciplinary projects.
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Civil Engineering (M.Engr, M.S.,Ph.D.)
Gain the comprehensive expertise, practical experience, exceptional faculty guidance and professional connections you need for a rewarding and challenging career in civil engineering.
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Computer Engineering (M.Engr, M.S.)
Explore the concepts and methodologies needed for the design, analysis, interfacing and utilization of hardware and software digital systems.
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Computer Science (M.S., Ph.D)
Develop your critical thinking, investigatory and expository skills for a deeper understanding of the limitations and possibilities of using computers to solve problems.
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Rehabilitation Counseling & Human Services (M.Ed. and M.S.)
Prepares students to work in state or federal agencies, private or nonprofit rehabilitation agencies, hospitals, corrections, community mental health clinics, and private practice
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Creative Writing (M.F.A.)
Enhance the craft and methods of literary writing.
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Curriculum & Instruction (M.Ed.,Ed.S., Ph.D)
Prepare to serve as a professional curriculum specialist with instruction in curriculum theory, curriculum evaluation, design and planning.
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Education (Ed.D., Ph.D)
Prepares dedicated individuals across the state, country and beyond for careers in the education field including Curriculum and Instruction, Movement Sciences and Leadership Counseling.
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Educational Leadership (M.Ed.; Ed. Specialist)
Gain the special training, certifications and competencies for a career as a K-12 principal, superintendent or higher education administrator.
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Electrical Engineering (M.Engr., M.S., Ph.D.)
Be on the cutting edge of technologies such as power/energy systems, electromagnetic radiowave propagation, electronic packaging and microelectronics.
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Engineering Management (M.Engr.)
The Engineering Management Program is designed for engineering professionals moving into technical management roles.
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English (M.A.)
Prepare for a career teaching college-level composition/literature, advertising, editing, technical/business writing and digital media.
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Entomology (M.S., Ph.D.)
Work side-by-side your professors to solve complex biological and ecological problems in which insects are crop pests, beneficial organisms or carriers of human diseases.
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Environmental Engineering (M.Engr., M.S.)
Design equipment and manage industrial processes that make efficient and sustainable use of natural resources.
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Environmental Science (M.S., Ph.D.)
Prepare to solve environmental challenges with proven, systematic approaches based on an understanding of Earth's ecosystems.
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Executive MBA (M.B.A.)
Take your organization and your career to the next level of performance through this rigorous executive graduate program.
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Family And Consumer Sciences (M.S.)
Use scientific research methods to understand issues of human development, family relations, personal and family finance, nutrition, and community.
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Food Science (M.S.,Ph.D.)
Apply microbiology, chemistry, nutrition, and engineering to develop new food products, improve the safety and quality of food products, and design safer and more energy-efficient food processes.
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Geography (M.S., Ph.D.)
Prepare for a career in research, development, consulting and applied research in geographical analysis and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
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Geological Engineering (M.S.)
This program take a combination of courses in such areas as geological engineering, civil engineering (soil mechanics), hydrogeology, and site characterization.
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Geology (M.S., Ph.D.)
Prepare for a professional career in earth sciences with research-based skills and theoretical knowledge of astronomy, tectonics, paleontology, biology, chemistry, geography and physics
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History (M.A., M.A.T., Ph.D.)
Prepare for a career as an educator, curator, writer or researcher with a specialization in the history of modern Europe, modern U.S. or the history of the North American West
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Hydrology (M.S.)
Prepare for a professional career in water resources with the advanced study of physical, chemical and biological interaction of water with rocks, minerals and with living organisms
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Landscape Architecture (M.L.A.)
Enhance your professional expertise with a specific focus on the role of the bioregional and cultural landscape as determinates in landscape architecture research and practice.
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Law (J.D.)
Position yourself for a successful career in law or business with a comprehensive legal education and professional experiences from Idaho's only law school
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Materials Science and Engineering (M.S., Ph.D.)
Use an understanding of the physical, chemical and biological properties of materials to select materials for specific applications.
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Mathematics (M.A.T., M.S., Ph.D.)
Examine advanced math concepts and skills to prepare for a career in teaching, business, science and engineering, or in research.
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Mechanical Engineering (M.Engr., M.S., Ph.D.)
Apply the principles of science and technology to convert the energy from natural resources to provide power for lighting, heating, cooling and transportation.
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Microbiology, Molecular Biology And Biochemistry (M.S., Ph.D.)
Contribute to the scientific knowledge of society’s most pressing problems from disease to pollution, and help find solutions.
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Movement & Leisure Sciences (M.S.)
Learn to become a leader for healthy active living, promoting physical activity for individuals and shaping healthy communities.
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Music (M.A., M.Mus.)
Enhance your expertise and knowledge as a music historian with a M.A in Music or pursue a M.Mus. in Accompanying, Composition, Music Education, Performance, Piano Pedagogy or Performance Studies.
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Natural Resources (M.S., M.N.R., Ph.D.)
Prepare to work in higher-level management or administrative positions that are focused on solving natural resource and environmental issues.
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Neuroscience (M.S., Ph.D.)
Engage in the advanced study and in exciting research programs in neurobiology, cognitive neuroscience and computational neuroscience.
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Nuclear Engineering (M.Engr., M.S., Ph.D.)
Providing superior education opportunities for engineers and scientists in nuclear engineering and to prepare them for successful careers in research, industry, government, and education.
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PSM-Natural Resources & Environmental Sciences (P.S.M.)
The PSM is an innovative interdisciplinary degree that prepares graduates for science careers in business, government, or nonprofit sectors.
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Physical Education (M.Ed.)
Lead, serve and research learning and teaching as they apply to character in physical activity settings. Students may work with the Center for Ethics to study the topics of morals and ethics in sport.
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Physics (M.S., Ph.D.)
Prepare for a physics-related career in industry or government with a foundation in fundamental physics and an understanding of critical problem-solving techniques and tools
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Plant Science (M.S., Ph.D.)
Prepare for a career that addresses critical human needs both here and abroad – and enjoy the perpetual challenges of this ever-evolving science.
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Political Science (M.A., Ph.D.)
Explore advanced studies of political processes and the relationship among individuals and government.
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Psychology: Human Factors (M.S.)
Learn to apply advanced psychological theory and research to real-world issues.
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Public Administration (M.P.A.)
Theories and practices of administration, management, and social sciences research as these relate to effective performance in public organizations
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Soil & Land Resources (M.S., Ph.D.)
Learn the amazingly complex chemical and biological processes that shape the soil ecosystem; develop valued expertise in managing soils and conserving soil and water quality.
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Special Education (M.Ed.)
Develop the consulting, supervisory and administrative competencies needed for leadership roles in public school special education programs
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Statistical Science (M.S.)
Learn to collect, analyze and interpret data and statistical principles for application in business and economics, agriculture, government or biomedical fields
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Teaching English as a Second Language (M.A.)
Prepare to teach post-secondary English as a second language
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Technology Management (M.S.)
Technology Management is geared towards individuals from a variety of fields who want to move into management positions in a technical organization.
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Theatre Arts (M.F.A.)
Prepare for a career in professional theatre with the option to specialize in performance, directing, or design and technology.
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Water Resources (M.S., Ph.D.)
Learn to manage serious water issues and prepare to lead interdisciplinary solutions for sustainable water resources.
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