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It's your interactive way to discover degrees and majors at the University of Idaho. With a new look and additional functionality, we've added even more features to help you find the major for you. Use the search, browse and A-Z sections below to get started exploring based on your interests, desired careers, goals and more. And when you're ready, click the Request Info button, give us a bit of information and get even more about that field — directly in your inbox.
Explore phenomena of the physical universe and gain the research, computer and technical skills for a future as a scientist, engineer or educator.
Native Law: Law, J.D.
Learn how tribal, state and federal law intersect and apply this knowledge to address pressing issues surrounding Native-American law.
Explore the people, places and events of the past that have helped shape the world of the present.
Early Childhood Development & Education
Gain the skills to become a certified teacher or special educator for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and children in grades K-3.
Study the complex workings of the nervous system and prepare to advance the scientific understanding of the human brain and spinal cord.
Biotechnology and Plant Genomics
Learn how to improve plants for food, fuel, fiber and landscapes through modern molecular technology.
Prepare to lead positive changes in education as a superintendent, principal or other education administrator.
Career & Technical Education
Learn to teach youth and adults the practical job skills they need to enter and succeed in today’s workforce.
Gain the creative skills and media knowledge to work in the billion-dollar advertising industry.
PGA Golf Management: Marketing, B.S.
Develop the business knowledge and golf skills to transform your passion for golf into a professional career on the course.
Learn to speak, read, and write the French language while exploring and experiencing the culture.
Healthy Active Lifestyles
Develop the research and teaching experiences for a career as a professor at a university or college.
Latin American Studies
Build your knowledge about Latin American countries and their growing political and economic importance in the world.
Adult Organizational Learning & Leadership
Gain the skills to teach or manage education and training programs in your field of technical expertise.
Agricultural Economics: Agribusiness Emphasis
Learn about management, marketing, finance, economics, policy, and other business topics in the context of agriculture and the food industry.
Criminology: Sociology, B.A./B.S.
Examine the structure of human society and its connection to behaviors, attitudes and opportunities.
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