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Interaction Design: Art, B.A.
Gain a broad liberal arts education and develop your skills in graphic design, interactive design or studio art.
Bioregional Planning & Community Design
Prepare to lead community-based planning and development for sustainable, economically healthy communities in Idaho and beyond.
Learn to apply the tools of economics to analyze problems and reach solutions in agriculture, the food industry, community development, natural resources, international trade and related fields.
Applied Physics: Physics, B.A/B.S.
Explore phenomena of the physical universe and gain the research, computer and technical skills for a future as a scientist, engineer or educator.
Prepare to solve the complex problems that face our forests, wildlife, fish, rangelands and natural resources.
Learn how to develop systems to clean and protect the environment and to make better use of natural resources.
Develop the broad-based scientific knowledge and research experiences to address problems related to water quality, water supply and other critical water issues.
Prepare to lead positive changes in education as a superintendent, principal or other education administrator.
Finance: Economics, B.S.
Examine how consumer spending, investments, stock markets and other financial drivers affect global economies.
Gain the scientific foundation for a future in environmental geology, water resources, earth science education, minerals exploration, the petroleum industry and more.
Music Education: Music, B.
Nurture your musical talent through performance, composition and intensive training in your instrument of choice.
Gain the teaching credentials and professional studio training to become a K-12 art teacher.
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