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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.
Graphic Design: Art, B.A.
Gain a broad liberal arts education and develop your skills in graphic design, interactive design or studio art.
Engineering & Technology: Career & Technical Education, B.S.
Prepare to teach engineering and technology subjects at a high school, community college, or in an industrial setting.
Prepare for specific career goals with a self-designed major that blends learning in the liberal arts and sciences.
Gain the management, planning and budgeting skills for a leadership role in a public agency or nonprofit organization.
Microbiology, Molecular Biology & Biochemistry
Prepare to lead research and advance scientific knowledge that could cure and treat diseases, improve agriculture, eliminate toxic waste and more.
Soil & Land Resources: Sustainable Crop & Landscape Systems, B.S.
Study soil systems and learn how to improve soil and water quality for a healthier environment, better farming, and safer development.
Pre-Medical: Chemistry, B.S.
Prepare for entrance into medical, dental or other professional school while forming a solid chemistry foundation and research skills.
Explore the psychology of the human mind and its role in decision-making, behaviors, relationships, work and more.
Prepare to solve the complex problems that face our forests, wildlife, fish, rangelands and natural resources.
Explore the science of life through the study of biological concepts like evolution, genetics, physiology, anatomy, ecology and more.
Finance: Economics, B.S.
Examine how consumer spending, investments, stock markets and other financial drivers affect global economies.
Organizational Communication: Organizational Sciences, B.S.
Develop the leadership and communication skills to become a better manager in corporate, health care, non-profits, government, and other professional settings.
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