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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.
Workplace Relations: 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.
Prepare to lead positive changes in education as a superintendent, principal or other education administrator.
Become prepared to teach a specific subject area to students in middle school or high school.
Gain the industry knowledge and practical teaching skills to become a secondary school teacher of agriculture (grades 6–12).
Materials Science & Engineering
Learn how to design, develop and test new materials used in aerospace, microelectronics, energy systems, biomedical devices, cars, and many other types of products.
Photography & Digital Imaging: Art Education, B.S.
Gain the teaching credentials and professional studio training to become a K-12 art teacher.
Gain the managerial skills to move into a technical management position in business, industry or government.
Performance: Theatre Arts, B.F.A.
Gain the on-stage experience and production and performance skills for a future in live theater, film or television.
Examine the structure of human society and its connection to behaviors, attitudes and opportunities.
Explore phenomena of the physical universe and gain the research, computer and technical skills for a future as a scientist, engineer or educator.
Develop the newsgathering, production and writing skills for a career in print, broadcast or online journalism.
Environmental Engineering: Biological & Agricultural Engineering, B.S.
Learn how to develop systems to clean and protect the environment and to make better use of natural resources.
Develop your professional skills as a writer of fiction, poetry or nonfiction.
Learn how to protect our forests and natural resources through the development and use of renewable wood-based products and sustainable building materials.
Nurture your musical talent through performance, composition and intensive training in your instrument of choice.
Learn what drives U.S. and global economies and explore the role of the economy in business decisions.
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