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General: Chemistry, B.S.
Learn how to manipulate chemicals and other substances to solve practical problems related to medicine, food, materials, national security, energy and more.
Explore the psychology of the human mind and its role in decision-making, behaviors, relationships, work and more.
Develop the skills to plan and design bridges, highways, airports, large complexes, flood- and pollution-control systems, and much more.
Develop advanced skills for professional practice and perform research to address a real-world problem within the context of your own organization.
Adult Organizational Learning & Leadership
Gain the skills to teach or manage education and training programs in your field of technical expertise.
Bioregional Planning & Community Design
Prepare to lead community-based planning and development for sustainable, economically healthy communities in Idaho and beyond.
Gain the solid science-based knowledge to ensure healthy fish populations in fisheries, lakes and rivers.
Career & Technical Education
Learn to teach youth and adults the practical job skills they need to enter and succeed in today’s workforce.
Learn about the history, policies and challenges that drive governments and political systems around the world.
Costumes: Theatre Arts, M.F.A.
Prepare for a career performing, directing, writing or designing for professional theatre.
Business & Marketing: Career & Technical Education, B.S.
Prepare to teach business, marketing, and business technologies at the high-school or post-secondary level.
Conservation Science: Natural Resource Conservation, B.S.
Learn to communicate and manage today’s conservation and natural resource issues in a variety of professional settings.
Build your international awareness and fluency in a foreign language for careers in business, economics, government and other fields.
Composition-Jazz: Music, B.
Nurture your musical talent through performance, composition and intensive training in your instrument of choice.
Agricultural Engineering: Biological & Agricultural Engineering, B.S.
Learn how to design better equipment, tools and processes for producing, storing, transporting and processing agricultural products.
Learn geographic methods and techniques to address complex issues related to the environment, natural resources, populations, and political and economic systems.
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