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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.
Natural Resources & Environmental Law: Law, J.D.
Develop the specialized expertise to solve legal problems in this highly technical and complex field.
Dietetics: Food & Nutrition, B.S.F.C.S.
Gain the skills and credentials to become a registered dietician in a clinical or community setting.
Learn what drives U.S. and global economies and explore the role of the economy in business decisions.
Ecohydrological Engineering: Biological & Agricultural Engineering, B.S.
Learn how to design systems for irrigation, runoff, erosion control in watersheds and stream restoration.
Plant Biotechnology: Sustainable Crop & Landscape Systems, B.S.Ag.L.S.
Learn how to improve plants for food, fuel, fiber and landscapes through modern molecular technology.
Explore different societies around the world and investigate human cultures of the past and present.
Learn the techniques, materials, tools and practical design skills for a professional career in interior design.
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.
Learn how to design and test electrical circuits and systems used in electronic devices, cell phones, computers, power systems, cars, airplanes and much more.
Composition-Jazz: Music, B.
Nurture your musical talent through performance, composition and intensive training in your instrument of choice.
Explore the psychology of the human mind and its role in decision-making, behaviors, relationships, work and more.
Explore the people, places and events of the past that have helped shape the world of the present.
Finance: Economics, B.S.
Examine how consumer spending, investments, stock markets and other financial drivers affect global economies.
Literature: English, B.A.
Turn a passion for reading and writing into a career as a teacher, writer, communications specialist or professional in many other fields.
Develop your professional skills as a writer of fiction, poetry or nonfiction.
Curriculum and Instruction
Improve your effectiveness as an educator with advanced teaching strategies and instructional techniques.
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