Locations

Office of the Registrar

registrar@uidaho.edu  
Phone: (208) 885-6731
Fax: (208) 885-9061
875 Perimeter Dr MS 4260
Moscow, ID 83844-4260

Office Hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm*
Student Union Building, Room 119

*The Registrar's Office holds a bi-weekly staff meeting every other Tuesday. The office will open one hour later on those days.

State Board of Education Core

A student who has had their transfer work evaluated and has not yet completed the State Board Core requirements, must complete those requirements using current University of Idaho courses.  The courses that the student may use are restricted to approved core courses that fall within the guidelines of the Idaho State Board of Education.  The section below details the exact courses a student may use to complete their State Board Core requirements.

A minimum of 36 credits is required from the following categories:

  • Communications: 1 course (2 credits)
    Coursework in this area enhances students' ability to communicate clearly, correctly, logically, and persuasively in spoken English.  Disciplines: Speech, Rhetoric, and Debate.
         COMM 101 Fundamentals of Public Speaking (2 cr)
         ENGL 207 Persuasive Writing (3 cr)
         ENGL 208 Personal & Exploratory Writing (3 cr)
         ENGL 313 Business Writing (3 cr)
         ENGL 316 Environmental Writing (3 cr)
         ENGL 317 Technical Writing (3 cr)
         PHIL 102 Reason & Rhetoric (2 cr)

  • English Composition: 1 course (3-6 credits, depending on initial placement results)
    In meeting this goal, students must be able to express themselves in clear, logical, and grammatically correct written English. Up to six credits may be exempt by ACT, SAT, CLEP, or other institution accepted testing procedure.
         ENGL 102 College Writing and Rhetoric (3 cr)

  • Behavioral and Social Science: 2 courses (6 credits)
    Coursework in this area provides instruction in: (1) the history and cultures of civilization; (2) the ways political and/or economic organizations, structures, and institutions function and influence thought and behavior; and (3) the scientific method as it applies to social science research.  Disciplines: Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology.   Note: Courses must be distributed over two different disciplines.
         ANTH 100 Introduction to Anthropology (3 cr)
         ANTH 220 Peoples of the World (3 cr)
         ANTH 261 Language and Culture (3 cr)
         ANTH 329 North American Indians (3 cr)
         ANTH 462 Human Issues in International Development (3 cr)
         COMM 233 Interpersonal Communication (3 cr)
         COMM 335 Intercultural Communication (3 cr)
         COMM 410 Conflict Management (3 cr)
         ECON 201 Principles of Macroeconomics (3 cr)
         ECON 202 Principles of Microeconomics (3 cr)
         ECON 272 Foundations of Economic Analysis (4 cr)
         FLEN 307 The European Union (3 cr)
         FLEN 308 European Immigration and Integration (3 cr)
         FOR 235 Society & Natural Resources (3 cr)
         GEOG 165 Human Geography (3 cr)
         GEOG 200 World Regional Geography (3 cr)
         GEOG 365 Political Geography (3 cr)
         HIST 101 History of Civilization (3 cr)
         HIST 102 History of Civilization (3 cr)
         HIST 111 Introduction to U.S. History (3 cr)
         HIST 112 Introduction to U.S. History (3 cr)
         HIST 270 Introduction to Greek and roman Civilization (3 cr)
         HIST 380 Disease and Culture: History of Western Medicine (3 cr)
         IS 325 The Contemporary Muslim World (3 cr)
         IS 326 Africa Today (3 cr)
         IS 350 Sports and International Affairs (3 cr)
         POLS 101 Introduction to Political Science and American Government (3 cr)
         POLS 205 Introduction to Comparative Politics (3 cr)
         POLS 237 International Politics (3 cr)
         POLS 275 American State and Local Government (3 cr)
         POLS 331 American Political Parties and Elections (3 cr)
         POLS 332 American Congress (3 cr)
         POLS 333 American Political Culture (3 cr)
         POLS 338 American Foreign Policy (3 cr)
         POLS 360 Law and Society (3 cr)
         POLS 381 European Politics (3 cr)
         PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology (3 cr)
         SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (3 cr)
         SOC 230 Social Problems (3 cr)
         SOC 250 Social Conflict (3 cr)
         SOC 301 Introduction to Diversity and Stratification (3 cr)
         SOC 323 Political Economy (3 cr)
         SOC 336 Comparative Criminal Justice Systems (3 cr)
         SOC 340 Social Change and Globalization(3 cr)
         SOC 343 Political Sociology (3 cr)
         SOC 350 Food, Culture, and Society (3 cr)
         SOC 422 Religion, Culture, and Society (3 cr)
         SOC 423 Social Class and Stratification (3 cr)
         SOC 424 Sociology of Gender (3 cr)
         SOC 427 Racial and Ethnic Relations (3 cr)
         SOC 431 Personal and Social Issues of Aging (3 cr)
         SOC 439 Inequalities in the Justice System (3 cr)
         SOC 440 Post-Colonialism (3 cr)
         SOC 450 Dynamics of Social Protest (3 cr)

  • Humanities, Fine Arts, and Foreign Language: 2 courses (6 credits)
    Coursework in this area provides instruction in: (1) the creative process; (2) history and aesthetic principles of the fine arts; (3) philosophy and the arts as media for exploring the human condition and examining values; and (4) communication skills in a foreign language.  Disciplines: Art, Philosophy, Literature, Music, Drama/Theater, and Foreign Languages.
         AMST 301 Studies in American Culture (3 cr)
         ART 100 World Art and Culture (3 cr)
         ART 205 Visual Culture (3 cr)
         ART 213 History and Theory of Modern Design I (3 cr)
         ART 302 Modern Art and Theory (3 cr)
         ART 382 History of Photography (3 cr)
         ART 407 New Media (3 cr)
         DAN 100 Dance in Society (3 cr)
         ENGL 175 Introduction to Literary Genres (3 cr)
         ENGL 221 History of World Cinema I (3 cr)
         ENGL 222 History of World Cinema II (3 cr)
         ENGL 257 Literature of Western Civilization (3 cr)
         ENGL 258 Literature of Western Civilization (3 cr)
         ENGL 341 Survey of British Literature (3 cr)
         ENGL 342 Survey of British Literature (3 cr)
         ENGL 343 Survey of American Literature (3cr)
         ENGL 344 Survey of American Literature (3 cr)
         ENGL 345 Shakespeare (3 cr)
         ENGL 375 The Bible as Literature (3 cr)
         FLEN 210 Intro to Classical Mythology (3 cr)
         FLEN 313 French/Francophone Literature in Translation (3 cr)
         FLEN 324 German Literature in Translation (3 cr)
         FLEN 331 Japanese Anime (3 cr)
         FLEN 391 Hispanic Film (3 cr)
         FLEN 393 Spanish Literature in Translation (3 cr)
         FLEN 394 Latin American Literature in Translation (3 cr)
         HIST 350 The Age of Enlightenment:European Culture & Ideas 1680-1800 (3 cr)
         HIST 357 Women in Pre-Modern European History (3 cr)
         HIST 366 Modern European Culture & Intellectural History 1880-1980 (3 cr)
         HIST 442 The Medieval Church: Europe in Early & High Middle Ages (3 cr)
         HIST 443 The Medieval State: Europe in High & Late Middle Ages (3 cr)
         HIST 447 The Renaissance (3 cr)
         HIST 448 The Reformation (3 cr)
         IS 370 African Community, Culture, and Music (1-3 cr)
         MUSH 101 Survey of Music (3 cr)
         MUSH 111 Introduction to Music Literature (3 cr)
         MUSH 201 History of Rock and Roll (3 cr)
         PHIL 103 Ethics (3 cr)
         PHIL 201 Critical Thinking (3 cr)
         PHIL 240 Belief and Reality (3 cr)
         PHIL 351 Philosophy of Science (3 cr)
         PHIL 361 Professional Ethics (3 cr)
         THE 101 Introduction to the Theatre (3 cr)
         THE 468 Theatre History I (3 cr)
         THE 469 Theatre History II (3 cr)
         WMST 201 Introduction to Women's Studies (3 cr)

  • Natural Science: 2 courses (7 credits)
    Coursework in this area: (1) provides an understanding of how the biological and physical sciences explain the natural world and (2) introduces the basic concepts and terminology of the natural sciences.  Disciplines: Biology, Chemistry, Physical Geography, Geology, and Physics. Note: Courses may be distributed over two different disciplines and must have at least one accompanying laboratory experience.
         BIOL 102 Biology & Society (4 cr)
         BIOL 115 Cells & the Evolution of Life (4 cr)
         BIOL 116 Organisms & Environments (4 cr)
         BIOL 250 and 255 General Microbiology & Lab (5 cr)
         CHEM 101 Introduction to Chemistry I (4 cr) OR
             CHEM 111 Principles of Chemistry I (4 cr)
         CHEM 112 Principles of Chemistry II (5 cr)
         CORS 206-297 Integrated Science (3 or 4 cr)
         ENVS 101 Intro to Environmental Science AND
             ENVS 102 Field Activities in Env Science (4 cr)
         GEOG 100 Physical Geography (4 cr)
         GEOL 101 Physical Geology (4 cr)
         GEOL 102 Historical Geology (4 cr)
         MMBB 154 and 155 Introductory Microbiology & Lab (4 cr)
         PHYS 100 Fundamentals of Physics (4 cr)
         PHYS 103 and 104 General Astronomy & Lab (4 cr)
         PHYS 111 General Physics I (4 cr)
         PHYS 112 General Physics II (4 cr)
         PHYS 211 Engineering Physics I (4 cr)
         PHYS 212 Engineering Physics II (4 cr)
         SOIL 205 and 206 The Soil Ecosystem & Lab (4 cr)

  • Mathematics: 1 course (3 credits)
    Coursework in this area is intended to develop logical reasoning processes; skills in the use of space, numbers, symbols, and formulas; and the ability to apply mathematical skills to solve problems. Disciplines: College Algebra, Calculus, Finite Mathematics, and Statistics.
         CS 101 Intro to Computer Science (3 cr)
         CS 112 Intro to Problem Solving & Programming (3 cr)
         MATH 123 Mathematics Applied to the Modern World (3 cr)
         MATH 130 Finite Mathematics (3 cr)
         MATH 137 Algebra with Applications (3 cr)
         MATH 143 Pre-calculus Algebra & Analytic Geometry (3 cr)
         MATH 160 Survey of Calculus (4 cr)
         MATH 170 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I (4 cr)
         MATH 175 Analytic Geometry & Calculus II (4 cr)
         MATH 275 Analytic Geometry & Calculus III (3 cr)
         STAT 150 Intro to Statistics (3 cr)
         STAT 251 Statistical Methods (3 cr)