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.

UI 2012+ General Education

  • Communication — ENGL 102 plus 1 additional class — 5 credits
          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)

  • Natural and Applied Sciences — 7-8 credits
         BIOL 102 and 102L Biology & Society (4 cr)
         BIOL 115 Cells & the Evolution of Life (4 cr)
         BIOL 116 Organisms & Environments (4 cr)
         CHEM 101 Intro 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 Environmental Sciences (4 cr)
         GEOG 100 and 101L Physical Geography (4 cr)
         GEOL 101 and 101L Physical Geology (4 cr)
         GEOL 102 and102L Historical Geology (4 cr)
         MMBB 154 and 155 Introductory Microbiology and Lab (4 cr)
         MMBB 250 and 255 General Microbiology and Lab (5 cr)
         PHYS 100 and 100L Fundamentals of Physics (4 cr)
         PHYS 103 and 104 General Astronomy and Lab (4 cr)
         PHYS 111 and 111L General Physics I and Lab (4 cr)
         PHYS 112 and 112L General Physics II and Lab (4 cr)
         PHYS 211 and 211L Engineering Physics I and Lab (4 cr)
         PHYS 212 and 212L Engineering Physics II and Lab (4 cr)
         SOIL 205 and 206 The Soil Ecosystem and Lab (4 cr)>

  • Mathematics, Statistics, or Computer Science — 3 credits
         CS 101 Introduction to Computer Science (3 cr)
         CS 112 Introduction 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 Introduction to Statistics (3 cr)
         STAT 251 Statistical Methods (3 cr)

  • General Core Studies — 18 credits
    Students must complete at least one upper-division course, and must complete courses from at least three different disciplines. Integrated Seminar courses may not be counted toward the three discipline requirement.
    1. Integrated Seminar: One course from ISEM 101 (open to freshmen only).
    2. Humanities (6 credits): Six credits chosen from the approved humanities courses listed below.
    3. Social Sciences (6 credits): Six credits chosen from the approved social science courses listed below.
    4. International: One course chosen from the approved international courses listed below. If a student take a Great Issues, Humanities, or Social Science course that also appears on the list of approved international courses then this requirement is considered to be completed. This requirement may be waived if a student successfully completes an approved Summer, Fall, or Spring term abroad through the International Programs Office.
    5. American Diversity: One course chosen from the approved American Diversity courses listed below. If a student takes a Great Issues, Humanities, or Social Science course that also appears on the list of approved American Diversity courses then this requirement is considered to be completed.
    6. Great Issues: One course from ISEM 301.
    7. Senior Experience: One course chosen from the approved Senior Experience courses listed below.
    8. Additional Course(s): Additional coursework to total 18 credits chosen from the approved Humanities, Social Sciences, International, American Diversity, or Senior Experience courses listed below.

  • Humanities Courses
         AMST 301 Studies in American Culture (3 cr)
         ART 100 World Art & Culture (3 cr)
         ART 205 Visual Culture (3 cr)
         ART 213 History & Theory of Modern Design I (3 cr)
         ART 302 Modern Art & 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 257 Literature of Western Civilization (3 cr)
         ENGL 258 Literature of Western Civilization (3 cr)
         ENGL 342 Survey of British Literature (3 cr)
         ENGL 344 Survey of American Literature (3 cr)
         ENGL 345 Shakespeare (3 cr)
         ENGL 375 The Bible as Literature (3 cr)
         ENGL 481 Women's Literature (3 cr)
         ENGL 484 American Indian Literature (3 cr)
         FLEN 313 Modern French Literature in Translation (3 cr)
         FLEN 324 German Literature in Translation (3 cr)
         FLEN 394 Latin American Literature in Translation (3 cr)
         IS 370 Africa's Calling: The Culture of Ghana (3 cr)
         MUSH 101 Survey of Music (3 cr)
         MUSH 111 Introduction to Music Literature (3 cr)
         MUSH 201 History of Rock & Roll (3 cr)
         PHIL 103 Ethics (3 cr)
         PHIL 201 Critical Thinking (3 cr)
         PHIL 240 Belief & 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)

  • Social Science Courses
         ANTH 100 Introduction to Anthropology (3 cr)
         ANTH 220 Peoples of the World (3 cr)
         ANTH 329 North American Indians (3 cr)
         COMM 233 Interpersonal Communication (3 cr)
         COMM 335 Intercultural Communication (3 cr)
         COMM 410 Conflict Management (3 cr)
         CSS 235 or FOR 235 Society & Natural Resources (3 cr)
         ECON 201 Principles of Macroeconomics (3 cr)
         ECON 202 Principles of Microeconomics (3 cr)
         ECON 272 Foundations of Economic Analysis (4 cr)
         EDCI 301 Learning, Development, & Assessment (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)
         POLS 101 Introduction to Political Science & American Government (3 cr)
         POLS 205 Introduction to Comparative Politics (3 cr)
         POLS 275 American State & Local Government (3 cr)
         POLS 338 American Foreign Policy (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)
         THE 386 Documentary Film (3 cr)

  • International Courses
          AGEC 481 Agricultural Markets in a Global Economy (3 cr)
          AGED 406 Exploring International Agriculture (2 cr)
          ANTH 220 Peoples of the World (3 cr)
          ANTH 261 Language & Culture (3 cr)
          ANTH 462 Human Issues in International Development (3 cr)
          ARBC 101 Elementary Modern Standard Arabic I (4 cr)
          ARBC 102 Elementary Modern Standard Arabic II (4 cr)
          ART 100 World Art & Culture (3 cr)
          ART 208 Italian Renaissance Art & Culture (3 cr)
          ART 213 History & Theory of Modern Design I (3 cr)
          ART 302 Modern Art & Theory (3 cr)
          ART 303 Contemporary Art & Theory (3 cr)
          ART 313 History & Theory of Modern Design II (3 cr)
          COMM 335 Intercultural Communication (3 cr)
          ECON 446 International Economics (3 cr)
          ECON 447 Economics of Developing Countries (3 cr)
          ENGL 221 History of World Cinema I (3 cr)
          ENGL 222 History of World Cinema II (3 cr)
          ENGL 485 Global Literatures in English (3 cr)
          FCS 411 Global Nutrition (3 cr)
          FCS 419 Dress & Culture (3 cr)
          FLEN 307 The European Union (3 cr)
          FLEN 308 European Immigration & Integration (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)
          FREN 101 Elementary French I (4 cr)
          FREN 102 Elementary French II (4 cr)
          FREN 201 Intermediate French I (4 cr)
          FREN 201 Intermediate French II (4 cr)
          FREN 301 Advanced French Grammar (3 cr)
          FREN 302 Advanced French Writing Skills (3 cr)
          FREN 304 Connecting French Language & Culture (4 cr)
          FREN 307 French Phonetics (4 cr)
          FREN 308 Advanced French Conversation (3 cr)
          FREN 407 Topics in French Literature (3 cr, max 9)
          FREN 408 French & Francophone Culture & Institutions (3 cr, max 9)
          FREN 410 French & Francophone Arts (3 cr)
          GEOG 165 Human Geography (3 cr)
          GEOG 200 World Regional Geography (3 cr)
          GEOG 350 Geography of Development (3-4 cr)
          GEOG 360 Population Dynamics & Distribution (3-4 cr)
          GEOG 365 Political Geography (3 cr)
          GERM 101 Elementary German I (4 cr)
          GERM 102 Elementary German II (4 cr)
          GERM 201 Intermediate German I (4 cr)
          GERM 202 Intermediate German II (4 cr)
          GERM 301 Advanced German Grammar (3 cr)
          GERM 302 Advanced German Speaking & Writing (3 cr)
          GERM 306 Introduction to German Literature (3 cr)
          GERM 420 Topics in German Culture & Literature-Themes (3 cr, max 6)
          GERM 440 German Media through the Internet (3 cr)
          HIST 102 History of Civilization (3 cr)
          HIST 180 Introduction to East Asian History (3 cr)
          HIST 315 Comparative African-American Cultures (3 cr)
          HIST 366 Intellectual & Cultural History of Modern Europe (3 cr)
          HIST 372 History of England (3 cr)
          HIST 414 History & Film (3 cr, max 6)
          HIST 421 Pirates of the Caribbean & Beyond (3 cr)
          HIST 438 Modern Mexico and the Americas (3 cr)
          HIST 439 Modern Latin America (3 cr)
          HIST 440 Social Revolution in Latin America (3 cr)
          HIST 441 Slavery & Freedom in the Americas (3 cr)
          HIST 451 French Revolution & Napoleonic Era (3 cr)
          HIST 455 Modern Europe (3 cr)
          HIST 456 Anti-Semitism & the Holocaust (3 cr)
          HIST 457 History of the Middle East (3 cr)
          HIST 466 Eastern Europe Since 1774 (3 cr)
          HIST 467 Russia to 1894 (3 cr)
          HIST 468 Russia & Soviet Union Since 1894 (3 cr)
          HIST 469 Modern France, 1815-Present (3 cr)
          HIST 481 America's Wars in Asia (3 cr)
          HIST 482 Japan, 1600-Present (3 cr)
          HIST 484 Modern China, 1840s-Present (3 cr)
          HIST 485 Chinese Social & Cultural History (3 cr)
          IS 325 The Contemporary Muslim World (3 cr)
          IS 326 Africa Today (3 cr)
          IS 328 Canada Today (3 cr)
          IS 350 Sport & International Affairs (3 cr)
          IS 370 Africa's Calling: The Culture of Ghana (3 cr)
          JAMM 490 Global Media (3 cr)
          JAPN 101 Elementary Japanese I (4 cr)
          JAPN 102 Elementary Japanese II (4 cr)
          JAPN 201 Intermediate Japanese I (4 cr)
          JAPN 202 Intermediate Japanese II (4 cr)
          JAPN 301 Japanese Reading (3 cr)
          JAPN 302 Japanese Writing (3 cr)
          JAPN 303 Japanese Speaking (3 cr)
          LARC 390 Italian Hill Towns & Urban Centers (3 cr)
          MUSH 420 Studies in World Music (3 cr)
          POLS 205 Introduction to Comparative Politics (3 cr)
          POLS 237 International Politics (3 cr)
          POLS 338 American Foreign Policy (3 cr)
          POLS 381 Western European Politics (3 cr)
          POLS 420 Introduction to Asian Politics (3 cr)
          POLS 449 World Politics & War (3 cr)
          POLS 480 Politics of Development (3 cr)
          POLS 487 Political Violence & Revolution (3 cr)
          SOC 336 Comparative Criminal Justice Systems (3 cr)
          SOC 340 Social Change & Globalization (3 cr)
          SOC 343 Political Sociology (3 cr)
          SOC 367 Global Justice (3 cr, max arr)
          SOC 440 Post-Colonialism (3 cr)
          SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I (4 cr)
          SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II (4 cr)
          SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish I (4 cr)
          SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish II (4 cr)
          SPAN 301 Advanced Grammar (3 cr)
          SPAN 302 Advanced Composition (3 cr)
          SPAN 303 Spanish Conversation (3 cr)
          SPAN 305 Culture & Institutions of Spain (3 cr)
          SPAN 306 Culture & Institutions of Latin America (3 cr)
          SPAN 308 Proficiency in Reading (3 cr)
          SPAN 401 Readings: Spanish Literature (3 cr)
          SPAN 402 Readings: Spanish American Literature (3 cr)
          SPAN 411 Chicano & Latino Literature (3 cr)
          SPAN 412 Spanish Short Fiction (3 cr)
          SPAN 413 Spanish American Short Fiction (3 cr)
          SPAN 419 Latin American Theatre through Literature (3 cr)
          SPAN 420 Modern Spanish Theatre through Literature (3 cr)
          THE 221 History of World Cinema I (3 cr)
          THE 222 History of Wold Cinema II (3 cr)
          THE 467 Asian Theatre History (3 cr)
          THE 468 Theatre History I (3 cr)
          THE 469 Theatre History II (3 cr)

  • American Diversity Courses
         AIST 320 The Celluloid Indian: American Indians in Popular Film (3 cr)
         AIST 401 Contemporary American Indian Issues (3 cr)
         AIST 420 Native American Law (3 cr)
         AIST 422 Plateau Indians (3 cr)
         AIST 478 Tribal Nation Economics & Law (3 cr)
         AIST 484 American Indian Literature (3 cr)
         AMST 301 Studies in American Culture (3 cr)
         ANTH 329 North American Indians (3 cr)
         ANTH 350 Food, Culture, & Society (3 cr)
         ARCH 411 Native American Architecture (3 cr)
         COMM 432 Gender & Communication (3 cr)
         COMM 491 Communication & Aging (3 cr)
         EDCI 302 Teaching Culturally Diverse Learners (4 cr)
         ENGL 380 Introduction to U.S. Ethnic Literatures (3 cr)
         ENGL481 Women's Literature (3 cr)
         ENGL483 African American Literature (3 cr)
         FCS 414 Idaho's Journey Toward Diversity & Human Rights (1 cr, max 3)
         FLEN 391 Hispanic Film (3 cr)
         FLEN 394 Latin American Literature in Translation (3 cr)
         HIST 111 Introduction to U.S. History (3 cr)
         HIST 112 Introduction to U.S. History (3 cr)
         HIST 315 Comparative African-American Cultures (3 cr)
         HIST 411 Colonial North America, 1492-1763 (3 cr)
         HIST 415 Civil War & Reconstruction, 1828-1877 (3 cr)
         HIST 417 United States, 1919-1960 (3 cr)
         HIST 418 Recent America, 1960-Present (3 cr)
         HIST 420 History of Women in American Society (3 cr)
         HIST 423 Idaho & the Pacific Northwest (3 cr)
         HIST 425 Immigration & Ethnicity in the United States (3 cr)
         HIST 426 Red Earth White Lies: American Indian History 1840-Present (3 cr)
         HIST 428 History of the American West (3 cr)
         ID 443 Universal Design (3 cr)
         JAMM 340 Cultural Diversity & the Media (3 cr)
         JAMM 445 History of Mass Media (3 cr)
         MUSH 410 Studies in Jazz History (3 cr)
         POLS 101 Introduction to Political Science & American Government (3 cr)
         POLS 333 American Political Culture (3 cr)
         POLS 335 American Interest Groups & Social Movements (3 cr)
         PSYC 315 Psychology of Women (3 cr)
         PSYC 419 Adult Development & Aging (3 cr)
         SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (3 cr)
         SOC 230 Social Problems (3 cr)
         SOC 250 Social Conflict (3 cr)
         SOC 301 or ANTH 301 Introduction to Diversity & Stratification (3 cr)
         SOC 422 Religion, Culture & Society (3 cr)
         SOC 423 Social Class & Stratification (3 cr)
         SOC 424 Sociology of Gender (3 cr)
         SOC 427 or ANTH 427 Racial & Ethnic Relations (3 cr)
         SOC 450 Dynamics of Social Protest (3 cr)
         SPAN 306 Culture & Institutions of Latin America (3 cr)
         SPAN 411 Chicano & Latino Literature (3 cr)
         SPAN 413 Spanish American Short Fiction (3 cr)
         WMST 201 Introduction to Women's Studies (3 cr)

  • Senior Experience Courses
         AGEC 478 Advanced Agribusiness Management (3 cr)
         ART490 BFA Art/Design Studio (6 cr, max 12)
         ART 491 Information Design (3 cr, max 9)
         ART495 BFA Senior Thesis (2 cr, max 4)
         BAE 478 Engineering Design I (3 cr)
         BAE 479 Engineering Design II (3 cr)
         BIOL 405 Practicum in Anatomy Lab Teaching (2-4 cr, max 8)
         BIOL 407 Practicum in Biology Lab Teaching (2-6 cr, max 12)
         BIOL 408 Practicum in Human Physiology Lab Teaching (2-4 cr, max 8)
         BIOL 411 Senior Capstone (2 cr)
         BIOL 495 Research in Molec/Cell/Dev Biology (cr arr)
         BIOL 496 Research in Ecology & Evolution (cr arr)
         BIOL 497 Research in Anatomy & Physiology (cr arr)
         BUS 490 Strategic Management (3 cr)
         CE 494 Senior Design Project (3 cr)
         CHE 452 Environmental Management & Design (3 cr, max arr)
         CHE 454 or MSE 454 Process Analysis & Design II (3 cr)
         CS 481 Senior Capstone Design II (4 cr)
         CSS 475 Conservation Management & Planning II (4 cr)
         ECE 481 EE Senior Design II (3 cr)
         ECE 483 Computer Engineering Senior Design II (3 cr)
         EDCI 401 Internship Seminar (1 cr)
         ENVS 497 Senior Research (3 cr)
         FISH 418 Fisheries Management (4 cr)
         FISH 495 Seminar (1 cr)
         FOR 424 Forest Dynamics & Management (4 cr)
         FOR 427 Prescribed Burning Lab (3 cr)
         HIST 401 Seminar (cr arr)
         IS 495 International Studies Senior Seminar (3 cr)
         LARC 480 The Emerging Landscape (3 cr)
         ME 424 Mechanical Systems Design I (3 cr)
         ME 426 Mechanical Systems Design II (3 cr)
         MVSC 486 Programming & Marketing for Healthy, Active Lifestyles (2 cr)
         MMBB 401 Undergraduate Research (1-4 cr, max 8)
         MMBB 497 Practicum in Tutoring (2 cr)
         REM 456 Integrated Rangeland Management (3 cr)
         RMAT 495 Product & Process Development & Commercialization (3 cr)
         WLF 492 Wildlife Management (4 cr)