Coeur d'Alene Programs
UI Coeur d’Alene offers certificate, undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Convenient class schedules and online courses allow you to obtain a quality education without giving up your quality of life.
The Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and the justice studies program at the University of Idaho offers a Certificate of Completion in Diversity and Stratification. This interdisciplinary certificate program provides an avenue for students, professionals and community members to obtain comprehensive, university-centered diversity training and learning through classroom, online, workshop, internship and service-learning formats. Learn More
The English Literature program challenges you to think and write critically, as well as educates you as to how words can reflect and shape the world. Through in-depth study of works from literary masters, engaging classroom discussions and intensive writing training, you’ll graduate equipped to think analytically, read with insight and communicate skillfully — all highly desired qualities for a variety of professional careers. Learn More.
The Professional Writing Emphasis will help you develop the analytical skills and broad cultural perspective that make up the cornerstone of the English major. In this emphasis, however, you will also gain extensive practice in writing for a variety of audiences, purposes and genres including both written and oral workplace communication. Learn More.
The Bachelor of General Studies (B.G.S.) program provides a non-specialized education that allows you the flexibility to develop a multidisciplinary course of study to meet your specific goals for a college degree. Learn More
This program is intended for students who present a curriculum not included among the ones listed in the catalog, provided the program is focused toward meeting the student's particular educational goal by combining the offerings of two or more major departments. The program is normally developed and presented before the end of the second semester of the junior year or the time when at least 30 credits of the proposed program remain to be taken. Learn More.
This interdisciplinary program in Organizational Sciences draws from business, industrial/organizational psychology, public administration, industrial sociology, educational leadership and other disciplines to provide students with an understanding of interpersonal workplace dynamics and fundamentals of leadership. Learn More