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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.
Gain the teaching credentials and professional studio training to become a K-12 art teacher.
Graphic Design: Studio Art & Design, M.F.A.
Explore across disciplines to enhance your creative versatility, perspectives and techniques as an aspiring professional studio artist or academic.
Europe: International Studies, B.A.
Build your international awareness and fluency in a foreign language for careers in business, economics, government and other fields.
Learn problem-solving tools and sharp analytical skills for a professional future in science, economics, technology, business or education.
Professional Science Master's in Natural Resources & Environmental Science
Prepare for a science career in business, government or nonprofit sectors, specializing in natural resources, environmental science or water resources.
Recreation: Movement & Leisure Science, M.S.
Prepare to shape active, healthy communities through recreation activities, health promotion and wellness programs.
Biological & Agricultural Engineering
Develop engineering and technology solutions to improve food production, natural resource management, pollution control, energy production, and more.
Natural Resource Conservation
Learn to influence human behavior in order to effectively manage natural resources and address environmental issues.
Inequalities & Globalization: Sociology, B.A./B.S.
Examine the structure of human society and its connection to behaviors, attitudes and opportunities.
Gain the managerial skills to move into a technical management position in business, industry or government.
Plant Biotechnology: Sustainable Crop & Landscape Systems, B.S.
Learn how to improve plants for food, fuel, fiber and landscapes through modern molecular technology.
Learn to apply statistical principles and data analysis to help develop new products, address scientific questions, solve problems in business and government, and much more.
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