Page 1

This is where you will find the perfect degree. Match your academic interests and passions with the ideal program of study. Choose from 140+ majors, 75 master’s programs, 25 doctoral programs, or the state’s premier law program. To learn more, visit www.uidaho.edu/degreefinder.

Colleges

Agricultural & Life Sciences Art & Architecture Business & Economics Education Engineering Law Letters, Arts & Social Sciences Natural Resources Science

Majors

Accounting Advertising Agribusiness Agricultural Economics Agricultural Education Agricultural Science, Communication & Leadership Agricultural Systems Management American Studies Animal & Veterinary Science Animal & Veterinary Science - Pre-veterinary Anthropology Architecture Art Art Education Athletic Training Biochemistry Biology Broadcasting & Digital Media Business Economics Career & Technical Education Chemistry Child, Family & Consumer Studies Clothing, Textiles & Design Computer Science

Creative Writing (English) Criminology (Sociology) Dance Dietetics Early Childhood Development & Education Ecology & Conservation Biology Economics Elementary Education Engineering

Biological & Agricultural Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Electrical Engineering Materials Science & Engineering Mechanical Engineering

English Environmental Science Exercise Science & Health Finance Fire Ecology & Management Fishery Resources Food & Nutrition Forensics (Chemistry) Food Science Foreign Languages Forest Products Forest Resources French General Studies Geography Geological Sciences History Information Systems Interior Design International Studies Journalism Landscape Architecture

Apply by February 15

To be considered for the maximum amount of financial aid and scholarships, your application materials must be received by February 15. Applications are available online at www.uidaho.edu/apply.

Latin-American Studies Management & Human Resources Marketing Professional Golf Management Option

Mathematics Medical Technology Microbiology Molecular Biology & Biotechnology Music: Applied Music Music: Business Music: Composition Music: History & Literature Music: Instrumental Performance Music: Theory Music: Vocal Performance Music Education: Instrumental Music Education: Vocal Music Education: Vocal - Instrumental Musical Theater Organizational Sciences Philosophy Physical Education Physics Political Science Pre-dental (Biology)* Pre-medical (Biology)* Pre-nursing (Biology)* Pre-physical Therapy (Biology)* Production/Operations Management Psychology Public Relations Rangeland Ecology & Management Recreation Resource Recreation & Tourism Secondary Education Sociology

Schedule a visit today

From the moment you first step foot on our beautiful campus there’s a feeling that can’t quite be explained. You’ll discover an intimate setting, vibrant campus life, and friendly atmosphere you simply won’t find anywhere else. Schedule a visit to experience it firsthand.

Spanish Sustainable Crop & Landscape Systems Studio Art Technology Training & Development Theater Arts Virtual Technology & Design Wildlife Resources

Special Programs

Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, Idaho (WWAMI) Medical Education Program Washington, Idaho Veterinary Medicine Program ROTC: Army, Air Force, Navy & Marines College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) American Indian Studies Program (AIST)

THIS IS YOUR WAY FORWARD

* Students may pursue studies in pre-dental, pre-law, premedicine, pre-nursing and prephysical therapy within a variety of majors; these areas of study require early consultation with academic advisers.

Special visit events For seniors:

Envision Idaho – October 8, 2010 For sophomores and juniors:

Sneak Peek – April 22, 2011 FOR ADMITTED STUDENTS:

2011 Vandal Fridays – March 25, April 1, April 8 and April15

www.uidaho.edu/futurestudents | A LEGACY OF LEADING

Office of Admissions futurestudents@uidaho.edu 1-88-88-UIDAHO (toll free) (208) 885-6163 www.uidaho.edu/futurestudents


It’s more than a walk in the park. This campus is my laboratory, my journey and my home. Inspiration is everywhere. Find yours.

where you rise to every challenge.

how you learn by doing great things.

your ideal residential campus experience.

one of the wisest investments you’ll make.

Our rigorous academic programs challenge you to critically examine life’s toughest questions. You learn in a student-centered environment from accomplished professors and researchers who are passionate about what they do. More importantly, they’re invested in your success. Here, you explore beyond the expected, take risks, and discover more about yourself and the world than you imagined possible.

You’ll live and learn alongside some of the world’s top faculty members, the region’s smartest students, as well as community and business leaders to address some of the world’s most pressing problems. Someday, you may present your ideas to executives in a Fortune 500 conference room. Or, you could be one of the nearly 2,800 students enrolled in 76 service-learning courses that take you to places like Romania, Peru, Louisiana or somewhere in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

• Our perfectly sized campus offers diverse on-campus housing options including 27 residence halls, 25 Greek houses, a women’s cooperative, and themed Living and Learning communities. • The Student Recreation Center is home to the tallest climbing wall at any college in the nation, the latest cardio equipment and gym facilities, and a thriving intramural sports program. • Our award-winning outdoor program offers instant access to the area’s outstanding recreation opportunities, including white-water rafting, camping, snowboarding, skiing, biking and hiking.

The University of Idaho is one of only four public universities in the Northwest that placed among the top 200 institutions that deliver the best return on investment for both in-state and out-of-state students, according to a 2010 national study by PayScale. • We are listed by Kiplinger’s in its “Best 100 Values in Public Colleges” for our academic strength and affordability. • Our students are from 49 states and 83 countries. • The Princeton Review’s “Top 286 Green Colleges” lists us among the nation’s most environmentally responsible universities. • We are among only 15% of the nation’s colleges listed in The Princeton Review’s “Best 368 Colleges.”

• Our alumni are leaders worldwide in business, public service, science, the arts and more. • We are one of the top 30 universities in the nation to “hit the books and backcountry” by Outside Magazine. • Our beautiful residential campus is located in the quintessential college town of Moscow; an area so picturesque it was featured in National Geographic Magazine.

your university at a glance. Location: Moscow, Idaho Founded: 1889 Undergraduates at Moscow: 8,384 Graduate and law students at Moscow: 1,764 Total students at statewide centers: 1,097 Total Enrollment: 11,957 Student/Faculty Ratio: 17:1 Undergraduate Majors: 140+ Research: $100 million annually (classified by Carnegie Foundation for high-research activity)

Honors Program: Nationally acclaimed Nickname: Vandals Mascot: Joe Vandal Colors: Silver and Gold Entering freshman academic profile: Average high school GPA – 3.43 Average ACT Composite – 23.64 Mean SAT Critical Reading Score – 550 Mean SAT Math Score – 554


It’s more than a walk in the park. This campus is my laboratory, my journey and my home. Inspiration is everywhere. Find yours.

where you rise to every challenge.

how you learn by doing great things.

your ideal residential campus experience.

one of the wisest investments you’ll make.

Our rigorous academic programs challenge you to critically examine life’s toughest questions. You learn in a student-centered environment from accomplished professors and researchers who are passionate about what they do. More importantly, they’re invested in your success. Here, you explore beyond the expected, take risks, and discover more about yourself and the world than you imagined possible.

You’ll live and learn alongside some of the world’s top faculty members, the region’s smartest students, as well as community and business leaders to address some of the world’s most pressing problems. Someday, you may present your ideas to executives in a Fortune 500 conference room. Or, you could be one of the nearly 2,800 students enrolled in 76 service-learning courses that take you to places like Romania, Peru, Louisiana or somewhere in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

• Our perfectly sized campus offers diverse on-campus housing options including 27 residence halls, 25 Greek houses, a women’s cooperative, and themed Living and Learning communities. • The Student Recreation Center is home to the tallest climbing wall at any college in the nation, the latest cardio equipment and gym facilities, and a thriving intramural sports program. • Our award-winning outdoor program offers instant access to the area’s outstanding recreation opportunities, including white-water rafting, camping, snowboarding, skiing, biking and hiking.

The University of Idaho is one of only four public universities in the Northwest that placed among the top 200 institutions that deliver the best return on investment for both in-state and out-of-state students, according to a 2010 national study by PayScale. • We are listed by Kiplinger’s in its “Best 100 Values in Public Colleges” for our academic strength and affordability. • Our students are from 49 states and 83 countries. • The Princeton Review’s “Top 286 Green Colleges” lists us among the nation’s most environmentally responsible universities. • We are among only 15% of the nation’s colleges listed in The Princeton Review’s “Best 368 Colleges.”

• Our alumni are leaders worldwide in business, public service, science, the arts and more. • We are one of the top 30 universities in the nation to “hit the books and backcountry” by Outside Magazine. • Our beautiful residential campus is located in the quintessential college town of Moscow; an area so picturesque it was featured in National Geographic Magazine.

your university at a glance. Location: Moscow, Idaho Founded: 1889 Undergraduates at Moscow: 8,384 Graduate and law students at Moscow: 1,764 Total students at statewide centers: 1,097 Total Enrollment: 11,957 Student/Faculty Ratio: 17:1 Undergraduate Majors: 140+ Research: $100 million annually (classified by Carnegie Foundation for high-research activity)

Honors Program: Nationally acclaimed Nickname: Vandals Mascot: Joe Vandal Colors: Silver and Gold Entering freshman academic profile: Average high school GPA – 3.43 Average ACT Composite – 23.64 Mean SAT Critical Reading Score – 550 Mean SAT Math Score – 554


This is where you will find the perfect degree. Match your academic interests and passions with the ideal program of study. Choose from 140+ majors, 75 master’s programs, 25 doctoral programs, or the state’s premier law program. To learn more, visit www.uidaho.edu/degreefinder.

Colleges

Agricultural & Life Sciences Art & Architecture Business & Economics Education Engineering Law Letters, Arts & Social Sciences Natural Resources Science

Majors

Accounting Advertising Agribusiness Agricultural Economics Agricultural Education Agricultural Science, Communication & Leadership Agricultural Systems Management American Studies Animal & Veterinary Science Animal & Veterinary Science - Pre-veterinary Anthropology Architecture Art Art Education Athletic Training Biochemistry Biology Broadcasting & Digital Media Business Economics Career & Technical Education Chemistry Child, Family & Consumer Studies Clothing, Textiles & Design Computer Science

Creative Writing (English) Criminology (Sociology) Dance Dietetics Early Childhood Development & Education Ecology & Conservation Biology Economics Elementary Education Engineering

Biological & Agricultural Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Electrical Engineering Materials Science & Engineering Mechanical Engineering

English Environmental Science Exercise Science & Health Finance Fire Ecology & Management Fishery Resources Food & Nutrition Forensics (Chemistry) Food Science Foreign Languages Forest Products Forest Resources French General Studies Geography Geological Sciences History Information Systems Interior Design International Studies Journalism Landscape Architecture

Apply by February 15

To be considered for the maximum amount of financial aid and scholarships, your application materials must be received by February 15. Applications are available online at www.uidaho.edu/apply.

Latin-American Studies Management & Human Resources Marketing Professional Golf Management Option

Mathematics Medical Technology Microbiology Molecular Biology & Biotechnology Music: Applied Music Music: Business Music: Composition Music: History & Literature Music: Instrumental Performance Music: Theory Music: Vocal Performance Music Education: Instrumental Music Education: Vocal Music Education: Vocal - Instrumental Musical Theater Organizational Sciences Philosophy Physical Education Physics Political Science Pre-dental (Biology)* Pre-medical (Biology)* Pre-nursing (Biology)* Pre-physical Therapy (Biology)* Production/Operations Management Psychology Public Relations Rangeland Ecology & Management Recreation Resource Recreation & Tourism Secondary Education Sociology

Schedule a visit today

From the moment you first step foot on our beautiful campus there’s a feeling that can’t quite be explained. You’ll discover an intimate setting, vibrant campus life, and friendly atmosphere you simply won’t find anywhere else. Schedule a visit to experience it firsthand.

Spanish Sustainable Crop & Landscape Systems Studio Art Technology Training & Development Theater Arts Virtual Technology & Design Wildlife Resources

Special Programs

Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, Idaho (WWAMI) Medical Education Program Washington, Idaho Veterinary Medicine Program ROTC: Army, Air Force, Navy & Marines College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) American Indian Studies Program (AIST)

THIS IS YOUR WAY FORWARD

* Students may pursue studies in pre-dental, pre-law, premedicine, pre-nursing and prephysical therapy within a variety of majors; these areas of study require early consultation with academic advisers.

Special visit events For seniors:

Envision Idaho – October 8, 2010 For sophomores and juniors:

Sneak Peek – April 22, 2011 FOR ADMITTED STUDENTS:

2011 Vandal Fridays – March 25, April 1, April 8 and April15

www.uidaho.edu/futurestudents | A LEGACY OF LEADING

Office of Admissions futurestudents@uidaho.edu 1-88-88-UIDAHO (toll free) (208) 885-6163 www.uidaho.edu/futurestudents


Road Piece  

Road Piece

Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you