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Mathematics Courses - University Of Idaho

The primary goal of this course is to teach students how to read and write mathematical proofs. Topics include logic and proof techniques, as well as fundamental mathematical structures such as sets, relations, functions, and number systems. Prereq: Math 175 and permission. Math 275 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III (3 cr) Gen Ed: Mathematics

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English Courses - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The gateway course for all English majors, focusing on goals of and opportunities opened by the various branches of English studies, the practice of close reading, critical terminology and issues central to English studies, and basic research and writing practices …

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Rangeland Ecology and Management Courses

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course focus is on the natural ecology, identification and cultural attributes (historical and present) of 50 to 75 important native wildland plant species found in forestland, rangeland and other wildland settings in the Northwest U.S. Recommended preparation: plant identification course. (Spring only) REM 341 Systematic Botany (3 cr)

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Course (Re)Design - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Formally, course redesign is the process of rethinking the way we deliver instruction in order to maximize learning. This process is increasingly mindful of the possibilities that new technology offers in order to achieve better learning outcomes and the relationship between cognitive, noncognitive, and metacognitive growth and development.

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University of Idaho's Class Schedules

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VandalMail: University of Idaho Student Email System

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Contact The ITS Help Desk For Assistance. If you need assistance please contact the ITS Help Desk by phone at (208) 885-HELP (4357).(208) 885-HELP (4357).

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University of Idaho Class Schedule -- Class Schedule

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Spring 2021: All Courses (except Professional Development) General Education Courses: Professional Development Courses for Teachers

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Courses Course Numbering System & Key to Abbreviations and Symbols Numbering System. Courses numbered 001 are continuing education unit (CEU) courses; those numbered 010-099 are remedial-level courses carrying no credit; those numbered 100-299 are lower-division courses primarily for undergraduates; 300-499 are upper-division courses primarily for advanced undergraduates, fifth-year …

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Course - Title - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Introduction Welcome to Bus. 311 – Introduction to Management. This 3-credit course is designed to introduce you to the concepts and principles which are …

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Description. Organization, planning, leadership, and control; evolution of philosophies of management, decision making, motivation, human relations, and communication; organizational behavior and theory; history and present management practices, showing interrelationships between the needs and expectations of the individual, the organization, and society.

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English Courses - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Gary Williams, Dept. Chair, Dept. of English (200 Carol Ryrie Brink Hall 83844-1102; phone 208/885-6156). Prerequisites: Students may enroll for a second-semester course in English without having had the first-semester course, unless it is a stated prerequisite to the second-semester course.Engl 101 and Engl 102 are prerequisite to all upper-division courses; Engl 175 or Engl 257 or Engl 258 ...

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English Courses - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Gary Williams, Interim Dept. Chair, Dept. of English (200 Carol Ryrie Brink Hall 83844-1102; phone 208/885-6156). Prerequisites: Students may enroll for a second-semester course in English without having had the first-semester course, unless it is a stated prerequisite to the second-semester course.Engl 101 and 102 are prerequisite to all upper-division courses.

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Civil Engineering Courses

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course also includes topics such as adaptive management, restoration evaluation and monitoring, basic ecological design goals, and a number of local case studies. The course has a mandatory field trip to a local restored site. Recommended classes to take prior to this include at least one of the following: CE 535, CE 322, CE 428, or CE 520.

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Course Copy (Instructor Help) - University of Idaho

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Forest Products Courses - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course examines the development and management of products (goods and service) and brands. Topics will include the product development process, product-life cycle, development of brands, and management of brand portfolios. Specific to services, topics will include service quality, heterogeneity, perishability, and simultaneous production ...

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Mathematics Courses - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course is restricted to students from either the School of Family and Consumer Sciences or the College of Education. This course will not count as a 300-level mathematics course in any major or minor in the College of Science. Recommended preparation: general education math course. Math 304 Early Childhood Math II (2 cr)

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Plant Science Courses - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course is designed to introduce students to a scientific examination of the soil and plant relationships that affect the production and propagation of field crops and landscape plants. Topics include soils, irrigation, crop and weed identification, diseases, insects …

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Art Courses - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course entails a detailed examination of the genealogy, historical and cultural ramifications of the computer as an expressive medium. We will study the history of the computer and the digital, from its pre-conception in literature and science, to its various manifestations today in information, political, aesthetic, technological, and ...

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Responsive Design (Student Help) - University of Idaho

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Restoration Ecology | Ecological Restoration | Ecology ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Description: Ecological principles and management practices involved in restoring and rehabilitating wildland ecosystems after disturbance or alteration to return damaged ecosystems to a productive and stable state. The ecological restoration of disturbed ecosystems. Fundamental principles from ecology, ecophysiology, and community ...

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BbLearn Instructor Help - University of Idaho

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Recreation Courses

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course will provide an introduction to orienteering and basic map and compass navigation skills for working or recreating. The reading and understanding of forest service and topographical maps will be covered with a focus on symbols, legends, border information and contour lines.

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Mathematics Courses - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course is restricted to students from either the School of Family and Consumer Sciences or the College of Education. This course will not count as a 300 – level mathematics course in any major or minor in the College of Science. Recommended preparation: Stat 150. (Fall Only) Prereq: One core math course

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Rangeland Ecology and Management Courses

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course focus is on the natural ecology, identification and cultural attributes (historical and present) of 50 to 75 important native wildland plant species found in forestland, rangeland and other wildland settings in the Northwest U.S. Recommended preparation: plant identification course. (Spring only) REM 341 Systematic Botany (3 cr)

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Psyc404 - Substance Abuse Prevention Theory - Syllabus

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Description: This three-credit course provides a comprehensive overview of substance abuse prevention theories and prevention programming applications. Course topics include theories and models basic to prevention, science-based prevention strategies and model programs, strategic planning and outcome evaluation.

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Family and Consumer Sciences Courses

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course includes introduction to history of early childhood education, supportive agencies, roles of professionals, contexts of typical and atypical child and family development, and curricular models. (Fall only) FCS 323 Evaluation of Apparel and Textiles (3 cr)

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Syllabus - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Prerequisites. Students must have achieved junior standing (58 credits), must have passed and have a G.P.A. at least 2.35 in the CBE predictor courses, must have passed ACC 205 (or ACC 201 and ACC 202), Math 160 or Math 180, BLaw 265 and Stat 271 or Stat 251. If a student took 251, he/she must have taken or be enrolled in Stat 262.

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Merge Courses (Instructor Help)

Posted: (0 seconds ago) If you teach multiple sections of the same course or hold a "Meets Together" class, request a course merge by filling out the Course Merge Request. Standard Course Numbers (e.g. Directed study - 299, 499, 502, 602 and Special topics - 204, 404, 504, 604) cannot be merged with Catalog Courses.

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Pearson MyLab / Mastering (Instructor Help)

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Agricultural Systems Management Courses

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course will cover the fundamentals of global positioning, yield monitors, and variable rate applications. Instrumentation used in agriculture, environmental science, and industry will be discussed. Two Lec. and one 3-hr lab a wk. This is a cooperative course available to WSU degree-seeking students.

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Business Courses - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course is a 1-credit hour extra-curricular course taken on a Pass-Fail basis. Students in this course will function as a member of the Barker Capital Management Group (BCMG) and will work individually and in teams to manage a portion of the Barker Endowment Fund.

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Sociology Courses - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course will integrate theoretical readings, historical analyses, empirical studies, ethnographic description, and student projects. Throughout the course, a sociological imagination will be cultivated and exercised toward understanding the nature of religious practice and the social significance of its organization and change.

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FoodTox - Home - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Aug 24, 2020  · Welcome to Food Toxicology A Webcast Lecture Course. University of Idaho FS 464/564 3 cr. Food toxicology is the study of the nature, properties, effects, and detection of toxic substances in food, and their disease manifestation in humans. This course will provide a general understanding of toxicology related to food and the human food chain.

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Psyc470 Syllabus - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Description. This course is designed to provide you with an overview of chemical addictions, theories of addiction, basic pharmacology, assessment, intervention, treatment models, and models of prevention. The class also will help you examine how different psychological and sociological models can be applied to chemical use, abuse, and dependence.

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Posted: (0 seconds ago) Our course is a requirement of the American Indian Studies Minor; below are the learning objectives and outcomes for AIS minors, which can be applied to our course with some modification: Outcome A: Comprehension. 1. American Indian History, Literature, and Society - the content of Indian cultures. Graduates successfully acquire an ...

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ME421 CATIA - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) ME 421 - Advanced CAD. Course Description This course features use of the Computer Aided Three-Dimensional Interactive Application (CATIA) software, which is an integral part of large-scale engineering projects in the aerospace and automotive industries. Many of the toolbars are analogous to those experienced in SolidWorks, but with a more diverse range of options and features.

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Plant Science Courses - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course is designed to introduce students to a scientific examination of the soil and plant relationships that affect the production and propagation of field crops and landscape plants. Topics include soils, irrigation, crop and weed identification, diseases, insects …

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Ecology | Guided Independent Learning | Environment ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course in ecology has elements of guided independent learning. Interactive audio lecture slide presentations, interactive lessons with testing, and the textbooks comprise the essential elements of the course. Students are encouraged to frequently review the interactive lessons throughout the course.

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Industrial Technology Courses

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course is the first of two capstone courses. The students will select and develop a project that applies technology to a problem. Students are encouraged to incorporate service learning into the project and work in teams. Course will have 1 lecture hours and 2, 3 hour labs each week. Recommended preparation: senior standing.

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Email using BbLearn (Instructor Help)

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Accounting Courses - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Marla Kraut, Dept. Head, Dept. of Accounting (125A J. A. Albertson Bldg. 83844-3161; phone 208/885-7116). Note: No course (CBE or outside the college) that is required in a CBE student's curriculum may be taken by CBE undergraduates on a P/F basis, with the exception of courses that are taught only on a P/F basis. Only upper-division CBE courses used as free electives may be taken by CBE ...

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Interdisciplinary Studies Courses

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course supports the development of a well-balanced lifestyle for student-athletes, encouraging emotional well-being, leadership, personal growth and decision-making skills. Upon completion of the course the student-athlete will: 1. Understand the guidelines and …

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BbLearn Student Help (Student Help) - University of Idaho

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Biology Courses - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Survey course exploring the cellular and molecular mechanisms utilized by human and animal parasites to develop, interact with their hosts and cause disease. Graduate students will have to produce a final written report or presentation on a research article. Recommended preparation: Biol 310 or Gene 314, and MMBB J475/J575 or Biol J432/J532 ...

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Soils Courses - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course consists of two parts. Lectures will provide a conceptual understanding of the theory and methods, and a field-based case study will apply these concepts collecting integrated geophysical data that will be processed and interpreted to introduce students to practical procedures and challenges in environmental geophysics.

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Sociology Courses - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course will integrate theoretical readings, historical analyses, empirical studies, ethnographic description, and student projects. Throughout the course, a sociological imagination will be cultivated and exercised toward understanding the nature of religious practice and the social significance of its organization and change. Prereq: Soc 101

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Law Courses - University of Idaho

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course will consider efforts by Congress to regulate – and by private parties to control – various types of online activities, including, among others, "cybersquatting," peer-to-peer file sharing, the distribution of "spam" and pornography, and online speech. Limited enrollment.

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