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College of Education, Health and Human Sciences

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...minimum of a C in the following courses: ENGL 102 , University of Idaho General Education...

E - Grades

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...the event the instructor leaves the university, the...ENGL 101 and ENGL 102 ); S-satisfactory (used...

Course Information

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...than one number, e.g., 101-102-103, the three credits apply to each number...

Washington State Cooperatively Offered Course

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...the Family (3 cr) SOE 310 Modeling the...Semester (4 cr) CHINESE 102 Second Semester (4...

Elementary Education (B.S.Ed.)

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Required course work includes the university requirements (see...Rhetoric I and ENGL 102 Writing and Rhetoric...

Latin American Studies (B.A.)

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...the university requirements (see regulation J-3 ), the...World History I - HIST 102 World History II...

French (FREN)

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...102 - FREN 201 - FREN 202. Any one of the following courses may be considered the...

German (GERM)

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...102 - GERM 201 - GERM 202. Any one of the following courses may be considered the...

Spanish (SPAN)

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...101 - SPAN 102 (or SPAN 104)- SPAN 201 - SPAN 202. Any one of the following...

Civil Engineering (B.S.C.E.)

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...courses used to satisfy the curriculum. Any student...below 170, English below 102, and any classes...

Japanese (JAPN)

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...are: JAPN 101 - JAPN 102 - JAPN 201 - JAPN...in any language in the Department of Modern...

Nez Perce Language (NEZP)

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...are: NEZP 101-NEZP 102. A maximum of...in any language in the Department of Modern...

AERO 102 Foundations of the U.S. Air Force

1 credit
Survey course that introduces students to the United States Air Force and the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC). The course primarily focuses on the mission and organization of the Air Force, Air Force dress and appearance standards, military customs and courtesies, Air Force heritage and introduction to communication skills. Weekly lab consisting of Air Force customs and courtesies, health and physical fitness, and drill ceremonies is mandatory for cadets. (Spring only)

FISH 102 The Fish and Wildlife Professions

1 credit
Cross-listed with WLF 102.
Orientation of students to the profession of fishery resources and wildlife resources: introduction to fish and wildlife faculty, review of fish and wildlife curriculum, awareness of career opportunities, employment procedures, associated job duties/responsibilities, job preparation, educational preparation, and management challenges in the Pacific Northwest. (Fall only)

MS 102 Intro to the Profession of Arms

1 credit
Overviews basic leadership fundamentals such as setting direction, problem-solving, listening, presenting briefs, providing feedback, and using effective writing skills. Cadets explore dimensions of leadership attributes and core leader competencies in the context of practical, hands-on, and interactive exercises. Labs include orienteering, a teambuilding exercise, first aid, cultural protection, and ethics problem solving. One lecture hour and one leadership lab hour; lab is optional – but highly encouraged – for noncontracted cadets.

PLSC 102 The Science of Plants in Agriculture

3 credits
Principles of structure, biology, and management of agronomic and horticultural crops; interaction of crop plants and cropping systems with environment; current issues related to plant science. Two lecture and one 2-hr lab a week.

THE 102 Introduction to Design

3 credits
An introduction to the concept of basic design elements and development of visual vocabulary for theatrical design. This course explores the creative collaborative process of theatrical design through a variety of hands-on projects in scenery, costumes, lighting and sound. This course is a prerequisite for THE 201, THE 202, THE 205.

WLF 102 The Fish and Wildlife Professions

1 credit
Cross-listed with FISH 102.
Orientation of students to the profession of fishery resources and wildlife resources: introduction to fish and wildlife faculty, review of fish and wildlife curriculum, awareness of career opportunities, employment procedures, associated job duties/responsibilities, job preparation, educational preparation, and management challenges in the Pacific Northwest. (Fall only)