New and Upcoming Courses
BIOL 154: Introductory Microbiology (3 Credit, UI, new course)
Introduction to microorganisms and their role in disease, health, foods, and the environment; current topics in microbiology. University of Idaho students: May be taken by microbiology majors but carries no credit after Biol 250 [General Microbiology]. May be used as general education credit for Natural and Applied Sciences.
See Biology for syllabus.
FCS 435: Feeding Young Children in Group Settings (1 Credit, UI, new course)
This course increases awareness concerning the best practices in feeding young children. Practical, hands-on activities and assignments are included in the course through videotapes and the course website.
Semi-semester based course
Enrollment is open for Spring 2018 until the course begins mid-January. This semester-based, 1-credit course has a cap of 20 students. The course ends on April 20, and there are no extensions available. Assignments have firm deadlines, and the first assignment is due January 26, 2018.
See Family and Consumer Sciences Courses for syllabus.
Math 144: Analytic Trigonometry (3 Credits, LCSC, new course)
This course will teach trigonometric functions, inverse functions, and applications.
Prerequisites: Sufficient score in SAT, ACT, or math placement test. Students may qualify by enrolling concurrently in Math 143 or Math 170. Required test scores can be found here. UI students: Not open for credit to students who have previous high school or college credit in trigonometry. Polya Math Center unavailable for ISI students.
See Mathematics for syllabus.
Hum 101:The Art and History of the Motion Picture (3 Credits, LCSC, new course)
In this course, films will be approached from a variety of perspectives: as the work of particular directors, as genre pieces, as cultural artifacts, and as works of art. The course will also examine the economic, political, and ideological aspects of the motion picture industry.
See Humanities for syllabus.