Please see the 2012-2013 Boise State Catalog for full details about the Foundational Studies Program and related degree requirements.
- Overview of the Foundational Studies Program Curriculum
- University Learning Outcomes
- Degree Box Requirements
- UF 100 Intellectual Foundations course description
- UF 200 Civic and Ethical Foundations course description
UF 100-online has very limited space. Some seats are reserved for students returning to college, involved in online degree programs, living outside the Treasure Valley area and taking all courses online, or associated with the military. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire.
Honors Students can register for UF100 with a learning community. You can find these section in the schedule under LC-Honor.
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- DLN Curriculum Change Announcement for Advisors June 27, 2016
Are you confused about DLN requirements? Here’s the scoop on the Idaho State Board of Education policy change affecting DLN (Disciplinary Lens in Natural, Physical, and Applied Science) requirements.
Per General Education Policy IIIN, each DLN course must now come from two different academic disciplines. For example, students cannot use two Physics courses to fulfill their DLN requirement, but students may use a Physics course and a Biology course.
Who Does This Change Affect?
While this change was to have gone into affect in 2015 according to General Education Policy IIIN, the update did not appear in the Boise State catalog until the 2016-17 version was issued.
Therefore, students who transferred to Boise State under a 2015 or earlier catalog may still use two DLN courses from the same academic discipline to fulfill their DLN requirement.
Students transferring in under the 2016 catalog or later are subject to the policy change and must use DLN courses from two separate disciplines.