The Foundational Studies Program is the general education portion of an undergraduate degree for students entering Boise State beginning in the Fall of 2012. Details about the program can be found in the 2012 catalog. Download Program Requirements here.
University Foundations Courses – A Learning Foundation for Your Degree – Learning Outcomes
|Intellectual Foundations (UF 100)||Civic & Ethical Foundations (UF 200)||Transitional Foundations (UF 300)||Disciplinary Lens Courses|
|UF 100 Themes||What is UF 200?||What is UF 300?||Disciplinary Lens Course Descriptions|
|UF 200 Themes||UF 300 Course Descriptions||Cross Cultural Sections|
|Clicker Set up and Registration|| UF 200 Syllabus 1|
UF 200 Syllabus 2
UF 200 Syllabus 3
|UF 300 Syllabus 1|
UF 300 Syllabus 2
Second degree/Post-Bacc students are NOT required to complete Foundational Studies. Some Disciplinary Lens courses may be required by your major. Please see your academic advisor for accurate information.
Online Course Permission Request
Space is limited in the Online UF 100 and UF 200 Classes. Highest priority for enrollment will be given to 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. Please complete the online course permission request form to be considered for these online courses.
All UF 100 courses include a digital project. See linked Google site for digital project resources