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College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences

College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences

The College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences is the largest and most diverse college at the University of Idaho. CLASS degrees make students successful in any profession by focusing on the skills and experiences that employers want –critical thinking, problem solving, teamwork, leadership, communication and real-world experience. The CLASS faculty are nationally recognized researchers, scholars and artists that are leading the research and creative works in their respective fields. Through its diverse offerings, CLASS faculty also teach a majority of the general education required classes to the entire student body. CLASS is proud to offer 44 customizable degrees that can turn a student’s passions into their career.

Degree Programs:

Undergraduate Degree Programs:

  • Advertising (B.S.)

  • Anthropology(B.S.)

  • Broadcasting and Digital Media (B.S.)

  • Economics (B.S.)

  • English (B.S.)

  • Film and Television Studies (B.S.)

  • French (B.S.)

  • General Studies (B.S.)

  • History (B.S.)

  • Interdisciplinary Studies (B.S.)

  • International Studies (B.S.)

  • Journalism (B.S.)

  • Latin American Studies (B.S.)

  • Modern Language Business (B.S.)

  • Music (B.A./B.S.)

    • Business

    • Composition

    • Performance

  • Music Education (B.S.)

  • Organizational Sciences (B.S.)

  • Philosophy (B.S.)

  • Political Science (B.S.)

  • Psychology (B.S.)

  • Public Relations (B.S.)

  • Sociology (B.S.)

  • Spanish (B.S.)

  • Theatre Arts (B.S.)

Graduate and Ph. D.

  • Anthropology (M.A.)

  • Creative Writing (M.F.A.)

  • English (M.A.)

  • Experimental Psychology – Human Factors (Ph.D.)

  • Teaching English as a Second Language (M.A.T.)

  • History (M.A., M.A.T., Ph.D.)

  • Music (M.A, M. Mus)

  • Political Science (M.A.,Ph.D.)

  • Public Administration (M.P.A)

  • Psychology - Human Factors(M.S)

  • Theatre (M.F.A)

Student Clubs and Organizations

The Argonaut

University of Idaho’s student-run newspaper since the university was founded in 1889. This free, student-produced newspaper is published once weekly in print and all week online. See past publications at

The Blot Magazine

A student-run magazine since 2004, the Blot publishes twice each semester and strices to serve as a contemporary look at the lives of University of Idaho students. Check out some of their past issues at

KUOI 89.3 FM

University of Idaho’s student-run, non-commercial radio station offering news, music, and issues-based programming to students and the community. Check it out at