UF – University Foundations
UF 100 INTELLECTUAL FOUNDATIONS (3-0-3). An introduction to scholarly discourse and critical inquiry. Interdisciplinary courses organized around central themes enhance students’ ability to communicate clearly, correctly, logically, and persuasively in spoken English. Weekly large sections with small seminar-like discussion sessions.
UF 200 CIVIC AND ETHICAL FOUNDATIONS (3-0-3). Supports the Foundational Studies Program by engaging students in discussion of ethics, diversity, and internationalization. Courses include writing assignments and an experiential learning component. Topics may vary each time the course is taught. PREREQ: ENGL 102, UF 100, sophomore status.
UF 300 TRANSITIONAL FOUNDATIONS (3-0-3). Designed to meet the needs of students who have academic associate degrees or who enter Boise State core certified but do not have UF 100 and UF 200 credits. Ties previous student learning to the Foundational Studies Program and engages students in discussion of ethics, diversity, and internationalization. The course has an experiential learning component and enhances students’ written and oral communication skills. PREREQ: Core certification or an academic associate degree.