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University of Idaho
Engineering Outreach

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Engineering Outreach at the University of Idaho offers online degree programs administered by expert faculty using innovative technology and personalized service. A robust FAQ page provides a great deal of information about the overall outreach program and individual coursework information. Master’s degrees offered online include engineering in several disciplines (civil, computer, electrical, geological and mechanical), engineering management, computer science, statistical science, teaching mathematics and technology management. The school also offers online certificate programs and individual courses are offered to maintain licensing requirements as well. Resources and student support available to the online learner include step by step guidance through admission and financial aid, technology setup with email account and tech support, access to student networks and library and bookstore access.

Students Enrolled
275
Programs
17
Resources
  • e-mail services
  • library services
  • campus computer network
  • career placement assistance
  • academic advising
  • bookstore

Contacts

First Name
Barry
Last Name
Willis
Title
Associate Dean for Outreach
Phone
208-885-6373
First Name
Terri
Last Name
Gaffney
Title
Associate Director
Phone
800-824-2889

Parent Institution

Calendar
Semesters
Control
Public—State
Founding Year
1889
Name
University of Idaho

Contacts

First Name
Barry
Last Name
Willis
Title
Associate Dean for Outreach
Phone
208-885-6373
First Name
Terri
Last Name
Gaffney
Title
Associate Director
Phone
800-824-2889
First Name
Sherrie
Middle Name
M.
Last Name
Metlen
Title
Program Manager
Phone
208-885-9258
First Name
Sherrie
Last Name
Metlen
Title
Program Manager
Phone
208-885-9258

Traditional School

U Idaho

University of Idaho

Moscow, ID

The University of Idaho is a public, 4-year school located in Moscow, ID along the Washington State border. The University was founded as a land-grant university in 1889 by the territorial legislature. The 1585 acre campus, set in the northern part of the state, features an iconic Administration Building with a clock tower in collegiate . . .

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