Titles and Terms Specific to BYU-Idaho
This listing is alphabetical with italics added for emphasis only. Capitalization indicates when the term is normally used as a common or proper noun.
Annually, each student planning to continue at BYU–Idaho is required to obtain a continuing ecclesiastical endorsement from the bishop of the ward in which the student resides. See Honor Code Office
The Department of Economics provides an opportunity to develop the strong analytical and quantitative skills necessary for success in the workplace and rigorous graduate studies in economics, MBA programs, and law school. See
Education and Human Development, College of
Graduates who complete requirements for their bachelor’s degrees within eight semesters are recognized as Eight Semester Graduates at graduation. (Note: This program is being phased out.)
This society supports the Performing and Visual Arts through philanthropic giving. It is overseen by a 16-member board consisting mostly of non-campus volunteers. Membership begins with a donation of at least $100 per year.
E-mail service is provided free to students and employees and is the official means of communication between the University and students.
Consists of BYU–Idaho and Ricks College alumni who graduated at least 50 years ago and all BYU–Idaho and Ricks College retirees. See
6-20 credit hours, defined and granted by the State of Idaho. An endorsement provides the candidate with qualifications and experience proven to be desirable to prospective employees as they prepare to enter the job market specifically in the field of Education. See
The Department of English offers Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees that provide students opportunity for significant academic experience, personal development, and career preparation. Majors may emphasize in literary studies, professional writing, creative writing, or English education, while Minors may choose English or English education. The English Department also offers a variety of communication skills and introduce various literary genres.See
Organized by the Board of Trustees and given the responsibility of exercising more direct short-term oversight of Church educational activities. The Executive Committee consists of members of the Board of Trustees, college and university presidents within the Church Educational System, and other administrators of the Church Educational System. The Executive Committee meets on a monthly basis to coordinate various Church Educational System issues.
Located in 200 Kimball. Offices of the president and vice presidents.
Exercise and Sports Science, Department of
The Department of Exercise and Sports Science is committed to serving a wide range of special interests for the general student body as well as faculty and staff. Course work has been designed to assist students who desire to study exercise and sports science to fulfill a minor or their General Education requirements. See
Tenth president of Ricks College, 1971-1977. Married Kathleen Johnson. Elder Eyring serves as a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. Preference is to use title of president when referring to his tenure as president and the title of Elder when referring to ecclesiastical responsibilities.
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