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College of Innovation and Design (COID) Courses

Lower-Division

COID 270 WORK U COOPERATIVE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES (1-4 credits)(F,S,SU). Immersive cooperative learning and working experience with local employers. Embeds students in work environments with local employers where contributions count for credit. Majority of time is spent with employer working on a project and is accompanied by an instructor led class that meets once a week on campus to “unpack” on the job experiences to ensure students connect classroom knowledge with workplace success. Up to 12 credits of Work U may be used towards graduation requirements. PREREQ: PERM/INST.

Upper-Division

COID 400 HBX CORE IMMERSION AT BOISE STATE (9-0-9)(F/S/SU). Hybrid course that includes participation in Harvard Business School’s online HBX Credential of Readiness course (HBX CORe). Includes a weekly 1-hour, in-person, instructor-led class to accompany each week’s online lesson. Develops familiarity and foundational skills in areas ranging from data analytics, economics, and accounting. Consists of three concurrent tracks titled Business Analytics, Financial Accounting, and Economics for Managers with online lessons developed by Harvard Business School faculty using real life case examples. Successful completion will receive the Credential of Readiness from HBX in addition to Boise State course credit. (Pass/Fail.) PREREQ: At least one CID course in any discipline, upper-division standing, and PERM/INST.

COID 470 WORK U COOPERATIVE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES (1-4 credits)(F,S,SU). Immersive cooperative learning and working experience with local employers. Embeds students in work environments with local employers where contributions count for credit. Majority of time is spent with employer working on a project and is accompanied by an instructor led class that meets once a week on campus to “unpack” on the job experiences to ensure students connect classroom knowledge with workplace success. Up to 12 credits of Work U may be used towards graduation requirements. PREREQ: upper-division standing and PERM/INST.