Summer Session Classes

Courses Offered for Summer Session 2017

FDAMF 101 American Foundations
FDENG 101 Writing and Reasoning Foundations
FDENG 301 Advanced Writing and Critical Thinking
FDMAT 108 Mathematical Tools for the Real World
FDSCI 101 Science Foundations
FDSCI 204 The American Epidemic
FDINT 211 Global Hotspot: Pakistan at the Crossroads of Conflict
FDHUM 110 Foundations of Humanities
FDREL 130 Missionary Preparation
FDREL 200 The Eternal Family
FDREL 225 Foundations of the Restoration
FDREL 275 The Teachings and Doctrine of the Book of Mormon
GEOG 110 Geography for Elementary Teacher
PSYCH 342 Abnormal Psychology

B 100 Career Development 
B 101 Introduction to Business 
B 183 Introduction to Entrepreneurship 
B 211 Business Fundamentals 
CHILD 210 Child Development 
CIT 110 Introduction to Excel 
CIT 160 Introduction to Programming 
CIT 230 Web Front end Development 
COMM 497R Special Projects and Practicum 
FAML 100 The Family 
FAML 110 Marriage Skills 
FAML 150 Intro Marriage & Family Studies 
FAML 160 Family Relations 
FAML 220 Parenting 
FAML 300 Marriage 
FCS 340 Money Management 
FDAMF 101 American Foundations 
FDENG 301 Advanced Writing and Research 
FDHUM 110 Foundations of Humanities 
FDINT 211 Global Hotspot: Pakistan 
FDMAT 108 Math for the Real World 
FDREL 121 Book of Mormon I 
FDREL 122 Book of Mormon II 
FDREL 130 Missionary Preparation 
FDREL 200 The Eternal Family 
FDREL 211 New Testament I 
FDREL 212 New Testament II 
FDREL 261 Introduction to Family History 
FDREL 301 Old Testament 
FDREL 333 Teachings of the Living Prophets 
FDSCI 101 Science Foundations 
FDSCI 201 Natural Disasters 
FDSCI 203 Environmental Stewardship 
FDSCI 204 The American Epidemic 
FDWLD 101 World Foundations I 
FDWLD 201 World Foundations II 
GS 111 Realize the Vision 
LR 111 Library Research Skills 
MATH 111 Trigonometry 
MATH 221B Biostatistics

All Students:

Students can register for up to 10 credits, on campus or online and will be charged per credit. Withdrawal from a course is the student's responsibility. Classes are not automatically dropped because of non-attendance. Students transferring credits to BYU-Idaho (other schools attended, concurrent/dual enrollment and/or AP from high school) should consult with BYU-Idaho Advising to determine the BYU-Idaho courses for which they count. You don't want to repeat course requirements.

Summer Registration Date: May 1

Course Registration Process

  1. Log into
  2. Click on the "Student" tab.
  3. Below "Registration", change the "Term" to "Summer Session 2017."
  4. You must select "Extended" as a sub program.
  5. A new window will appear. Click "Add/Drop Courses."
  6. Under the "Add column", check next to the courses you wish to add and follow the prompts.