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Flex Start Courses

Fall 2020

Registration for Flex Start courses is now open at the College of Southern Idaho. Flex Start courses offer students the ability to to complete courses face-to-face, hybrid, or online in a 12-week semester beginning September 21, or an eight-week semester beginning October 12. These schedules offer non-traditional start times to better meet the needs of busy students who need to complete general education coursework. The following "Ways of Knowing" courses are guaranteed to run regardless of enrollment: 

Institutionally Designated

  • GNED 101 - Intro to Gen Ed
  • WELL 102 - Lifelong Wellness I
  • WELL 255 - Wellness Through Healthy Living

Mathematical Way of Knowing

  • MATH 122/123 - Math in Modern Society
  • MATH 143 - College Algebra
  • MATH 144 - Trigonometry

Written Communication Integrative Skill

  • ENGL 101 - Writing and Rhetoric I

Oral Communication Integrative Skill

  • COMM 101 - Fundamentals of Oral Communication

Artistic and Humanistic Way of Knowing

  • HUMA 101 - Introduction to Humanities 1

Scientific Way of Knowing

  • BIOL 102 - Environmental Science

Social and Behavioral Way of Knowing

  • ANTH 102 - Cultural Anthropology
  • SOCY 101 - Introduction to Sociology

Fall 2020 - Time and Modality

  8 Week 12 Week Online Face-to-Face
GNED 101   X X  
WELL 255 X   X  
WELL 102 X   X  
MATH 122/123   X X  
MATH 143 X   X  
MATH 144 X     X
HUMA 101 X   X  
BIOL 102   X X  
BIOL 102   X X  
COMM 101 X     X
COMM 101 X   X  
ENGL 101 X   X  
ENGL 101 X   X  
ANTH 102   X X  
SOCY 101 X   X  
Some program specific courses are also available during Flex Start. To find specific courses visit the CSI Course Search and use the filters to find the courses you are looking for. Students interested in registering for Flex Start courses should the CSI Office of the Registrar by emailing, calling 208-732-6795, or stopping by their office in Eagle Central in the Taylor building on the main campus in Twin Falls. Students who attend courses at the off-campus centers can visit or contact their local centers. Contact information for the off-campus centers can be found at: