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College of Engineering

With an unshakeable focus on learning, we empower all to think critically and solve our world’s complex challenges. We excel through I3: Innovation, Integrity, and Inclusion.

Idaho's LARGEST and TOP-RANKED engineering college

Since 2005, the College of Engineering has seen enrollment of engineering, construction management, and computer science majors increase nearly 60 percent, making our college the LARGEST in the state of Idaho. With more than 450,000 square feet dedicated to classrooms, research labs, innovation studios, and collaboration space, we’re primed to offer students state-of-the-art facilities for an inclusive, innovative, and integral education.

COEN is a great place for engineering, computer science, and construction management majors to find their passion and there’s never been a better time to be a student at Boise State University!

Inclusion

We are dedicated to creating inclusive excellence where all belong; an inclusive, open, and diverse community of learners can create the solutions of today’s complex, global challenges.

Innovation

We strive for a creative, collaborative, relevant, and reflective environment that ensures we are developing cutting-edge learning paradigms and experiences through our teaching and research endeavors.

Integrity

We are committed to ethical and honest behavior in all that we do, with responsibility to the highest professional standards.

COEN News

Bose and Pakala publish on impact of mobile devices in engineering education
Civil engineering students win big at regional competition
Highlights from Boise State’s 2024 Research and Creative Activity Month
Electrical and Computer Engineering announces new masters emphasis in semiconductors
College of Engineering launches offerings to bolster Idaho semiconductor workforce
Meet the student speakers at Boise State’s 50th Commencement
Spring Semester – March 31

EURECA

The Excellence in Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity (EURECA) is a newly instituted graduation cord that seeks to recognize Boise State students who have demonstrated commitment to development as a researcher or in creative work while pursuing their undergraduate degree.

This recognition will be replacing COEN’s Undergraduate Research Scholar Designation (URSD) moving forward.

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