Boise State Online At A Glance
Data for the 2021-2022 academic year, including Summer 2021, Fall 2021 and Spring 2022.
Boise State’s eCampus has seen steady and substantial growth in the number of students enrolling in online courses. Since 2012, enrollments in online classes have increased 254%. This has resulted in a 254% increase in credit hours produced by online courses.
60 Departments with at least one distance-delivered course (88.24%)
25 Departments with an online certificate or degree program (52.08%)
4,222 Class enrollment sections
Unique Course Titles
938 Academic Courses
655 Professional Education Offerings
8 Concurrent Enrollment Courses
Boise State offered 75 online degree and certificate programs, ranging from freshly launched options that are still in the recruiting phase to programs with highly impressive numbers. For example, the largest graduate program, the Master of Social Work, had 394 students; the largest undergraduate program, Nursing RN to BS, had 940 students for this period. During Fall 2021, 13% of all undergraduate degree-seeking students enrolled in online undergraduate programs and 49% of all graduate degree-seeking students enrolled in online graduate programs.
Students taking one or more online courses
20,718 Students enrolled (unduplicated headcount) – 68.84% of all students
72,417 Registrations or enrollments – 33.94% of all registrations
196,732 Credit hours produced – 36.36% of all credit hours
Student Location While Enrolled in Online Courses
35.45% Other U.S. States
0.34% Non-U.S. Countries
Enrolled full-time: 66.27% of undergraduates and 26.17% of graduates
35 and older: 10.13% of undergraduates and 58.91% of graduates