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Community and Career Readiness Studies

The Community and Career Readiness Studies (CCRS) Certificate is earned by students participating in the Providing Exceptional Education and Raising Standards (PEERS) Program. The PEERS Program is an inclusive, two year postsecondary education program for students with intellectual disabilities at Boise State University. Students in the PEERS Program are enrolled in Boise State University coursework, taking PEERS specific courses pass/fail, as well as Boise State University courses for credit or as audit (depending on individual student goals).

Department Name: Department of Early and Special Education

Official Certificate Name: Community and Career Readiness Studies Certificate

Certificate Type: Undergraduate Certificate


What can I do with this certificate?

Required coursework includes paid or unpaid job experiences, on or off campus, for at least 6 hours per week during students’ second through fourth semesters. Students in the PEERS Program may be Idaho residents or nonresidents.

Certificate Requirements and Advising Resources

Costs and Scholarships

Boise State provides an affordable, quality education to improve your future. Scholarship opportunities are available for residents and nonresidents, making it even more affordable to attain a quality education.

The College of Education also offers a range of scholarship opportunities. 

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