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Boise State University is welcoming its students back to campus this fall to a future-facing blend of in-person, online and hybrid courses, lab work and field research designed to keep students safe, on track to reach their academic goals and meaningfully connected to each other and their faculty.

To accommodate physical distancing and other safety measures necessitated by the coronavirus pandemic, the university is making changes to its fall course schedule. These changes may affect your schedule of classes, both in terms of class meeting day or time and type of course delivery.

Fall 2020 Course Delivery Types

In-person, Hybrid, Remote, or Online

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Boise State Teacher Education programs are designed to promote the continual development of teachers with an emphasis on increasing P-12 student learning.

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Academic Departments

The college includes five academic departments with programs from undergraduate to doctoral, and faculty specializing in teaching, clinical practice and research.

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About the College

Our college is home to a range of programs from undergraduate to doctoral, and offers a continuum of opportunities for education professionals and beyond.

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High Value, High Quality

Earn a graduate degree from one of the Northwest’s top 3 colleges of education.

Boise State stands out for its high-quality and high-value programs. Full-time in-state tuition is estimated at $9,638, and out-of-state at $26,558 for the 2020-2021 school year.

Source: 2021 US News and World Report

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