College Of Education
One college. Limitless learning.
One College. Limitless Learning.
*2022 Winter Break remote office hours: Dean’s office and teacher education staff will be available remotely via email Monday, December 19 – Thursday, December 22. The university is closed and staff will be on break December 23 – January 2 and will resume in-person office hours January 3.
We embrace and engage in our vision for excellence in teacher education, graduate programs, doctoral study, research and external funding, and community and partnership relations.
Our college is home to a range of programs from undergraduate to doctoral, offering a continuum of advancement and opportunities for education professionals and beyond.
Boise State Teacher Education programs are designed to promote the continual development of teachers with an emphasis on increasing P-12 student learning.
The college includes five academic departments with programs from undergraduate to doctoral, and faculty specializing in teaching, clinical practice and research.
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.
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 2021-2022 school year.
Source: 2023 US News and World Report
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