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College of Education ranked among top 40 best public graduate schools in the U.S.

Boise State University’s College of Education is among the top 40 public universities on the U.S. News and World Report 2022 “Best Education Schools” list.

The College of Education earned an overall ranking of 54, and is 40 out of ranked public universities. This ranking puts the college in the top three in the Northwest, the top three in the Intermountain West and the top 13 in the West.

A graduate degree in the College of Education prepares students to become scholars and leaders in their communities and beyond. The college currently offers 13 graduate certificate programs (12 online), 15 master programs (six online), two education specialist programs (one online) and two doctor programs (one online).

Boise State College of Education graduate students gain experience and conduct research in real-world environments with the support and mentorship of expert and dedicated faculty. A graduate degree from the College of Education costs less than other highly-ranked universities in the Northwest that offer similar graduate programs in education, offering a high-quality and high-value experience to students.

Meet some of our outstanding graduate students in the videos below to see the innovative and impactful work they do in education.

Meet Rosa Gonzalez, MEd in Literacy, Language and Culture

Meet Kerry McClay, EdD in Curriculum and Instruction

Meet Jamie Vick, EdS in Educational Technology

Meet Michael Crawford, MIT in Special Education

Meet Lindsey Yundt, GC in Mathematics Instruction, Learning and Leadership