Elementary Education

The number of students enrolling in public kindergarten and elementary schools is expected to increase over the coming decade, and the number of classes needed to accommodate these students should rise, resulting in a need for more teachers. Coursework and practicum experiences in this program will acquaint teacher candidates with the rich diversity they will find in their K-12 classrooms and provide opportunities to practice pedagogies appropriate for the context.

Boise State Flex enables you to complete your elementary education degree on your schedule and at multiple locations throughout Idaho.

Class Options

For a list of classes offered this semester or in the future, go to my.boisestate.edu and search for courses. Select Educ-Curriculum, Inst, Fnd Std, Educ-Early & Special Education, or Educ-Literacy, Language, Culture from the list of subjects and select additional, advanced filters to narrow courses by location and instruction mode.

Learn more about Boise State’s Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education, including information about student resources, scholarships, and contacts by visiting the Elementary Education page.

Where classes are offered

When classes are offered

  • Evenings after 6 p.m.
  • During the day
  • Online
“Overall employment of kindergarten and elementary school teachers is projected to grow 7 percent from 2016 to 2026.” – Bureau of Labor Statistics