You don’t have to put your life on hold to take classes–Boise State offers flexible learning options to fit your schedule.
Boise State’s online, evening, weekend, and hybrid programs enable you to learn from the same expert professors who teach our on-campus and daytime courses. These flexible delivery options allow you to find the best fit for your life and adapt to your schedule as it changes semester by semester.
Online classes give you complete flexibility for where you complete your courses. The format of online classes is similar to in-person options with regard to schedule and workload. Instructors provide you with assignments, set deadlines, and interact on a regular basis through discussion boards, instant chat, and e-mail.Learn more about Boise State Online
With work, family, commuting and more, sometimes the evening is the only free time you have to take a class. Boise State offers evening courses in a variety of different subjects and at different locations throughout Idaho. Our evening programs offer classes with the same high-quality curriculum and faculty valued by our Boise State graduates and their employers.
Search for courses offered in the evening by adding a filter for class start time, under additional search criteria, in your Student Center when searching or registering for classes.Search for evening classes
We know that busy weekday schedules can make it hard to find time to advance your career or get that degree. That’s why Boise State offers many classes and full programs that are designed to give you greater flexibility, allowing time for your job, family, recreation, and school.
Search for courses offered on the weekends by adding filters for days of the week, under additional search criteria, in your Student Center when searching or registering for classes.Search for weekend classes
Thanks to Summer Sessions at Boise State, you can reach your goals more quickly by earning college credits AND enjoying your summer vacation. Over 600 courses and workshops are offered, with a variety of start dates and lengths to choose from.
Summer Sessions run from May 6-August 11, and you can register starting February 20.Search for summer classes
For some students, it’s appealing to take classes in a physical location and interact with instructors and peers face-to-face–but they still need additional flexibility. Hybrid courses combine in-person and online classes by alternating between delivery methods throughout the semester.
Search for courses offered as a hybrid option by adding filters for mode of instruction, under additional search criteria, in your Student Center when searching or registering for classes.Search for hybrid classes
If you are looking for a short-term education and training options to build on the skills you already have or to gain skills or certifications you need to get ahead, consider non-credit professional development. Boise State’s Center for Professional Development offers courses online and in-person at your company or the Center in Meridian.
Learn about the variety of non-credit offerings that will fit within your schedule and help you achieve your goal.Search professional development options