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Boise State online bachelor’s program ranked No. 39 in the nation

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Multiple programs earn high rankings from U.S. News and World Report

Boise State continues to provide highly competitive programs for online students located in Idaho and all over the world. In the U.S. News and World Report’s latest national rankings – which evaluate more than 1,200 online programs – multiple Boise State programs earned high rankings in the “Best Online Programs” category. Additionally, Boise State is the only public or private institution in Idaho to be ranked.

“Our online programs help us serve students wherever they are – geographically, or in their lives and careers – and help them achieve success,” said Dr. Marlene Tromp, Boise State president. “We continue to draw national attention for our innovative approaches all across campus, a campus that is foremost dedicated to the growth of our students and to the continual improvement of our communities and our state.”

Boise State’s online bachelor’s program ranked 39th nationally ahead of Syracuse University and Kansas State University and 26th for “Best Online Bachelor’s Programs for Veterans.”

“These online degrees allow people from all across Idaho and beyond the opportunity to pursue a Boise State degree without having to uproot from their jobs and their communities,” said Mark Wheeler, dean of Boise State’s Division of Extended Studies.

A snapshot of the program-specific rankings are below.

The Boise State University Bachelor’s Program Overview on the U.S. News and World Report website provides additional information. Visit Boise State Online to learn more about the variety of online programs that Boise State offers.