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Earn an Associates of Applied Science from CSI or Bachelor of Applied Science at Boise State University. Find your path forward.

Boise State Bachelor of Applied Science

Choose an emphasis or create a customized degree plan that builds on your technical associate degree (AAS) and combines your ideas, experiences, and goals with new, purposeful learning opportunities.

  • Learn 100% online, on campus, or both
  • Full- or part-time options to fit your schedule
  • Personalized academic advising

Application Deadlines

Admission to Boise State is offered each FALL, SPRING and SUMMER semester. Steps 1, 2, and 3 of the application process must be completed by:

  • June 30 for Fall admission (classes begin in August)
  • December 1 for Spring admission (classes begin in January)
  • April 1 for Summer admission (classes begin in May)

Schedule and Appointment with a Student Success Coach

How to Apply

Step 1

Schedule an appointment with a Student Success Coach

From deciding if an online, in-person or combination degree is right for you, to figuring out what credits transfer from previous schools, talking to a Student Success Coach is the best place to start.

You can meet with a coach by phone or video conference.

Talk to a Coach

Step 2

Apply to Boise State University

Submit the Boise State University Undergraduate Admission Application online. In the Semester and Major section of the application:

  • Select “Bachelor of Applied Science-Online Program-Jr/Sr Standing”.
  • Indicate you are interested in taking courses entirely through online delivery.

Apply To Boise State

Step 3

Submit Official Transcripts

Contact the registrar offices of all the universities and colleges that you’ve attended to obtain transcripts that can be emailed to Boise State.

Request official transcripts

Military Students

The Boise State Bachelor of Applied Science is very equipped to accommodate military service members. Whether you are active-duty, a veteran, or a civilian, Boise State’s BAS is here to support you as you earn your bachelor’s degree.

If you have served in the military, include your Joint Services Transcript and/or Community College of the Air Force transcript.

Joint Services Transcript

Community College of the Air Force transcript

After You're Admitted to Boise State, Follow These Steps:

Step 4

Apply for Scholarships and Financial Aid

  • Go to Boise State’s school code is 001616
  • Complete the Boise State scholarship application

Learn More About Aid and Scholarships

Step 5

Complete Orientation

After you are admitted to Boise State University, directions on how to complete a new student orientation will be provided.

Step 6

Meet Your Advisor

You and your advisor will discuss your goals for completing the program, review how your credits transfer to Boise State and guide you through course registration.

BAS Advising Team

Step 7

Apply to the BAS Program

Your Personal Impact Statement serves as your application to the program. It should reflect serious thought and be an example of the level of writing aptitude you plan to deliver during your academic courses.

How to write a Personal Impact Statement

Step 8

Choose an Emphasis Area

Choosing an emphasis area helps you customize your degree based on your goals. With courses, certificates and other programs designed to help you get ahead, these emphasis areas give you the skills and knowledge required for your industry.

Learn more about Emphasis Areas


How to Register for the Boise State Associates of Applied Science Lineman Worker

Step 1

Contact Stephanie Hauf

Call Stephanie at (208) 732-6366. The online application for new students is free.

Step 2

Submit Proof of Apprenticeship Completion

Forms of proof can include one of the following:

  • Journeyman card or completion certificates
  • If you are in the process of completing your apprenticeship program, you can still begin the degree classes!

Step 3

Request All Official Transcripts Be Sent to the CSI Registrar’s Office

If applicable, order transcripts at

Step 4

Submit Placement Scores for English and Math

If applicable, applicants can take the CSI Placement Tests free of charge. Math test must be taken in a proctored environment. Arrangements can be made at a testing location in your area.

Step 5

Schedule an Advising Appointment with the Apprenticeship Coordinator

  • Review course topics
  • Assist with proper course sequence selection
  • Advising support resources
  • The Apprenticeship Coordinator will be your point of contact through the entire process

Step 6

Attend S.O.A.R. (Student Orientation and Registration)

  • Discover what’s available through CSI’s online tools
  • Meet with the Apprenticeship Coordinator for follow-up questions or additional questions
  • Make changes to your semester schedule
  • Learn student success tips and your student responsibilities
  • Understand campus resources

For assistance, please contact Stefanie Hauff (208) 732-6366 or

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