Boise State University (Boise State) is the largest university in Idaho and is known for being the home of 11 Idaho Professor of the Year honorees since 1990. It is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.

Boise State has earned good reviews from the U.S. News and World Report’s, ranking among the “top up-and-coming schools” in its “2009 America’s Best Colleges” issue. Its College of Engineering undergraduate programs also ranked 15th nationally in the same issue.

The university currently has a good number of undergraduate and graduate degree programs under 165 fields of interest. Three of Boise State’s Master’s degree programs are offered fully online (Instructional and Performance Technology (IPT), Educational Technology, and Nursing Master’s Program). Online Bachelor-level degree completion programs include Respiratory Care and Nursing. There are also a good number of online courses offered to on-campus students both for undergraduate and graduate programs. These online courses are delivered via the Internet/Online, Teleweb, Online Professional Education, Telecourses, and Videoconferencing.

Admissions requirements is as follows:

● Completed application form
● Non-refundable application fee
● Official high school transcript or GED test scores (Also from colleges/universities attended for transfer/graduate students)
● ACT or SAT test results

Tuition for AY 2010-2011 is $232/credit hour for undergraduate students and $282/credit hour graduate students. An additional fee of $84/credit hour is charged for non-residents, which includes those enrolled as distance learners or online learners.

Financial aid is available in the form of Federal Aid and scholarships. Boise State also offers a variety of payment plans.

For more information about online majors, degrees, classes, online programs, rankings, reviews, tuition, scholarships and financial aid options, please contact Boise State University.