Boise State University - Master's Degree

Boise State is primarily a commuter campus located in the capital of Idaho. Every January various cultural activities take place, including the International Food Song and Dance Festival.

  • Average Tuition USD 34,560

School Description

Boise State was originally founded as a junior college for the Episcopal Church. The university offers 201 undergraduate degree and 100 graduate degree programs. The main campus has over 170 buildings and is located in a small-city urban setting. BSU also hosts a Distinguished Lecture Series at which noteworthy individuals come to speak.

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Admission Requirements

  • Minimum GPA 1.60
  • Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 61


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    Established in 1932


    BSU has a student union building with a bookstore, fast food, bowling lanes, an arcade, and an art gallery. They are also home to the Morrison Center for the Performing Arts, which hosts various fine arts performances.

    The Location

    1910 University Dr, Boise, ID 83725, United States

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      • Testimony
        1998-2001, BS

        Receiving my B.S. in Psychology in 2001 was one of the greatest achievements of my life. I started at BSU when I was 30 years old - a little nervous to go back to school but what a great experience! The classes were engaging, the campus is so vibrant and I was never the oldest person in any of my classes. I really enjoyed the summer classes as well - it was all challenging, yet I always felt so supported by the professors and other students. I am so grateful to Boise State University - Go Broncos!!

      • Testimony
        2000-2004, MS

        I can't say enough about the on line education I received at Boise State. For four years I connected to the campus only via Lotus Notes; but I can tell you it was one of the toughest, labor intensive, mentally challenging and overall best educational experiences I ever had. I have attended two other graduate schools; one on line and one classroom; they do not hold a candle to BSU. I earned my MS in Instructional and Performance Technology in 2004; I am so proud of that accomplishment and proud of the excellent program at Boise State. I did go to campus to get my diploma and it was worth every minute and every dime I spent. Go Broncos!

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        2010-2013, EdD

        I just completed my doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction from BSU in December 2013. I was very fortunate to have brilliant professors in my classes and directing my dissertation. I enjoyed the small class size that provided a rich discussion environment between the professor and students. The BSU doctoral program was the most challenging and rewarding educational experience of my life.