Boise State University

Home to the Broncos, Boise State University is Idaho’s metropolitan research university. Located in the state’s political, business and cultural center, the school gives students once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to study under award-winning faculty in a variety of programs. Some of the fastest-growing programs at the school are in distance learning, letting students from around the world take courses and earn degrees from the school.

The university is fully accredited through the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, offering students levels of accreditation that are the highest possible. Financial aid is given to qualifying students to ensure them the opportunity to realize their dreams without worrying about costs. Many students receive federal grants and loans, while others obtain scholarships based upon academic performance.

A variety of undergraduate and graduate degrees are available to students. Bachelor’s degrees are granted in Nursing and Respiratory Care. Respiratory Therapists who have earned Associate’s degrees can complete a B.S. degree from the comfort of home. Graduate degrees are offered in Business Administration, Educational Technology, Nursing and Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning. Non-degree students can earn certificates in Educational Technology and Organizational Performance.

Boise State University is very willing to help all kinds of students, from recent high school graduates to military personnel returning to civilian life or seeking further education while still enlisted. Self-assessment surveys are available for those considering online learning, to make sure this type of learning fits one’s personality and schedule. Numerous student support services are offered to online students including Academic Advising, Writing Centers and Online Tutorials for those having difficulty with certain subjects.

Students interested in studying at BSU can begin by applying to the school using the online application. Once accepted, they can begin their journey toward earning a degree from a school that cares about its students and their success.