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College of Arts and Sciences

Boise State University’s largest academic division,┬áthe College of Arts and Science (COAS), encompasses a broad range of “liberal arts education and research.” Foundation Some of the educational programs within COAS formed the very first curricula at Boise Junior College. Of … (Read More) College of Arts and Sciences

College of Education

The Boise State University College of Education “meaningfully engages with communities through innovative teacher preparation and education research.” History When BJC began in 1932, education was one of nine courses for the academic year, but only as a preparatory certificate … (Read More) College of Education

College of Business

The College of Business and Economics (COBE) addresses “important business and societal issues by being effective, innovative and risk-tolerant.” COBE is based in the Micron Business and Economics Building. Early Years Business education started in 1939 when BJC became a … (Read More) College of Business

Vocational Education

Boise State University offered vocational education for 70 years, from 1939 to 2009. These 2-year associate degrees and certificates trained students for occupations specific to businesses in the Boise Valley. The university stopped accepting new two-year degree seeking students in … (Read More) Vocational Education

Catalogs

Published annually by the Office of the Registrar, this document guides students through required courses to earn a degree from Boise State University. (Read More) Catalogs