Boise State University (BSU) provides a diverse mix of courses that include ninety five bachelor degree programs, twelve graduate certificate programs and seventy three master degree programs. As the largest academic institution at Idaho, the University has over nineteen thousand students. The Boise State University has history that dates back to the 1930s. The research wing of the University has been emerging with flourishing research and sponsored projects. The Boise State University also boasts of the largest undergraduate nursing curriculum in the state. Other than ensuring an enriching academic experience for its students, the University also has the world's only NCAA Division I blue football field to make student life at BSU exciting and fun.
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The various courses offered at the Boise state University (BSU) range from arts, science, economics, business, engineering, education, social science, technology, health science and others. Of the several programs offered at BSU, a partial list is displayed here:
College of Business & Economics
College of Arts& Sciences
College of Engineering
Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering
College of Education
College of Social Science & Public Affairs
Apart from the above, BSU also has various research programs, academic support programs, interdisciplinary minors, distance education etc.
For undergraduate admission at BSU, the applicant needs to submit the high school transcripts along with an admission fee. ACT or SAT scores are also needed. A record of previous education and official transcripts will be needed to apply to any of the programs at BSU. Admission to some of the programs might need GRE scores.
The Boise State University provides residence halls and student apartments for the students in the BSU campus. Students can also reside in apartment complexes that are within walking distance of BSU. Students can apply through the Student Housing Office.
Boise State University
1910 University Drive
Boise, ID 83725