Top Colleges In Idaho

by Neva Reys

top colleges in idaho

Boise State University

Boise State University is one of the top colleges in Idaho an is an award winning faculty, with 11 of the teachers earning Idaho Professor of the Year honor since 1990. It stands as the largest university in the state and offers degrees in government, technology, health care, education, the arts, industry and business, among others, for a total of 190 fields of interest. To learn about the degrees offered, call 800-824-7017 or visit www.boisestate.edu.

Lewis-Clark State College

The Lewis-Clark State College consistently ranks as one of the top comprehensive Bachelor’s Degree-offering public colleges in the west by U.S. News and World Report. The school offers bachelor’s degrees in education, nursing, business, computer science, and interdisciplinary studies, as well as associates degrees in web development, diesel technology, auto repair, office technology, bookkeeping, graphic arts, information systems analysis, and hotel/restaurant management. To find out more about the school, visit www.lcsc.edu or call 208-792-5272.

University of Idaho

Founded in 1889, the University of Idaho stands as one of the top universities in the country and one of the top colleges in Idaho, as ranked by U.S. News and World Report. The school offers an extensive list of degrees including both undergraduate and graduate programs. It also has a law school. The University of Idaho has a main campus in Moscow, Idaho, as well as campuses in Boise, Coeur d’Alene, Research Park, Twin Falls, and Idaho Falls. Call 888-660-8477 or visit www.uidaho.edu to find out more about the specific degree programs offered at the University of Idaho.

Idaho State University

Idaho State University has nine colleges offering a wide range of degree programs. These colleges include the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Business, the College of Education, the College of Engineering, the Kasiska College of Health Professions, the College of Pharmacy, the College of Technology, Interdisciplinary Degree Programs, and Pre-Professional Programs. As a public doctoral and research university, it offers an intense education with an emphasis on hands-on learning. It stands as the state’s leader in health-related fields, and also has a strong arts department. To learn more visit www.isu.edu or call the Academic Advising department at 208-282-3277.

College of Southern Idaho

The College of Southern Idaho is a fast growing college with a campus in Twin Falls and off-campus centers in Gooding, Jerome, Burley, and Hailey. The college offers a variety of programs under the following degrees and certificates: Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Associate of Engineering, Associate of Applied Science, Technical Certificate, and Postsecondary Certificate. These credits easily transfer into bachelor’s programs or stand alone to launch a successful career. To learn more visit www.csi.edu or call the Advising Center at 800-680-0274.

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