Thank you for your interest in pursuing engineering or a related scientific field at Boise State University. We would love to talk with you about our favorite topics – engineering, computer science and construction management. If you are considering enrolling in one of the programs offered through the College of Engineering, feel free to explore the information and resources available by clicking on the links on this page.
Undergraduate students in all of the COEN programs have amazing opportunities to do research, work on actual design projects, and participate in internships that provide the opportunity for qualified students to be involved in practical work experience in business, industry, and government.
What should I take in high school (Idaho) if I’m interested in Engineering, Computer Science or Construction Management?
Note: ALEKS – Students seeking current information about math assessment for Math 147 or Math 170 should go to http://math.boisestate.edu/aleks
The Peer Ambassador Program utilizes the experiences, knowledge, and leadership skills of selected upper-class students to help new students transition to Boise State University as undergraduates.
You can now easily access course descriptions by subject or college from the catalog portion of the Registrar’s Office website. We encourage you to take advantage of these pages by linking directly to them from your department websites.
Our new Registration Guide will be replacing the information that was previously printed in the front pages of the Schedule of Classes. This page is a great resource for students as they navigate through the registration process.
Engineering Residential College (ERC)
The Engineering Residential College is a living-learning community for those interested in technical disciplines. The focus of the Engineering Residential College is on academic success with the primary activities centered on academic support. There is also special attention to preparing students for a career in engineering by exposing students to topics that are not always included in the formal curriculum, such as communication and presentation skills, along with teamwork and group process. Advising sessions will be offered in the community in addition to regular faculty office hours. Residents will also participate in weekly community meals. For more information click here.