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EdTech Boise StateGet started today imageThe education field is changing – fast. Technology is infusing the learning process with new ideas and new approaches. Now you can update your skills to help make learning fun, interesting and interactive.
EdTech at Boise State University gives you an innovative, 100% online program that meets your needs and fits your schedule. Our programs are designed to give you the skills you need to upgrade your career and most importantly: learn to be an even better educator.

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cap image-Ed.D. Educational Technology
-Ed.S. Educational Technology*
-Master of Education Technology*
*No GRE required for Ed.S or M.E.T.

Financial Aid

money imageMost students qualify for some kind of aid regardless of past credit history, assets, current income etc. We encourage students to apply for aid. Many students are able
to defer current loan payments while
enrolled in our program.

Endorsement for Idaho Teachers

-K-12 Online Teaching Endorsement
Edtech is a state-approved provider of an Idaho K-12 Online Teaching Endorsement program.

varsity esports program

Boise State University has joined the list of major universities to approve a varsity esports program!

The Broncos will launch a school-sponsored esports team and build a computer lab facility specific to its esports ventures, program director and BSU clinical assistant professor Chris Haskell told ESPN. The program plans to host teams that will compete in five games, which include League of Legends, Overwatch, Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm and Rocket League.
Read ESPN’s full article here.

Watch a short conversation with Dr. Haskell.

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EdTech faculty write a handbook for peers interested in starting competitive gaming on campus

EdTech Department Chair Brett Shelton and Associate Professor Chris Haskell are releasing a new book called College Esports: What you need to know.

The free, 160-page book will be available soon on Amazon and at the Apple Store.

The book—written as a conversation with succinct end-of-chapter summaries—is intended to be a guide for university personnel interested in creating intercollegiate eSports teams.

Chapters include (1) Navigating the University Space, (2) Leadership and Organization, (3) Tournaments and Participation, (4) Creating the Team, and (5) Responsibilities and the Future.


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-Online Teaching
-School Technology Coordination
-Educational Games and Simulation

Why Our Program

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-Easy online admission
-Affordable tuition
-Engaging courses
-Award-winning faculty
-No GRE required for Ed.S or M.E.T

Student Success Profile

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graduate Alyson Nelson named to the 2016 class of Allen Distinguished Educate rs for her work in advanced
biomedical engineering. Read Her Story

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