These are some of the Boise State AfterWork questions we hear the most.
If you don’t see your question here, check the Advising and Academic Support Center (AASC) or contact a Boise State AfterWork advisor at (208) 426-3496.
Boise State AfterWork is a flexible degree completion option that allows you to finish your bachelor’s degree by taking evening, weekend, or online classes.
If you have adult responsibilities that prevent you from attending Boise State as a full-time, traditional student, you might qualify for Boise State AfterWork. Request more information today.
We offer eight different undergraduate degrees. Read more about our degree programs.
The length of time it takes you to complete your degree depends on several factors (both academic and personal), but early on, you will have the opportunity to sit down with a professional advisor who will help you develop an individual degree plan that starts at orientation and ends at graduation.
Boise State University accepts all academic transfer credits from regionally accredited institutions. You can read more about our transfer policies on the Office of the Registrar’s website.
Yes, Testing Services offers several placement exams. You can also earn college credits by taking CLEP or DSST exams.
Boise State AfterWork classes are offered at all of our regional sites, online, and on the main campus.
Yes, many of our degree programs offer online classes. Visit Boise State eCampus to find out more about online classes at Boise State.