Expand Your Horizons With a Workshop at Boise State
For those who want to take a course toward graduation goals, for career development, or because it is of special interest, Boise State offers courses in the format of workshops that range from two days to three weeks in length. These are short courses conducted by qualified faculty or another expert in a particular field.
They are offered at varying times, including evenings and/or weekends and cover a wide range of topics.
Credits Instructor Days/Time Start Date End Date BASQ-STD Basque Nationalism in Media (Cross-listed with COMM, GENDER, HIST, POLS) 1 Beristain, Argia SaSu, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. October 7 October 8 BASQ-STD Basque Symbolic Ethnicity (Cross-listed with COMM, GENDER, HIST, SOC) 1 Mackey, Meggan SaSu, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. September 16 September 17 BASQ-STD Genocide Studies, Introduction (Cross-listed with COMM, FORLNG, GENDER, HIST, POLS, SOC) 1 Irujo, Xabier SaSu, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. November 4 November 5 BASQ-STD Global vs. Minority Cultures (Cross-listed with COMM, HIST, SOC) 1 Ysursa, John SaSu, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. October 28 October 29 BASQ-STD Introduction to Basque Culture (Cross-listed with ANTH, COMM, FORLNG, GENDER, HIST, SOC) 1 Ariznabarreta, Larraitz SaSu, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. September 30 October 14 BASQ-STD Paganism & Religion: The Basques (Cross-listed with ANTH, COMM, FORLNG, GENDER, HIST, SOC) 1 Ariznabarreta, Larraitz SaSu, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. October 21 October 22 BASQ-STD Power, Culture & Resistance (Cross-listed with ANTH, COMM, FORLNG, GENDER, HIST, SOC) 1 Ariznabarreta, Larraitz SaSu, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. November 11 November 12 BIOL Nat Hist Reptiles & Amphibians 1 Lundburg, Frank SaSu, 8,30a.m.-5 p.m. September 16 September 17 BIOL Nat Hist Reptiles & Amphibians 1 Lundburg, Frank SaSu, 8,30a.m.-5 p.m. October 28 October 29 COUN Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduc (Cross-listed with HLTHST) 1 Pangburn, Carol We, 6 p.m.-9 p.m. August 23 September 20 FORLNG Business Etiquette in China (Cross-listed with ANTH, HONORS, INTBUS, SOC) 1 Wei, Sharon SaSu, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. September 30 October 14 FORLNG Experience Korean Pop Culture (Cross-listed with COMM, HIST, SOC) 1 Lee, Yookyung Sa, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. October 7 October 14 FORLNG Pagan to Christian: Anglo-Saxo (Cross-listed with ANTH, GENDER, HIST, SOC) 1 Wadley, Karen Sa, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. November 4 November 11 FORLNG The Fall of Rome (Cross-listed with HIST, SOC) 1 Wadley, Karen Sa, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. October 7 October 14 FORLNG The Late Roman Frontier (Cross-listed with GENDER, HIST, SOC) 1 Wadley, Karen Sa, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. September 9 September 16 FORLNG The Muslim Brothers (Cross-listed with GENDER, HIST, POLS, SOC) 1 Eltayeb, Dalia Sa, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. October 14 October 21 FORLNG Typical German? Culture-Stereo (Cross-listed with HIST, SOC) 1 Borders, Franzi Sa,Su, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. November 4 November 5 SPS Affordable Housing (Cross-listed with HIST, URBAN) 1 Shallat, Todd ThFr, 4 p.m.-8 p.m.;
Sa, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
November 9 November 11 SPS Boise’s Urban Renewal (Cross-listed with ENVSTD, HIST, SOC, URBAN) 1 Felton, Elizabeth Sa, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. October 7 October 14 SPS Gothic Boise Sequel (Cross-listed with ARTHIST, HIST, URBAN) 1 Shallat, Todd Sa, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. September 16 September 23 SPS Local Food Economy (Cross-listed with ECON, ENVSTD, POLS, URBAN) 1 Islam, Samia Sa, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. October 28 November 11
To read full descriptions of the Summer Workshops, you may also view and download the Summer 2017 Workshops list (PDF)
Once you are admitted to Boise State, (visit the Admissions website for more information), you may register for workshops through the day before the workshop begins, if space is available. If you have difficulty registering, call Extended Studies at (208) 426-1709 for assistance.
For the most current course information, go to my.boisestate.edu and search for courses.
For Boise State Students
Go to my.boisestate.edu and log into your Student Center. Select “Search” and select “workshops” from the “Course Component” drop-down list. Click “Search” to view a list.
Go to my.boisestate.edu Course Search web page. From here, select your choice under “Subjects”, select “Workshop” in the list if available, to view the offerings.
PLEASE NOTE: No more than a total of nine credits of conferences and workshops may be used to meet degree requirements or university graduation requirements.
Fee Payment Information
Fee Payment Deadlines – 6 p.m. on deadline day OR by 11:59 p.m. through my.BoiseState.edu. Please visit my.BoiseState.edu to see what the deadline date is for the semester in which you are enrolling.
Fees must be paid for all classes and workshops for which you are registered (including classes and workshops with starting dates later in the semester), in the Boise State Payment and Disbursement Office or via my.BoiseState.edu, by the official deadline for each semester or at the time of registration after this deadline date.
Fees are payable to Boise State University by check, money order, purchase order or by VISA/MC/Discover card.
NOTE: In addition to regular per credit course fees, some courses have additional fees (e.g., lab, workshop, telecommunication). Please check the course schedule and verify fees at your time of registration.
Fee Policy: Once you register for classes/workshops, you will remain registered and will be held responsible for the fees and grades assessed for these classes unless you cancel your registration by the appropriate deadline. If you decide not to attend any classes, you must drop all your classes by going through my.BoiseState.edu no later than the deadline for each semester. If you do not cancel your registration or pay your fees by the fee payment deadline, you will remain registered, you will be charged course fees, and you will be assessed a $50 late penalty.
NOTE: All complete withdrawals are subject to a $40 fee.
NOTE FOR WORKSHOPS: After fee payment deadline, payment for workshops is due at registration.
Workshop Refund Policy
100% refund prior to the first day of the workshop. There is no refund beginning with the first day of the workshop.
For more information about workshops, please call:
Boise State Extended Studies at (208) 426-1709;
(Press “5” for Extended Studies in the phone options list.)
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