Program Overview

Boise State University offers the Master in Teaching in Early Childhood Intervention, a program that emphasizes collaborative online activities and discussion. While online and convenient for the busy student, the program is structured and rigorous using a cohort model. Students will study courses such as Special Education Law, Positive Behavior, Early Intervention Birth to Three, Families and Communities, and more.

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    Program Details

    Degree Level: Master

    Delivery Format: 100% Online

    Accelerated Degree: No

    Accreditation & Licensing

    Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities

    Requirements

    • Bachelor’s degree
    • Personal statement
    • Official Test Scores: Core Academic Skills for Educators
    • Two letters of recommendation
    • Background Check

    Restrictions

    This program may or may not provide initial licensure in other states.

    School Overview

    Boise State University was founded in 1932 as Boise Junior College. In 1965, four-year status was awarded and Boise Junior College evolved to become Boise College. Finally, in 1974 university status was earned and the name was changed again to what it is today: Boise State University. Boise State University is a four-year public university and the largest institution of higher education in the state of Idaho. 

    Boise State houses seven colleges and almost 200 degrees and certificates to choose from. To accommodate the busy schedules of their students, Boise State University offers online classes through their eCampus system. Through this system, some select undergraduate degrees, graduate degrees and graduate certificates can be completed 100% online

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