Please note: Articulation agreements are contingent upon the completion of an associate of arts or associate of science or core certification upon transfer.
|2018-2019 Articulation Agreements|
|College of Eastern Idaho|
|College of Southern Idaho|
|College of Western Idaho|
|North Idaho College|
- Boise State University accepts all academic credits from regionally accredited institutions as either elective credit or as equivalent to specific courses. Transfer courses are evaluated on a course-by-course basis.
- Your academic requirements are determined by the catalog published the year you enroll at Boise State.
- The University Foundations Program courses may also count towards major requirements. If there is a University Foundations Program course required in your major, it will be preceded by the Foundational Studies designation in parentheses.
- Courses transfer to Boise State on the same level (lower- or upper-division) as taken at the original institution. In the cases where a lower-division course transfers to Boise State as equivalent to an upper-division course, the student will be given credit for having completed the course, but the credits will not count toward the required 40 credits of upper-division coursework.