College of Business

Graduate Programs

Master of Business Administration

The College of Business (COB) at Idaho State University offers the MBA program to holders of business and non-business bachelor's degrees. Since 1978, our program has been accredited by the coveted AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), and we offer several attractive advantages, including:

To view the goals and objectives of the MBA program, please read the College of Business section of the 2013-2014 Graduate Catalog.

Download admissions and course requirements.

See a list of frequently asked questions about the MBA program.

Master of Accountancy (MAcc)

You can complete a Master of Accountancy in one year (fall, spring, and summer semesters). The COB designed the program to prepare students for the accounting profession and specifically for a public accounting career track. A student can enter the program in any of the three academic terms.

The ISU MAcc assumes that students enter with an undergraduate accounting degree. If a student has an undergraduate business degree but not an accounting degree, the student will need to complete the equivalent of an undergraduate accounting major core. If a student has a non-business undergraduate degree, additional courses in business and economics are also required to prepare for entrance into the MAcc.

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See a list of frequently asked questions about the MAcc program.

MBA - Scholarship for Service (SFS)

This program offers students scholarship funding in exchange for service at a Federal agency as an information assurance professional. The program includes tuition/fees, insurance, and a monthly stipend.

The National Information Assurance Training and Education Center at the ISU College of Business administers the Federal Scholarship for Service Cyber Corps program.

For complete information visit

  • Idaho State University College of Business 921 South 8th Avenue, Stop 8020 Pocatello, Idaho, USA 83209
  • 208-282-3585
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