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ISU-Idaho Falls
Programs and Degrees

Certificates
Computer Information Systems
GeoTechnologies
Associate Degrees
English A.A.
History A.A.
Biology A.S.
Business A.S.
Physics A.S.
Math A.S.
General Studies A.A.
Bachelor Degrees
Bachelor of Applied Technology
General Studies B.A.
General Business B.B.A.
Elementary Education B.S.
Secondary Teacher Education B.S.
Nursing B.S.
Vocational Teacher Education B.S.
Human Resource Training & Development B.S.
Master Degrees
Business Administration MBA
Education M.Ed.
Environmental Engineering M.S.
Waste Management & Environmental Science M.S.
Health Physics M.S.
Measurement & Control Engineering M.S.
Nuclear Science & Engineering M.S.
Doctoral Degrees
Applied Science & Engineering Ph.D.
Education Ed.D.

ISU Locations

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Right here in Idaho Falls lies the treasure you seek. Idaho State University-Idaho Falls offers a wealth of degree programs and courses to satisfy your quest for riches — both in knowledge and increased earning power.

Those who earn a bachelor's degree can increase their annual salary by an average of $30,000. Those with a master's degree add another $10,000 a year on top of that. Make it a doctorate or professional degree and you're looking at more than doubling and even tripling your earning power.

What you'll learn will make you a more well-rounded and capable person, too. If you want to create more opportunity for yourself, obtaining a higher education at Idaho State University will make that happen.

Take a look at what we have to offer. If you don't see what you're looking for, tell us and we'll help you find it. Let us know how we can help you discover your fortune.

Professional degree

$80,200

Doctorate

$70,500

Master's degree

$55,300

Bachelor's degree

$46,300

Associate degree

$35,400

Some college

$32,400

High school diploma

$28,800

Some high school

$21,400

Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Quarterly, Spring 2002. p.52