Discover the College of Business
Nestled in the center of outdoor adventure, the Idaho State University College of Business provides a stage for an unforgettable college experience. Within our multiple majors and graduate programs, students dive into an education built on experiential learning- all backed by a long-standing accreditation by the AACSB.
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Among the Best
The AACSB represents “the longest serving global association dedicated to advancing management education worldwide,” and accredits less than five percent of the 16,000 schools granting business degrees in the world. The College of Business’ accounting program is also separately accredited as one of only 175 schools holding both accounting and business accreditation, ranking ISU’s College of Business in the top two percent of business schools worldwide.
A Hands-On Education
The College of Business is home to eight different student clubs and organizations. Here, students have the opportunity to join their peers for increased experience in their field of study, chances to network and learn from professionals and alumni and plan major events.
Building a Career Culture
Our unique Professional Development program is designed to guide students through preparing for a successful career from starting out as a freshman to finding a job as a junior, senior or graduate student.
The University's Only Residential College
Live among your peers on campus. Dyer Hall is a residential hall designated for students from the College of Business. Here, you can study, hang out and collaborate with your business peers all under one roof.
An Affordable Education
At Idaho State University you can avoid annual increases in the cost of tuition encountered at all other Idaho colleges and universities. With a tuition lock from ISU, what you pay when you enroll as a first-time college freshman is what you'll pay for up to four years.
Discounted out-of-state Tuition
Want to go out of state but don't want to pay out-of-state tuition? If you are a resident of one of the listed 14 western states, you may qualify for the Western Undergraduate Exchange at ISU. This scholarship, available for freshmen and transfer students, could save you more than $35,000 over four years.
College and University Scholarships
The College of Business and ISU award more than $10 million annually in student scholarships. Through the Bengal Online Scholarship System (BOSS), students have the opportunity to easily apply for multiple scholarships at the college or university level.
Adventure at Your Fingertips
Life in Pocatello is full of outdoor adventure and opportunity. Surrounded by mountains, the small city offers a wide variety of activities from hiking, cross-country and downhill skiing, snowshoeing, mountain biking and more. Pocatello is also close to Yellowstone National Park and a huge range of other breathtaking locations. The University’s Outdoor Adventure Center also hosts countless inexpensive activities for students to experience kayaking, camping, skiing, paddle boarding and much more.