Short for Idaho, ID is a state located in United States of America. On this site, we offer detailed profile of top engineering schools in the state of Idaho. Please follow the links below to find admissions information of each college of engineering in Idaho or see brief enrollment information on the following table.
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Engineering schools in Idaho offer a variety of educational opportunities for students interested in pursuing a degree in engineering. Boise State University, the University of Idaho and Idaho State University offer four-year degrees in various engineering disciplines such as civil, mechanical, electrical and computer engineering. All three universities also offer graduate programs in engineering, including master’s and doctoral degrees. Students may choose to pursue their studies within a specific discipline or across multiple disciplines.
Idaho is home to several smaller colleges that offer two-year associate degrees in engineering technology. North Idaho College, College of Southern Idaho and Lewis-Clark State College are just a few of the institutions that provide students with the opportunity to prepare for entry into the engineering field. These schools often provide hands-on experience through internships, labs and other activities to supplement classroom learning.
In addition to traditional academic institutions, there are several vocational schools throughout Idaho that offer specialized training for those interested in pursuing an engineering career. These schools provide certificate programs designed to quickly prepare individuals for entry into the workforce or further education at a four-year college or university.
Idaho State University College of Engineering
|2022-2023 Enrollment||921 S 8th Ave, Pocatello, ID 83209|
|Total graduate engineering enrollment||85|
|Master’s degree full-time||33|
|Master’s degree part-time||24|
|Total number of master’s graduates||10|
|Percent international master’s graduates||30.0%|
|Percent minority master’s graduates||10.0%|
|Percent female master’s graduates||20.0%|
|Total number of Ph.D. graduates||3|
|Percent international Ph.D. graduates||33.3%|
|Percent minority Ph.D. graduates||66.7%|
|Percent female Ph.D. graduates||66.7%|
|Programs/courses offered||civil, engineering science and engineering physics, environmental, mechanical, nuclear, other|
University of Idaho College of Engineering
|2022-2023 Enrollment||840 W 7th St, Moscow, ID 83844|
|Total graduate engineering enrollment||352|
|Master’s degree full-time||102|
|Master’s degree part-time||184|
|Total number of master’s graduates||87|
|Percent international master’s graduates||N/A|
|Percent minority master’s graduates||N/A|
|Percent female master’s graduates||N/A|
|Total number of Ph.D. graduates||18|
|Percent international Ph.D. graduates||N/A|
|Percent minority Ph.D. graduates||N/A|
|Percent female Ph.D. graduates||N/A|
|Programs/courses offered||agricultural, chemical, civil, computer engineering, computer science, electrical, engineering management, environmental, materials, mechanical, nuclear, other|