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CWI Center Classes and Programs

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Complete an entire degree or supplement your schedule with upper division requirements and elective classes at the CWI Center.

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Boise State degree programs and classes available in Nampa

Degree Programs

The Boise State Center at CWI allows you to complete your entire degree in one of these four programs by offering a rotation of courses in the evenings, weekends, and online.

  • BA – Communication
  • BS – Criminal Justice
  • BA – Elementary Education
  • BBA – General Business
  • BA – Social Work

Upper Division Classes

Each semester upper division classes (300 level and above) are available to satisfy either requirements or electives in the following programs.

  • Anthropology
  • Applied Science
  • Dispute Resolution
  • English
  • Gender Studies
  • General Business
  • Health Science


  • History
  • Multidisciplinary Studies
  • Political Science
  • Sociology
  • World Language

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Classes offered through the Boise State Center at CWI Spring 2018

Class
(Section)
TitleCreditsDays
Time
Start DateEnd Date
CJ 302
(1785)
Organized Crime3OnlineJanuary 8April 27
CJ 304
(1785)
Overview of Vicitimization3OnlineJanuary 8April 27
CJ 315
(1780)
Theories of Crime3Tu
6 p.m.-8:45 p.m.
January 8April 27
CJ 497
(1780)
ST: Current Issues in Policing3Mo
6 p.m.-8:45 p.m.
January 8April 27
COMM 321
(1780)
Rhetorical Theories3We
6 p.m.-8:45 p.m.
January 8April 27
COMM 341
(1785)
Nonverbal Communication3OnlineJanuary 8April 27
COMM 356
(1780)
Communication in Small Group3Mo
6 p.m.-8:45 p.m.
January 8April 27
COMM 497
(1785)
ST: Intersectionality and Sport3OnlineJanuary 8April 27
ED-CIFS 331
(1780)
Elementary Math Curr & Instruc3Tu
6:30 p.m.-9:15 p.m.
January 8April 27
ED-CIFS 333
(1780)
Elementary Science Curr & Inst3Mo
6 p.m.-8:45 p.m.
January 8April 27
ED-CIFS 400
(1780)
Const a Professional Portfolio1ArrdMarch 5April 27
ED-CIFS 460
(1780)
Professional Year I5ArrdJanuary 8April 27
ED-CIFS 461
(1780)
Prof Yr II: Teach Exp Elem Ed6ArrdJanuary 8April 27
ED-CIFS 465
(1780)
Prf Yr III: Tch Exp Int El Ed6ArrdJanuary 8April 27
ED-CIFS 466
(1780)
Prf Yr III: Tch Exp in Mid Sch6ArrdJanuary 8April 27
ED-CIFS 582
(1780)
Selected Topics New Teacher Network II3Tu
6 p.m.-8:45 p.m.
January 8April 27
ED-LLC 345
(1780)
Writ Pro & Assessment K-8 Clrm3Th
6 p.m.-8:45 p.m.
January 8April 27
GENBUS 450
(1785)
Business Policies3OnlineJanuary 8April 27
GENDER 480
(1785)
Seminar in Gender Studies Victimology3OnlineJanuary 8April 27
GENDER 480
(1786)
Seminar in Gender Studies Intersectionality and Sport3OnlineJanuary 8April 27
HIST 397
(1780)
ST: Life & Times of Ben Franklin3Th
6 p.m.-8:45 p.m.
January 8April 27
HLTHST 300
(1785)
Pathophysiology4OnlineJanuary 8April 27
HLTHST 382
(1785)
Research Methods in Health3OnlineJanuary 8April 27
HLTHST 410
(1785)
Health and Aging3OnlineJanuary 8March 16
HRM 305
(1785)
Human Resource Management3OnlineJanuary 8April 27
MGMT 301
(1785)
Leadership Skills3OnlineJanuary 8April 27
MGMT 334
(1780)
International Management3Tu
6 p.m.-8:45 p.m.
January 8April 27
MKTG 301
(1780)
Principles of Marketing3We
6 p.m.-8:45 p.m.
January 8April 27
PSYC 301
(1785)
Abnormal Psychology3OnlineJanuary 8April 27

For the most current course information, go to my.boisestate.edu and search for courses. Select “Boise State Center at CWI” from the “Location” drop-down list if available.


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Boise State Center at CWI
Phone: (208) 562-3423
Email: boisestate-cwi@boisestate.edu

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