Boise State University

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NCAA Division I

Boise State University (BSU) is a public university located in Boise, Idaho. Originally founded in 1932 by the Episcopal Church, the university became an independent institution in 1934, and has been awarding baccalaureate and master degrees since 1965. As of 2010, the university has over 75,000 living alumni.

For 2010, BSU was ranked #51 regionally (U.S. News & World Report)[1] and #545 nationally (Forbes).[2] Boise State offers 201 degrees in 190 fields of study and has more than 100 graduate programs, including the MBA and MAcc programs in the College of Business and Economics; Masters and PhD programs in the Colleges of Engineering, Arts & Sciences, and Education; and the MPA program in the College of Social Sciences & Public Affairs. With nearly 20,000 students, Boise State is both the largest and fastest-growing institution of higher education in the state of Idaho.[3]

The university's athletic teams, the Broncos, participate in NCAA Division I athletics (FBS for football). The Boise State football team has garnered national attention in recent years for winning the 2007 and 2010 Fiesta Bowls, and for finishing four of the last five seasons ranked among the top ten teams in the national BCS rankings.

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