Career & Technical Education Students
More information on our professional-technical degrees for program descriptions and requirements.
Career and technical degrees are industry and market driven and are designed to prepare students to succeed in the workplace. The degree completion time is often shorter, allowing you to go to work faster. View more information on our career and technical degrees for program descriptions and requirements.
Students in Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, formerly Professional Technical Education, are assigned a faculty advisor during their first semester of classes within the program. The faculty advisor assigned will be from the student's program of study and can assist with career preparation and course selection, and serve as a mentor. To identify who your faculty advisor is visit any One Stop Student Services location or call 208.562.3000.
CTE students who have not started their program specific classes or are completing pre-requisites or general education requirements should meet with a staff advisor. You may request an appointment with a staff advisor at any One Stop Student Services location or by calling 208.562.3000.
You can also find more information about career planning by visiting our career and college transfer center page.
- New and Future Students
- Undecided Students
- Student Online Advising & Registration (SOAR)
- Checklist for Success
- CWID 101: Connecting with Ideas
- Math 095: College Prep Math
- Academic Transfer Students
- Career & Technical Education Students
- Advising Support
- Boise State Center
- Center for New Directions
- Flexible Science Lab
- Biology & Chemistry Cohort