Certificate programs are available to both students currently enrolled at Boise State, and members of the community who already hold an associate or baccalaureate degree.
Nearly any position in today’s workplace demands digital media skills. The Digital Media Certificate develops your expertise in both the concepts and practical skills associated with digital media creation, curation, and management.
Sport Innovation & Culture
The Sport Innovation & Culture (SIC) certificate is designed to develop future innovative leaders in the sport business and entertainment management industry. Open to all majors, it provides a unique curriculum that includes foundational work in the study of sport, a focus on innovation and diversity within the industry, and an examination of the inextricable link between entertainment industries and hip-hop culture.
The Certificate in Public Relations is designed to provide undergraduate students and community members with a concentrated, comprehensive, and applied understanding of public relations.
Public Relations Certificates require students to complete one or more pre-approved public relations internships (PR 493). Information on internships is available under the Internships tab.
How to Declare
You must declare your intent to complete a certificate program by declaring the certificate on my.BoiseState. Students from any major may declare this certificate. See the appropriate undergraduate catalog for requirements. Students declare their intent to complete a certificate program on my.BoiseState, and are responsible for monitoring their progress.