Certificate & Degree Programs
BYU-Idaho provides an affordable, flexible way for students to earn a certificate or degree online*.
Through stackable degrees, students can choose from several different online programs and earn a certificate, associate degree, bachelor's degree, or all three.** This approach helps students gain skills and improve employability at each step along their educational journey. By stacking certificate and degree options, students can earn three offerings for the cost and time it would take to earn just one bachelor's degree.
Depending on previous university credits or educational goals, students are free to choose a path that's right for them by beginning with a certificate, associate degree, or immediately starting on their bachelor's degree.
After students are accepted to attend BYU-Idaho Online, they may contact an advisor for additional program planning help by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eligibility: To become eligible for a BYU-Idaho online program, students must either a) successfully complete PathwayConnect with a 3.0 GPA or higher, or b) earn a minimum of 15 on-campus credits at one of the colleges or universities operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Individuals who don't meet one of these requirements should consider joining PathwayConnect.
*Degrees are not accredited in any other country, and accreditation is not sought outside the U.S.
**Not all programs are recommended for all areas. Students are encouraged to start with a certificate first, and then lead into an associate and bachelor's degree program.
Auto Service Technology
Computer Information Technology
Family History Research
Home & Family Studies
Hospitality & Tourism Management
Programming - CIS
Social Media Marketing
PathwayConnect is a low-cost educational opportunity that combines online courses with local gatherings. Participants gain valuable skills that will serve them throughout their lives and in pursuing a college degree. As a program of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, students will also receive the spiritual benefits of a gospel-incorporated education. Successful completion of PathwayConnect allows students the opportunity to pursue a BYU-Idaho degree online.
The BYU-Idaho Online Concurrent Enrollment program gives high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to begin earning BYU-Idaho credit while still in high school. Students bound for BYU-Idaho would also have an alternative to taking Advanced Placement or other concurrent enrollment courses that might not fulfill BYU-Idaho's Foundations requirements.