SEOLo Course: Boise State University – Idaho State University (Boise State) – Utah State University.
SEOLobo Course (BISMARCK, Minn.)
– Idaho School of Mines – Utah University.
The Boise State and Utah courses are scheduled to start in January, 2019, and end in the spring of 2020.
The Utah course is the only one that is not scheduled to begin until the fall semester of 2019.
The Idaho course is scheduled to be offered this fall, but is expected to be completed in mid-2020.
The two courses are part of the Idaho Technology Program, a five-year program that brings together students from the state’s top colleges and universities.
Students from Boise State will begin the Boise course in February 2019.
BISMARCk and Utah will be offering the courses in the fall of 2020, and Utah students will begin in the summer of 2020 to complete the Utah course.
The three courses were jointly offered by the University of Idaho and Boise State in 2008 and 2009.
Bismarck students will complete the course in the early 2020s.
Utah students are expected to complete both the Boise and Utah course by the end of 2021.
The program has helped bring Idaho technology students to the forefront of the state, according to its website.
Idaho Technology University also is a part of Idaho State’s Technology Program.
The BISMARK course is designed to introduce Idaho tech students to basic engineering principles, technology and business skills, and how the technology industry impacts Idaho’s economy, the university said.
Utah Technology University students can expect to be able to work in a wide range of industries, including aerospace, construction, healthcare, manufacturing, and manufacturing technology, according the university’s website.
The University of Boise’s BISMART course, designed to give Boise students the skills needed to enter the technology and engineering professions, will be available in 2020, the school said.
The course, which is expected at the end the year, will focus on “how technology can make Idaho a better place for Idahoans to live, work, and learn,” according to the university.
The university is planning to open the first BISMart course in 2020 and the second course in 2021.
Idaho technology graduates can also apply for jobs in the tech sector, the Idaho Tech Department said in a statement.