Degree programs at the certificate, associate, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral levels are available through Idaho State University's online portal, eISU. Students can pursue degrees in business, fire services administration, history, psychology, education, and nursing with the flexibility of distance learning. Coursework is delivered using Moodle and may be synchronous or asynchronous, depending on the course and the major. Through Moodle, students participate in group discussions, learn from prerecorded lectures and PowerPoint presentations, and complete assignments. Students can expect to spend two to three hours per credit each week on coursework and are encouraged to make use of the many academic resources that are accessible online. These include the online writing lab, the virtual library database, and the tutoring center. Idaho State University is an open admission college, and prospective students can apply by submitting an online application, all academic transcripts or GED, and ACT or SAT scores. Incoming first-year students must have a 2.5 minimum GPA and a score of 18 on the ACT or 1030 on the SAT. High school graduates from Idaho must also meet the Idaho Core Requirements, which include English, humanities, math, science, and social science prerequisites. Depending on the program, graduate and doctoral students may need to submit recommendations, and/or personal statements along with their application.