A place proud to prepare future generations for stewardship of our land and agricultural resources. In addition to providing majors in our strong traditional disciplines like agronomy, animal science, and horticulture, we also offer courses of study such as organic agriculture and agribusiness to meet the changing needs of today's society. Students with interests in molecular biology, ecology, economics, and information technology all find opportunities in the College of Agricultural Sciences.
The College of Business at Colorado State University provides an exceptional education that prepares students for the rigors of the marketplace or the demands of graduate education. The college provide our students with a comprehensive business curriculum, companies with innovative management tools, and employers with well-qualified hires.
Colorado State University's College of Engineering is using its classrooms and laboratories to educate the next generation of innovators, entrepreneurs, and corporate and civic leaders. The goal of the College of Engineering is to serve society by educating students, solving problems of global importance, and contributing to national and international economic development. The College of Engineering has a strong tradition of excellence and is comprised of five departments -- Atmospheric Science, Chemical & Biological Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering - and the School of Biomedical Engineering.
The College of Health and Human Sciences provides transformative academic, research, and outreach programs designed to enhance the health and well-being of people, their environments, and communities in which they live. The College includes the Departments of Construction Management, Design and Merchandising, Food Science and Human Nutrition, Health and Exercise Science, Human Development and Family Studies, Occupational Therapy, and the Schools of Education and Social Work.
Liberal Arts is the largest college at Colorado State University with approximately 4500 undergraduate and 600 graduate students in 13 departments.
What unites our faculty and students--whether in a classroom in Fort Collins, on a plain in the Greater Serengeti, at a concert hall in Seoul or with an Islamic women's group in Turkey--is a commitment to the wellbeing of the human community and to the inspiration of the human spirit.
Colorado State University's College of Natural Sciences provides an extraordinary education to students in the natural sciences in order to prepare them for careers in modern research, industry, and academia. Departments in the college include Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology and Statistics.
The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences (CVMBS) strives to provide high quality education in the biomedical sciences through undergraduate majors in environmental health and microbiology and service courses in biomedical sciences for other majors, through the Professional Veterinary Medical program and through high quality graduate education in anatomy and neurobiology, clinical sciences, environmental health, microbiology, pathology, physiology and radiological health sciences.
The college contributes to the prevention and control of human and animal disease through basic and applied research programs encompassing each of these disciplines and provides outreach and service locally and nationally through technology transfer and dissemination of important discoveries affecting human and animal health.