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Choosing the right program

As you choose a college, one of the biggest questions you might have is what to study. At Colorado State, you can choose from nearly 300 academic programs, including more than 70 majors with 140 concentrations, 80 minors, and pre-professional advising. That means you’ll have the ability to create a truly unique academic path that’s designed around your goals — no matter what they are.

Once you’ve found a few — or many! — majors you’re interested in, add them to your personalized viewbook to keep them in one place and compare your options.

Need more direction? Don’t hesitate to reach out to admissions counselors or academic colleges. We’re here to help.

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Majors and concentrations

A major is the degree you will earn at graduation, while a concentration focuses on a specific field of study related to a major. Not every major has a concentration.

Agricultural Biology
Entomology
Plant Pathology
Weed Science
Agricultural Business
Agricultural Economics
Farm and Ranch Management
Agricultural Education
Teacher Development
Agricultural Literacy
Animal Science
Anthropology
Archaeology
Biological Anthropology
Cultural Anthropology
Apparel and Merchandising
Apparel Design and Production
Product Development
Merchandising
Applied Computing Technology
Computing Education
Computing Technology
Art (B.A.)
Art History
Integrated Visual Studies
Art (B.F.A.)
Art Education
Drawing
Electronic Art
Fibers
Graphic Design
Metalsmithing
Painting
Photo Image Making
Pottery
Printmaking
Sculpture
Biochemistry
General Biochemistry
Health and Medical Sciences
Pre-Pharmacy
Biology
Biological Science
Botany
Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical Sciences
Anatomy and Physiology
Environmental Public Health
Microbiology and Infectious Disease
Business Administration
Accounting
Finance
Financial Planning
Human Resource Management
Information Systems
Marketing
Organization and Innovation Management
Real Estate
Supply Chain Management
Chemical and Biological Engineering
Chemistry
Civil Engineering
Communication Studies
Speech Teacher Licensure
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
Computing Systems
Human-Centered Computing
Networks and Security
Software Engineering
Construction Management
Dance, B.A.
Dance, B.F.A.
Data Science
Computer Science
Economics
Mathematics
Statistics
Early Childhood Education
Economics
Ecosystem Science and Sustainability
Electrical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Lasers and Optical Engineering
English
Creative Writing
English Education
Language
Literature
Rhetoric and Literacy
Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
Environmental Engineering
Environmental Horticulture
Landscape Business
Landscape Design and Contracting
Nursery and Landscape Management
Turf Management
Equine Science
Ethnic Studies
Social Studies Teacher Licensure
Family and Consumer Sciences
Family and Consumer Sciences
Family and Consumer Sciences Education
Fermentation Science and Technology
Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology
Conservation Biology
Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Wildlife Biology
Forest and Rangeland Stewardship
Forest Biology
Forest Fire Science
Forest Management
Rangeland Conservation and Management
Rangeland and Forest Management
Geography
Geology
Environmental Geology
Geology
Geophysics
Hydrogeology
Health and Exercise Science
Health Promotion
Sports Medicine
History
General History
Digital and Public History
Language
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Social Studies Teaching
Horticulture
Floriculture
Horticultural Business Management
Horticultural Food Crops
Horticultural Science
Horticultural Therapy
Hospitality Management
Human Development and Family Studies
Early Childhood Professions
Human Development and Family Studies
Leadership and Entrepreneurial Professions
Pre-Health Professions
Prevention and Intervention Sciences
Human Dimensions of Natural Resources
Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts
Interior Architecture and Design
International Studies
Asian Studies
European Studies
Latin American Studies
Middle East and North African Studies
Journalism and Media Communication
Landscape Architecture
Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
French
German
Spanish
Teaching Endorsement
Mathematics
Actuarial Science
Applied Mathematics
General Mathematics
Mathematics Education
Mechanical Engineering
Aerospace Engineering
Music (B.A.)
Music (B.M.)
Composition
Music Education
Music Therapy
Performance
Natural Resource Tourism
Global Tourism
Natural Resource Tourism
Natural Resources Management
Natural Sciences
Biology Education
Chemistry Education
Geology Education
Physical Science
Physics Education
Neuroscience
Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience
Cell and Molecular Neuroscience
Nutrition and Food Science
Dietetics and Nutrition Management
Food Safety and Nutrition
Nutrition and Fitness
Nutritional Sciences
Philosophy
General Philosophy
Global Philosophies and Religions
Philosophy, Science, and Technology
Physics
Applied Physics
Physics
Political Science
Environmental Politics and Policy
Global Politics and Policy
U.S. Government, Law, and Policy
Psychology
Addictions Counseling
Clinical/Counseling Psychology
General Psychology
Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Mind, Brain, and Behavior
Restoration Ecology
Social Work
Addictions Counseling
Sociology
Criminology and Criminal Justice
Environmental Sociology
General Sociology
Soil and Crop Sciences
Agronomic Production Management
Applied Information Technology
International Soil and Crop Sciences
Plant Biotechnology, Genetics, and Breeding
Soil Ecology
Soil Restoration and Conservation
Statistics
Theatre
Design and Technology
General Theatre
Performance
Watershed Science
Women’s and Gender Studies
Zoology

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Minors

A minor is a great way to expand your studies into an additional academic program that may or may not be related to your major.

Pre-professional advising

Pre-professional advising tracks are not majors, but instead provide guidance for students intending to pursue a specific profession or educational goal.

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