Throughout your college search, “interdisciplinary studies” may pop up more and more. But what does it mean? And what can it mean for your future?
Explore Colorado State University’s teaching licensure program, and how it can set you up to graduate right into the teaching job of your dreams.
If you’re interested in being a nutritionist, dietician, or working in the medical field with a nutritional focus, the Food Science major is a great option.
CSU has more than 80 minors that can allow you to pursue your passions. Here are some benefits to making room for a minor in college.
You might be aware of majors like business and biology, but there are hundreds of interesting programs that are just waiting to be discovered.
Are you interested in legal studies at Colorado State? Our pre-law advising track allows you to prepare for law school and the bar.
We sat down with an engineering professor for a Q&A to get the scoop on majoring in engineering at CSU.
We tracked down some of CSU’s Boettcher scholars and got the inside scoop on how they made it through every step of the Boettcher award process.
Studying to become a veterinarian is a long road, but CSU’s pre-vet advising track is here to help! Explore what it means to be pre-vet at CSU.
Do you want to know what it takes to win the Boettcher scholarship? CSU Boettcher scholars share their advice from long before they became Boettcher scholars.