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Page 1: INTO Colorado State University · Mathematics [Bachelor’s: Actuarial Science, Applied Mathematics, Computational Mathematics, General Mathematics, Mathematics Education, Mathematics

www.intostudy.com/csu/programs

INTO Colorado State University Progression Routes

Graduate Pathway Programs

International Year One Programs

Undergraduate Transfer Program

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GP Graduate Pathway program that can lead to this degree is indicated in green. This degree is also available through direct admission.

● This CSU degree program is available through direct admission.

STEM degrees are designated by the US Department of Homeland Security.

B = Bachelor’s M = Master’s D = Doctorate

B M D

Natural Sciences

Applied Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Addiction Counseling

Applied Computing Technology [Computing Education, Computing Technology]

CS

Biochemistry [General Biochemistry, Health and Medical Sciences, Pre-Pharmacy

SC

Biology [Biological Science, Botany] SC

Cell and Molecular Biology [Doctoral: Cancer Biology]

Chemistry [Bachelor’s: ACS Certified, Non-ACS Certified]

SC

Computer Science [Bachelor’s: Computer Science, Human-Centered Computing]

CS GP

Data Science [Bachelor’s: Computer Science, Economics, Mathematics, Statistics]

GE

Ecology [Ecology Risk Assessment & Management, Human-Environment Interactions]

Materials Science and Engineering

Mathematics [Bachelor’s: Actuarial Science, Applied Mathematics, Computational Mathematics, General Mathematics, Mathematics Education, Mathematics of Information]

MA GP

Natural Sciences [Biology Education, Chemistry Education, Geology Education, Physical Science Education, Physics Education]

SC

Natural Sciences Education

Physics [Applied Physics, Physics] SC

Professional Science Master’s in Zoo, Aquarium, and Animal Shelter ManagementPsychology [Bachelor’s: Addictions Counseling, Clinical/Counseling, General Psychology, Industrial/Organizational, Mind, Brain and Behavior; Master’s and Doctoral: Applied Social, Cognitive, Cognitive Neuroscience, Counseling, Industrial/Organizational Psychology]

SC

Statistics [Applied Statistics] [Bachelor’s: General Statistics, Mathematical Statistics; Master’s: Applied Statistics]

GE GP

Zoology1 SC

Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

Biomedical Sciences [Master’s: Reproductive Technology]1,7 SC

Clinical Sciences

Environmental Health [Master’s: Environmental Health and Safety, Epidemiology, Ergonomics, Industrial Hygiene, Toxicology; Doctoral: Epidemiology, Ergonomics, Joint DVM, Industrial Hygiene, Toxicology]

SC

Microbiology SC

Neuroscience [Bachelor’s: Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience, Cell and Molecular Neuroscience]

SC

Pathology

Radiological Health Sciences [Health Physics]

Toxicology

Veterinary Medicine

B M D

Agricultural Sciences

Agricultural Business [Bachelor’s: Agricultural Economics, Farm and Ranch Management]

AS

Agricultural Education [Bachelor’s: Teacher Development, Agricultural Literacy]

AS

Agricultural and Resource Economics [Agricultural Economics, Natural Resource and Environmental Economics]Agricultural Sciences [Master’s: Integrated Resource Management, Teacher Development] Animal Science [Master’s and Doctorate: Breeding and Genetics, Reproduction, Nutrition, Dairy Management Systems, Beef Management Systems, Meat Safety and Quality, and Livestock Behavior and Welfare]

AS

Bioagricultural Sciences [Entomology, Pest Management, Plant Pathology, Weed Science]

Environmental & Natural Resource Economics AS

Environmental Horticulture [Landscape Business, Landscape Design and Contracting, Nursery and Landscape Management, Turf Management]

AS

Equine Science AS

Extension Education GP

Horticulture [Bachelor’s: Floriculture, Horticultural Business Management, Horticultural Food Crops, Horticultural Science, Horticulture Therapy, Viticulture and Enology]

AS

Landscape Architecture1

Soil and Crop Sciences [Bachelor’s: Agronomic Production Management; Applied Information Technology; International Soil and Crop Sciences; Plant Biotechnology, Genetics and Breeding; Soil Ecology; Soil Restoration and Conservation; Master’s and Doctorate: Master’s and Doctorate: Agroecosystems Management, Plant Breeding and Genetics, Soil Science]

AS

Business

Accountancy [Financial Analysis, Auditing, and Reporting, Data Analytics and Systems, Taxation]Business Administration [Accounting, Finance, Financial Planning, Human Resource Management, Computer Information Systems, Marketing, Organization and Innovation Management, Real Estate, Supply Chain Management]

BU

Business Administration [Global, Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA]

GP

Computer Information Systems GP

Finance GP

Engineering

Atmospheric Science

Bioengineering

Biomedical Engineering2 EN

Chemical and Biological Engineering EN

Chemical Engineering GP

Civil Engineering [Master’s: Environmental Engineering, Geoengineering, Groundwater Engineering, Hydraulic Engineering/Stream Restoration and River Mechanics, Hydrologic Science and Engineering, Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, Structural Engineering, Water & International Development, Water Resources, Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Dynamics]

EN GP

Computer Engineering [Masters: Biomedical Engineering, Computer Architecture/Embedded Systems, Computer Engineering, Computer Networking, Communications & Signal Processing, Control Systems, High Performance Computing, Electrical Power and Energy, Lasers & Optics, Radars and Remote Sensing, Robotics - Robot Control, Robotics - Robot Vision, Semiconductor Devices and Processing]

EN GP

B M D

Electrical Engineering [Bachelor’s: Electrical Engineering, Lasers and Optical Engineering] [Master’s: Biomedical Engineering, Computer Architecture/Embedded Systems, Computer Engineering, Computer Networking, Communications & Signal Processing, Control Systems, High Performance Computing, Electrical Power and Energy, Lasers & Optics, Radars and Remote Sensing, Robotics - Robot Control, Robotics - Robot Vision, Semiconductor Devices and Processing]

EN GP

Engineering [Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Management, Mechanical Engineering, Systems Engineering]

GP

Engineering Science [Engineering Physics, Space Engineering, Teacher Education]

EN

Engineering Science and International Studies EN

Environmental Engineering EN

Mechanical Engineering EN GP

Systems Engineering

Health and Human Sciences

Apparel and Merchandising [Apparel Design and Production, Merchandising, Product Development]3 GE

Applied Developmental Science

Construction Management4 GE

Counseling and Career Development [Master’s: Career Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling]

Design and Merchandising [Apparel and Merchandising, Interior Design]

Early Childhood Education GE

Education and Human Resource Studies [Master's: Adult Education and Training, Education Sciences, Organizational Learning, Performance, and Change; Doctoral: Education, Equity, and Transformation, Higher Education Leadership, Organizational Learning, Performance, and Change, and School Leadership]Family and Consumer Sciences [Family and Consumer Sciences, Family and Consumer Sciences Education]

GE

Fermentation Science and Technology GE

Food Science and Nutrition [Food Science, Nutrition]

Health and Exercise Science [Health Promotion, Sports Medicine] SC

Hospitality Management GE

Human Bioenergetics

Human Development and Family Studies [Bachelor’s: Early Childhood Professions, Human Development and Family Studies, Leadership and Entrepreneurial Professions, Pre-Health Professions, Prevention and Intervention Sciences; Master’s: Marriage and Family Therapy, Prevention Science]

GE

Interior Architecture and Design 1

Nutrition and Food Science [Dietetics and Nutrition Management, Food Safety and Nutrition, Nutrition and Fitness, Nutritional Sciences]

SC

Occupation and Rehabilitation Science

Occupational Therapy

Public Health

Social Work GE

Student Affairs in Higher Education

B M D

Liberal Arts

Anthropology [Bachelor’s: Archaeology, Biological Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology; Master’s: Health and Well-being, Humans and the Environment, Professional Methods and Techniques, International Development]

GE

Art [Bachelor’s: Art Education, Art History, Integrated Visual Studies]5 GE

Arts Leadership and Cultural Management

Communication Studies [Speech Teacher Licensure, Master’s: Deliverable Practices]

GE

Communication

Creative Writing

Dance DA

Economics BU

English [Bachelor’s: Creative Writing, English Education, Language, Literature, Writing, Rhetoric and Literacy; Master’s: Creative Nonfiction, Literature, Rhetoric and Composition, TEFL/TESL]

GE GP

Ethnic Studies [Social Studies Education] GE

Fine Arts [Drawing, Electronic Art, Fibers, Graphic Design, Metalsmithing, Painting, Photo Image Making, Pottery, Printmaking, Sculpture]5

GE

Geography GE

History [Bachelor’s: General History, Language, Social and Behavior Sciences, Social Studies Teaching; Master’s: Liberal Arts, Public History - Cultural Resource Management, Public History - Historical Preservation, Public History - Museum Studies]

GE

Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts GE

Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts and Engineering Science EN

International Studies [Asian Studies, European Studies, Latin American Studies, Middle East and North African Studies]

GE

Journalism and Media Communication1,6 GE

Languages, Literatures and Cultures [French, German, Spanish, Teaching Endorsement]

LL GP

Music [Bachelor’s: Composition, Music Education, Music Therapy, Performance; Master’s: Choral Conducting, Collaborative Piano, Instrumental Conducting, Music Education - Composition, Music Education - Conducting, Music Therapy]1

GE

Philosophy [General Philosophy; Global Philosophies and Religions; Philosophy, Science and Technology]

GE

Political Science [General Political Science, Environmental Politics and Policy, Global Politics and Policy, US Politics, Government and Law, Doctor’s: Environmental Politics and Policy]

GE

Public Communication and Technology

Sociology [Criminology and Criminal Justice, Environmental Sociology, General Sociology]

GE

Theatre [Design and Technology, General Theatre, Performance] GE

Women’s and Gender Studies GE

Warner College of Natural Resources

Conservation Leadership [Global]

Earth Sciences

Ecosystem Science and Sustainability SC

Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology [Conservation Biology, Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Wildlife Biology]

SC

Forest Sciences

Forest and Rangeland Stewardship [Forest Biology, Forest Fire Science, Forest Management, Rangeland Conservation and Management, Rangeland and Forest Management]

GE

Geology [Environmental Geology, Geology, Geophysics, Hydrogeology] SC

Geosciences

Greenhouse Gas Management and Accounting GP

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources GE

Natural Resource Tourism [Global Tourism, Natural Resource Tourism]

GE

Natural Resources Management GE

Natural Resources Stewardship [Ecological Restoration, Forest Sciences, Rangeland Ecosystems]

Restoration Ecology GE

Rangeland Ecosystem Science

Tourism Management GP

Watershed Science SC

Visit: hp.colostate.edu for more information about health professions advisingCSU has pre-health advising, which prepares students for advanced degrees in the following professions: medicine, physician assistant, veterinary medicine, occupational therapy, physical therapy, pharmacy, dentistry, optometry, podiatry, chiropractic, public health and anesthesiology assistant.

1 These majors may have additional progression requirements. View specific entry requirements for these competitive majors at: admissions.colostate.edu/transfercompetitivemajors

2 The Biomedical Engineering major must be taken in conjunction with: Chemical and Biological Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering. Two BS degrees are awarded upon completion of the program.

3 For the Apparel Design and Production major, students complete a design portfolio due in October of the student’s second year. The top 25 students are selected based on GPA and their portfolio.

4 For the Construction Management major, students are admitted as “Pre-Construction Management,” and must complete 15 credits with a minimum 2.75 GPA, completion of CON 101 and CO 150 with a B or better and completion of MATH 125 with a C or better.

5 For the Visual Art major, it is recommended students start in the Fall semester due to course timing.6 For the Journalism and Media Communication major, admission requirements include JTC 100 and JTC 210 with at least

a B in one course and C in the other and a minimum 2.9 cumulative GPA over 12 CSU credits.7 For the Biomedical Sciences major, students must complete LIFE 102 and CHEM 111/112 with a B or better and have

a CSU GPA of 3.3 on a minimum of 12 credits but no more than 60 credits.

International Year One

AS Agricultural SciencesBU Business Administration/

EconomicsCS Computer ScienceDA Dance

EN EngineeringGE GeneralLL Languages, Literatures and CulturesMA MathematicsSC Sciences

Find Your DegreeWith a wide range of subject areas and admissions options, you can find the perfect degree for your chosen career. You can apply directly to the university or apply for a Pathway program to help you improve your English language and academic scores for successful progression to your chosen degree program. From your application to the day you graduate, we are here to help you succeed every step of the way. Turn to the back cover to learn how to apply.

Academic Programs

Indicates the undergraduate Pathway program that should be taken to progress to an undergraduate academic program. This program is also available through direct admission.

2 | INTO Colorado State University 2019–2020

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www.intostudy.com/csu | 3

10 | INTO Colorado State University 2019–2020 Academic Programs | 11

GP Graduate Pathway program that can lead to this degree is indicated in green. This degree is also available through direct admission.

● This CSU degree program is available through direct admission.

STEM degrees are designated by the US Department of Homeland Security.

B = Bachelor’s M = Master’s D = Doctorate

B M D

Natural Sciences

Applied Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Addiction Counseling

Applied Computing Technology [Computing Education, Computing Technology]

CS

Biochemistry [General Biochemistry, Health and Medical Sciences, Pre-Pharmacy

SC

Biology [Biological Science, Botany] SC

Cell and Molecular Biology [Doctoral: Cancer Biology]

Chemistry [Bachelor’s: ACS Certified, Non-ACS Certified]

SC

Computer Science [Bachelor’s: Computer Science, Human-Centered Computing]

CS GP

Data Science [Bachelor’s: Computer Science, Economics, Mathematics, Statistics]

GE

Ecology [Ecology Risk Assessment & Management, Human-Environment Interactions]

Materials Science and Engineering

Mathematics [Bachelor’s: Actuarial Science, Applied Mathematics, Computational Mathematics, General Mathematics, Mathematics Education, Mathematics of Information]

MA GP

Natural Sciences [Biology Education, Chemistry Education, Geology Education, Physical Science Education, Physics Education]

SC

Natural Sciences Education

Physics [Applied Physics, Physics] SC

Professional Science Master’s in Zoo, Aquarium, and Animal Shelter ManagementPsychology [Bachelor’s: Addictions Counseling, Clinical/Counseling, General Psychology, Industrial/Organizational, Mind, Brain and Behavior; Master’s and Doctoral: Applied Social, Cognitive, Cognitive Neuroscience, Counseling, Industrial/Organizational Psychology]

SC

Statistics [Applied Statistics] [Bachelor’s: General Statistics, Mathematical Statistics; Master’s: Applied Statistics]

GE GP

Zoology1 SC

Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

Biomedical Sciences [Master’s: Reproductive Technology]1,7 SC

Clinical Sciences

Environmental Health [Master’s: Environmental Health and Safety, Epidemiology, Ergonomics, Industrial Hygiene, Toxicology; Doctoral: Epidemiology, Ergonomics, Joint DVM, Industrial Hygiene, Toxicology]

SC

Microbiology SC

Neuroscience [Bachelor’s: Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience, Cell and Molecular Neuroscience]

SC

Pathology

Radiological Health Sciences [Health Physics]

Toxicology

Veterinary Medicine

B M D

Agricultural Sciences

Agricultural Business [Bachelor’s: Agricultural Economics, Farm and Ranch Management]

AS

Agricultural Education [Bachelor’s: Teacher Development, Agricultural Literacy]

AS

Agricultural and Resource Economics [Agricultural Economics, Natural Resource and Environmental Economics]Agricultural Sciences [Master’s: Integrated Resource Management, Teacher Development] Animal Science [Master’s and Doctorate: Breeding and Genetics, Reproduction, Nutrition, Dairy Management Systems, Beef Management Systems, Meat Safety and Quality, and Livestock Behavior and Welfare]

AS

Bioagricultural Sciences [Entomology, Pest Management, Plant Pathology, Weed Science]

Environmental & Natural Resource Economics AS

Environmental Horticulture [Landscape Business, Landscape Design and Contracting, Nursery and Landscape Management, Turf Management]

AS

Equine Science AS

Extension Education GP

Horticulture [Bachelor’s: Floriculture, Horticultural Business Management, Horticultural Food Crops, Horticultural Science, Horticulture Therapy, Viticulture and Enology]

AS

Landscape Architecture1

Soil and Crop Sciences [Bachelor’s: Agronomic Production Management; Applied Information Technology; International Soil and Crop Sciences; Plant Biotechnology, Genetics and Breeding; Soil Ecology; Soil Restoration and Conservation; Master’s and Doctorate: Master’s and Doctorate: Agroecosystems Management, Plant Breeding and Genetics, Soil Science]

AS

Business

Accountancy [Financial Analysis, Auditing, and Reporting, Data Analytics and Systems, Taxation]Business Administration [Accounting, Finance, Financial Planning, Human Resource Management, Computer Information Systems, Marketing, Organization and Innovation Management, Real Estate, Supply Chain Management]

BU

Business Administration [Global, Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA]

GP

Computer Information Systems GP

Finance GP

Engineering

Atmospheric Science

Bioengineering

Biomedical Engineering2 EN

Chemical and Biological Engineering EN

Chemical Engineering GP

Civil Engineering [Master’s: Environmental Engineering, Geoengineering, Groundwater Engineering, Hydraulic Engineering/Stream Restoration and River Mechanics, Hydrologic Science and Engineering, Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, Structural Engineering, Water & International Development, Water Resources, Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Dynamics]

EN GP

Computer Engineering [Masters: Biomedical Engineering, Computer Architecture/Embedded Systems, Computer Engineering, Computer Networking, Communications & Signal Processing, Control Systems, High Performance Computing, Electrical Power and Energy, Lasers & Optics, Radars and Remote Sensing, Robotics - Robot Control, Robotics - Robot Vision, Semiconductor Devices and Processing]

EN GP

B M D

Electrical Engineering [Bachelor’s: Electrical Engineering, Lasers and Optical Engineering] [Master’s: Biomedical Engineering, Computer Architecture/Embedded Systems, Computer Engineering, Computer Networking, Communications & Signal Processing, Control Systems, High Performance Computing, Electrical Power and Energy, Lasers & Optics, Radars and Remote Sensing, Robotics - Robot Control, Robotics - Robot Vision, Semiconductor Devices and Processing]

EN GP

Engineering [Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Management, Mechanical Engineering, Systems Engineering]

GP

Engineering Science [Engineering Physics, Space Engineering, Teacher Education]

EN

Engineering Science and International Studies EN

Environmental Engineering EN

Mechanical Engineering EN GP

Systems Engineering

Health and Human Sciences

Apparel and Merchandising [Apparel Design and Production, Merchandising, Product Development]3 GE

Applied Developmental Science

Construction Management4 GE

Counseling and Career Development [Master’s: Career Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling]

Design and Merchandising [Apparel and Merchandising, Interior Design]

Early Childhood Education GE

Education and Human Resource Studies [Master's: Adult Education and Training, Education Sciences, Organizational Learning, Performance, and Change; Doctoral: Education, Equity, and Transformation, Higher Education Leadership, Organizational Learning, Performance, and Change, and School Leadership]Family and Consumer Sciences [Family and Consumer Sciences, Family and Consumer Sciences Education]

GE

Fermentation Science and Technology GE

Food Science and Nutrition [Food Science, Nutrition]

Health and Exercise Science [Health Promotion, Sports Medicine] SC

Hospitality Management GE

Human Bioenergetics

Human Development and Family Studies [Bachelor’s: Early Childhood Professions, Human Development and Family Studies, Leadership and Entrepreneurial Professions, Pre-Health Professions, Prevention and Intervention Sciences; Master’s: Marriage and Family Therapy, Prevention Science]

GE

Interior Architecture and Design 1

Nutrition and Food Science [Dietetics and Nutrition Management, Food Safety and Nutrition, Nutrition and Fitness, Nutritional Sciences]

SC

Occupation and Rehabilitation Science

Occupational Therapy

Public Health

Social Work GE

Student Affairs in Higher Education

B M D

Liberal Arts

Anthropology [Bachelor’s: Archaeology, Biological Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology; Master’s: Health and Well-being, Humans and the Environment, Professional Methods and Techniques, International Development]

GE

Art [Bachelor’s: Art Education, Art History, Integrated Visual Studies]5 GE

Arts Leadership and Cultural Management

Communication Studies [Speech Teacher Licensure, Master’s: Deliverable Practices]

GE

Communication

Creative Writing

Dance DA

Economics BU

English [Bachelor’s: Creative Writing, English Education, Language, Literature, Writing, Rhetoric and Literacy; Master’s: Creative Nonfiction, Literature, Rhetoric and Composition, TEFL/TESL]

GE GP

Ethnic Studies [Social Studies Education] GE

Fine Arts [Drawing, Electronic Art, Fibers, Graphic Design, Metalsmithing, Painting, Photo Image Making, Pottery, Printmaking, Sculpture]5

GE

Geography GE

History [Bachelor’s: General History, Language, Social and Behavior Sciences, Social Studies Teaching; Master’s: Liberal Arts, Public History - Cultural Resource Management, Public History - Historical Preservation, Public History - Museum Studies]

GE

Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts GE

Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts and Engineering Science EN

International Studies [Asian Studies, European Studies, Latin American Studies, Middle East and North African Studies]

GE

Journalism and Media Communication1,6 GE

Languages, Literatures and Cultures [French, German, Spanish, Teaching Endorsement]

LL GP

Music [Bachelor’s: Composition, Music Education, Music Therapy, Performance; Master’s: Choral Conducting, Collaborative Piano, Instrumental Conducting, Music Education - Composition, Music Education - Conducting, Music Therapy]1

GE

Philosophy [General Philosophy; Global Philosophies and Religions; Philosophy, Science and Technology]

GE

Political Science [General Political Science, Environmental Politics and Policy, Global Politics and Policy, US Politics, Government and Law, Doctor’s: Environmental Politics and Policy]

GE

Public Communication and Technology

Sociology [Criminology and Criminal Justice, Environmental Sociology, General Sociology]

GE

Theatre [Design and Technology, General Theatre, Performance] GE

Women’s and Gender Studies GE

Warner College of Natural Resources

Conservation Leadership [Global]

Earth Sciences

Ecosystem Science and Sustainability SC

Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology [Conservation Biology, Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Wildlife Biology]

SC

Forest Sciences

Forest and Rangeland Stewardship [Forest Biology, Forest Fire Science, Forest Management, Rangeland Conservation and Management, Rangeland and Forest Management]

GE

Geology [Environmental Geology, Geology, Geophysics, Hydrogeology] SC

Geosciences

Greenhouse Gas Management and Accounting GP

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources GE

Natural Resource Tourism [Global Tourism, Natural Resource Tourism]

GE

Natural Resources Management GE

Natural Resources Stewardship [Ecological Restoration, Forest Sciences, Rangeland Ecosystems]

Restoration Ecology GE

Rangeland Ecosystem Science

Tourism Management GP

Watershed Science SC

Visit: hp.colostate.edu for more information about health professions advisingCSU has pre-health advising, which prepares students for advanced degrees in the following professions: medicine, physician assistant, veterinary medicine, occupational therapy, physical therapy, pharmacy, dentistry, optometry, podiatry, chiropractic, public health and anesthesiology assistant.

1 These majors may have additional progression requirements. View specific entry requirements for these competitive majors at: admissions.colostate.edu/transfercompetitivemajors

2 The Biomedical Engineering major must be taken in conjunction with: Chemical and Biological Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering. Two BS degrees are awarded upon completion of the program.

3 For the Apparel Design and Production major, students complete a design portfolio due in October of the student’s second year. The top 25 students are selected based on GPA and their portfolio.

4 For the Construction Management major, students are admitted as “Pre-Construction Management,” and must complete 15 credits with a minimum 2.75 GPA, completion of CON 101 and CO 150 with a B or better and completion of MATH 125 with a C or better.

5 For the Visual Art major, it is recommended students start in the Fall semester due to course timing.6 For the Journalism and Media Communication major, admission requirements include JTC 100 and JTC 210 with at least

a B in one course and C in the other and a minimum 2.9 cumulative GPA over 12 CSU credits.7 For the Biomedical Sciences major, students must complete LIFE 102 and CHEM 111/112 with a B or better and have

a CSU GPA of 3.3 on a minimum of 12 credits but no more than 60 credits.

International Year One

AS Agricultural SciencesBU Business Administration/

EconomicsCS Computer ScienceDA Dance

EN EngineeringGE GeneralLL Languages, Literatures and CulturesMA MathematicsSC Sciences

Find Your DegreeWith a wide range of subject areas and admissions options, you can find the perfect degree for your chosen career. You can apply directly to the university or apply for a Pathway program to help you improve your English language and academic scores for successful progression to your chosen degree program. From your application to the day you graduate, we are here to help you succeed every step of the way. Turn to the back cover to learn how to apply.

Academic Programs

Indicates the undergraduate Pathway program that should be taken to progress to an undergraduate academic program. This program is also available through direct admission.

& Geography

10 | INTO Colorado State University 2019–2020 Academic Programs | 11

GP Graduate Pathway program that can lead to this degree is indicated in green. This degree is also available through direct admission.

● This CSU degree program is available through direct admission.

STEM degrees are designated by the US Department of Homeland Security.

B = Bachelor’s M = Master’s D = Doctorate

B M D

Natural Sciences

Applied Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Addiction Counseling

Applied Computing Technology [Computing Education, Computing Technology]

CS

Biochemistry [General Biochemistry, Health and Medical Sciences, Pre-Pharmacy

SC

Biology [Biological Science, Botany] SC

Cell and Molecular Biology [Doctoral: Cancer Biology]

Chemistry [Bachelor’s: ACS Certified, Non-ACS Certified]

SC

Computer Science [Bachelor’s: Computer Science, Human-Centered Computing]

CS GP

Data Science [Bachelor’s: Computer Science, Economics, Mathematics, Statistics]

GE

Ecology [Ecology Risk Assessment & Management, Human-Environment Interactions]

Materials Science and Engineering

Mathematics [Bachelor’s: Actuarial Science, Applied Mathematics, Computational Mathematics, General Mathematics, Mathematics Education, Mathematics of Information]

MA GP

Natural Sciences [Biology Education, Chemistry Education, Geology Education, Physical Science Education, Physics Education]

SC

Natural Sciences Education

Physics [Applied Physics, Physics] SC

Professional Science Master’s in Zoo, Aquarium, and Animal Shelter ManagementPsychology [Bachelor’s: Addictions Counseling, Clinical/Counseling, General Psychology, Industrial/Organizational, Mind, Brain and Behavior; Master’s and Doctoral: Applied Social, Cognitive, Cognitive Neuroscience, Counseling, Industrial/Organizational Psychology]

SC

Statistics [Applied Statistics] [Bachelor’s: General Statistics, Mathematical Statistics; Master’s: Applied Statistics]

GE GP

Zoology1 SC

Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

Biomedical Sciences [Master’s: Reproductive Technology]1,7 SC

Clinical Sciences

Environmental Health [Master’s: Environmental Health and Safety, Epidemiology, Ergonomics, Industrial Hygiene, Toxicology; Doctoral: Epidemiology, Ergonomics, Joint DVM, Industrial Hygiene, Toxicology]

SC

Microbiology SC

Neuroscience [Bachelor’s: Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience, Cell and Molecular Neuroscience]

SC

Pathology

Radiological Health Sciences [Health Physics]

Toxicology

Veterinary Medicine

B M D

Agricultural Sciences

Agricultural Business [Bachelor’s: Agricultural Economics, Farm and Ranch Management]

AS

Agricultural Education [Bachelor’s: Teacher Development, Agricultural Literacy]

AS

Agricultural and Resource Economics [Agricultural Economics, Natural Resource and Environmental Economics]Agricultural Sciences [Master’s: Integrated Resource Management, Teacher Development] Animal Science [Master’s and Doctorate: Breeding and Genetics, Reproduction, Nutrition, Dairy Management Systems, Beef Management Systems, Meat Safety and Quality, and Livestock Behavior and Welfare]

AS

Bioagricultural Sciences [Entomology, Pest Management, Plant Pathology, Weed Science]

Environmental & Natural Resource Economics AS

Environmental Horticulture [Landscape Business, Landscape Design and Contracting, Nursery and Landscape Management, Turf Management]

AS

Equine Science AS

Extension Education GP

Horticulture [Bachelor’s: Floriculture, Horticultural Business Management, Horticultural Food Crops, Horticultural Science, Horticulture Therapy, Viticulture and Enology]

AS

Landscape Architecture1

Soil and Crop Sciences [Bachelor’s: Agronomic Production Management; Applied Information Technology; International Soil and Crop Sciences; Plant Biotechnology, Genetics and Breeding; Soil Ecology; Soil Restoration and Conservation; Master’s and Doctorate: Master’s and Doctorate: Agroecosystems Management, Plant Breeding and Genetics, Soil Science]

AS

Business

Accountancy [Financial Analysis, Auditing, and Reporting, Data Analytics and Systems, Taxation]Business Administration [Accounting, Finance, Financial Planning, Human Resource Management, Computer Information Systems, Marketing, Organization and Innovation Management, Real Estate, Supply Chain Management]

BU

Business Administration [Global, Social and Sustainable Enterprise MBA]

GP

Computer Information Systems GP

Finance GP

Engineering

Atmospheric Science

Bioengineering

Biomedical Engineering2 EN

Chemical and Biological Engineering EN

Chemical Engineering GP

Civil Engineering [Master’s: Environmental Engineering, Geoengineering, Groundwater Engineering, Hydraulic Engineering/Stream Restoration and River Mechanics, Hydrologic Science and Engineering, Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, Structural Engineering, Water & International Development, Water Resources, Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Dynamics]

EN GP

Computer Engineering [Masters: Biomedical Engineering, Computer Architecture/Embedded Systems, Computer Engineering, Computer Networking, Communications & Signal Processing, Control Systems, High Performance Computing, Electrical Power and Energy, Lasers & Optics, Radars and Remote Sensing, Robotics - Robot Control, Robotics - Robot Vision, Semiconductor Devices and Processing]

EN GP

B M D

Electrical Engineering [Bachelor’s: Electrical Engineering, Lasers and Optical Engineering] [Master’s: Biomedical Engineering, Computer Architecture/Embedded Systems, Computer Engineering, Computer Networking, Communications & Signal Processing, Control Systems, High Performance Computing, Electrical Power and Energy, Lasers & Optics, Radars and Remote Sensing, Robotics - Robot Control, Robotics - Robot Vision, Semiconductor Devices and Processing]

EN GP

Engineering [Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Management, Mechanical Engineering, Systems Engineering]

GP

Engineering Science [Engineering Physics, Space Engineering, Teacher Education]

EN

Engineering Science and International Studies EN

Environmental Engineering EN

Mechanical Engineering EN GP

Systems Engineering

Health and Human Sciences

Apparel and Merchandising [Apparel Design and Production, Merchandising, Product Development]3 GE

Applied Developmental Science

Construction Management4 GE

Counseling and Career Development [Master’s: Career Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling]

Design and Merchandising [Apparel and Merchandising, Interior Design]

Early Childhood Education GE

Education and Human Resource Studies [Master's: Adult Education and Training, Education Sciences, Organizational Learning, Performance, and Change; Doctoral: Education, Equity, and Transformation, Higher Education Leadership, Organizational Learning, Performance, and Change, and School Leadership]Family and Consumer Sciences [Family and Consumer Sciences, Family and Consumer Sciences Education]

GE

Fermentation Science and Technology GE

Food Science and Nutrition [Food Science, Nutrition]

Health and Exercise Science [Health Promotion, Sports Medicine] SC

Hospitality Management GE

Human Bioenergetics

Human Development and Family Studies [Bachelor’s: Early Childhood Professions, Human Development and Family Studies, Leadership and Entrepreneurial Professions, Pre-Health Professions, Prevention and Intervention Sciences; Master’s: Marriage and Family Therapy, Prevention Science]

GE

Interior Architecture and Design 1

Nutrition and Food Science [Dietetics and Nutrition Management, Food Safety and Nutrition, Nutrition and Fitness, Nutritional Sciences]

SC

Occupation and Rehabilitation Science

Occupational Therapy

Public Health

Social Work GE

Student Affairs in Higher Education

B M D

Liberal Arts

Anthropology [Bachelor’s: Archaeology, Biological Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology; Master’s: Health and Well-being, Humans and the Environment, Professional Methods and Techniques, International Development]

GE

Art [Bachelor’s: Art Education, Art History, Integrated Visual Studies]5 GE

Arts Leadership and Cultural Management

Communication Studies [Speech Teacher Licensure, Master’s: Deliverable Practices]

GE

Communication

Creative Writing

Dance DA

Economics BU

English [Bachelor’s: Creative Writing, English Education, Language, Literature, Writing, Rhetoric and Literacy; Master’s: Creative Nonfiction, Literature, Rhetoric and Composition, TEFL/TESL]

GE GP

Ethnic Studies [Social Studies Education] GE

Fine Arts [Drawing, Electronic Art, Fibers, Graphic Design, Metalsmithing, Painting, Photo Image Making, Pottery, Printmaking, Sculpture]5

GE

Geography GE

History [Bachelor’s: General History, Language, Social and Behavior Sciences, Social Studies Teaching; Master’s: Liberal Arts, Public History - Cultural Resource Management, Public History - Historical Preservation, Public History - Museum Studies]

GE

Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts GE

Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts and Engineering Science EN

International Studies [Asian Studies, European Studies, Latin American Studies, Middle East and North African Studies]

GE

Journalism and Media Communication1,6 GE

Languages, Literatures and Cultures [French, German, Spanish, Teaching Endorsement]

LL GP

Music [Bachelor’s: Composition, Music Education, Music Therapy, Performance; Master’s: Choral Conducting, Collaborative Piano, Instrumental Conducting, Music Education - Composition, Music Education - Conducting, Music Therapy]1

GE

Philosophy [General Philosophy; Global Philosophies and Religions; Philosophy, Science and Technology]

GE

Political Science [General Political Science, Environmental Politics and Policy, Global Politics and Policy, US Politics, Government and Law, Doctor’s: Environmental Politics and Policy]

GE

Public Communication and Technology

Sociology [Criminology and Criminal Justice, Environmental Sociology, General Sociology]

GE

Theatre [Design and Technology, General Theatre, Performance] GE

Women’s and Gender Studies GE

Warner College of Natural Resources

Conservation Leadership [Global]

Earth Sciences

Ecosystem Science and Sustainability SC

Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology [Conservation Biology, Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Wildlife Biology]

SC

Forest Sciences

Forest and Rangeland Stewardship [Forest Biology, Forest Fire Science, Forest Management, Rangeland Conservation and Management, Rangeland and Forest Management]

GE

Geology [Environmental Geology, Geology, Geophysics, Hydrogeology] SC

Geosciences

Greenhouse Gas Management and Accounting GP

Human Dimensions of Natural Resources GE

Natural Resource Tourism [Global Tourism, Natural Resource Tourism]

GE

Natural Resources Management GE

Natural Resources Stewardship [Ecological Restoration, Forest Sciences, Rangeland Ecosystems]

Restoration Ecology GE

Rangeland Ecosystem Science

Tourism Management GP

Watershed Science SC

Visit: hp.colostate.edu for more information about health professions advisingCSU has pre-health advising, which prepares students for advanced degrees in the following professions: medicine, physician assistant, veterinary medicine, occupational therapy, physical therapy, pharmacy, dentistry, optometry, podiatry, chiropractic, public health and anesthesiology assistant.

1 These majors may have additional progression requirements. View specific entry requirements for these competitive majors at: admissions.colostate.edu/transfercompetitivemajors

2 The Biomedical Engineering major must be taken in conjunction with: Chemical and Biological Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering. Two BS degrees are awarded upon completion of the program.

3 For the Apparel Design and Production major, students complete a design portfolio due in October of the student’s second year. The top 25 students are selected based on GPA and their portfolio.

4 For the Construction Management major, students are admitted as “Pre-Construction Management,” and must complete 15 credits with a minimum 2.75 GPA, completion of CON 101 and CO 150 with a B or better and completion of MATH 125 with a C or better.

5 For the Visual Art major, it is recommended students start in the Fall semester due to course timing.6 For the Journalism and Media Communication major, admission requirements include JTC 100 and JTC 210 with at least

a B in one course and C in the other and a minimum 2.9 cumulative GPA over 12 CSU credits.7 For the Biomedical Sciences major, students must complete LIFE 102 and CHEM 111/112 with a B or better and have

a CSU GPA of 3.3 on a minimum of 12 credits but no more than 60 credits.

International Year One

AS Agricultural SciencesBU Business Administration/

EconomicsCS Computer ScienceDA Dance

EN EngineeringGE GeneralLL Languages, Literatures and CulturesMA MathematicsSC Sciences

Find Your DegreeWith a wide range of subject areas and admissions options, you can find the perfect degree for your chosen career. You can apply directly to the university or apply for a Pathway program to help you improve your English language and academic scores for successful progression to your chosen degree program. From your application to the day you graduate, we are here to help you succeed every step of the way. Turn to the back cover to learn how to apply.

Academic Programs

Indicates the undergraduate Pathway program that should be taken to progress to an undergraduate academic program. This program is also available through direct admission.

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Undergraduate Transfer Program (UTP)Undergraduate Transfer Program

2-Semester Program

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

120 - 159 credit hour program28-32 credit hours apply from UTPCredits remaining to degree depend on transfer credits applied

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Minimum of 12 college/university credits

• Minimum college/university GPA of 2.3

(Engineering students require a GPA of 2.5)

• Engineering majors will be considered

on a case by case basis and advised of

progression required at time of application

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 60

• IELTS 5.5

• IELA 162

• PTEA 44

• Password 6

• Completion of Academic English Level

3 with a minimum 75% in all graded

courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements • Minimum CSU GPA of 2.5-3.0 (Engineering

students require a GPA of 2.75-3.0 including transfer credits)

• No grades below C • No unresolved “W” or “I” or "U" grades

Notes

*Engineering, Math, Science and Computer Science: Evidence of successful academic performance in technical courses (Students without this may be admitted as undeclared majors)

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for UTP students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

MATH Math course 1-5

General Education Course or Major Course TBD 3

General Education Course or Major Course TBD 3

Total 13-17

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 151 English for International Students II 3

General Education Course or Major Course TBD 3

General Education Course or Major Course TBD 3

General Education Course or Major Course TBD 3

General Education Course or Major Course TBD 3

Total 15

1-Semester Program

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

120 - 159 credit hour program13 - 17 credit hours apply from UTPCredits remaining to degree depend on transfer credits applied

Entry Requirements • Minimum of 12 college/university credits

• Minimum college/university GPA of 2.3

(Engineering students require a GPA of 2.5)

• Engineering majors will be considered

on a case by case basis and advised of

progression required at time of application

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 75-79

• IELTS 6.0-6.5

• IELA 176

• PTEA 50-53

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level

3 with a minimum 80% in all graded

courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 151 English for International Students II 3

MATH Math course 1-5

General Education Course or Major Course TBD 3

General Education Course or Major Course TBD 3

General Education Course or Major Course TBD 3

Total 13-17

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Agricultural Sciences

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpringSummer

Degree Program Components

120 credit hour program 25-32 credit hours apply from Pathway88-95 credits remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • High school diploma

• 2.3 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 60

• IELTS 5.5

• PTEA 44

• Password 6

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 2.5 CSU GPA• Grade of “C” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades

Notes

1 Course depends on Math Placement (MPE) results and major requirement.

2 Students must test into College Algebra I.

3 Courses will not be required over the summer semester, which will result in fewer than the stated number of credit hours that semester.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

AREC 2022 Agriculture and Resource Economics 3

MATH1 Math Course 1-3

Agriculture Introduction Course 3-4

Total 13-16

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 151 English for International Students II 3

AGRI 1163 Plants and Civilization 3

KEY 192A3 Seminar 1

MATH1 Math Course 1-3LIFE 102/BZ 120/CHEM

Living Systems OR Plant Biology OR Chemistry Course 3-5

AGRI 192/292 Orientation to Agricultural Systems OR Transfer Seminar (Agriculture) 1

Total 12-16

1-Semester Pathway

FallSpringSummer

Degree Program Components

120 credit hour program 14-18 credit hours apply from Pathway102-106 credits remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • High school diploma

• 2.3 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 75

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 50

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 80% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 151 English for International Students II 3

AREC 2022 Agriculture and Resource Economics 3

Agriculture Introduction Course 3-4

LIFE 102/BZ 120/CHEM

Living Systems OR Plant Biology OR Chemistry Course 4

AGRI 192/292 Orientation to Agricultural Systems OR Transfer Seminar (Agriculture) 1

MATH Math Course 1-3

Total 14-18

3-Semester Pathway Program

Sample 3-Semester Pathway Program (All Majors)

3-Semester PathwayFallSpringSummer

Degree Program Components0-5 credit hours apply from first semester of Pathway

Program Information

Entry Requirements • High school diploma

• 2.3 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 50

• IELTS 5.0

• PTEA 40

• Password 5

• Completion of Academic English Level 2 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

AEAD 8310 Advanced Listening/Speaking 0

AEAD 8312 Advanced Reading/Writing 0

AEAD 8313 Advanced Grammar 0

MATH Math course determined by placement test 0-5

Math Tutoring 0

Total 0-5

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Business Administration/EconomicsBusiness: Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing, Management, Real Estate, Supply Chain Management

Economics: Optional minor in Business Administration available

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpringSummer

Degree Program Components

120 credit hour program 30-32 credit hours apply from Pathway88-90 credits remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • High school diploma

• 2.3 GPA (No lower than a C average in all Math

courses)

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 60

• IELTS 5.5

• PTEA 44

• Password 6

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements

Business• 3.0 CSU GPA• Grade of “C” or better in all classes• B- or better in MATH 141 and ECON 202• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades

Economics• 2.5 CSU GPA• Grade of “C” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades

Notes

1 Course depends on Math Placement (MPE) results.

2 Students must test out of College Algebra II.

3 Courses will not be required over the summer semester, which will result in fewer than the stated number of credit hours that semester

4 This course is typically taken by Business Majors only.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

MATH1 MATH 117, 118 or 141 1-3

SPCM 100 Introduction to Popular Culture 3

KEY 192C Seminar 3

BUS 100 4 Introduction to Business 1

Total 14-16

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 151 English for International Students II 3

General Education Course 3 3

KEY 192A3 Seminar 1

ECON 202 Microeconomics 3

SPCM 200 Public Speaking 3

MATH 141 Calculus 3

Total 16

1-Semester Pathway

FallSpringSummer

Degree Program Components

120 credit hour program 16 credit hours apply from Pathway104 credits remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • High school diploma

• 2.3 GPA (No lower than a C average in all Math

courses)

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 53

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 80% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 151 English for International Students II 3

MATH 1412 Calculus 3

ECON 202 Microeconomics 3

SPCM 100 Introduction to Popular Culture 3

KEY 192C Seminar 3

BUS 100 4 Introduction to Business 1

Total 16

Computer Science

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpringSummer

Degree Program Components

120 credit hour degree programs 27-31 credit hours apply from Pathway89-93 credits remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • High school diploma

• 2.3 GPA (No lower than a C average in all Math

courses)

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 60

• IELTS 5.5

• PTEA 44

• Password 6

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 2.5 CSU GPA• Grade of “C” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades

Notes

1 Course depends on Math Placement (MPE) results.

2 Courses will not be required over the summer semester, which will result in fewer than the stated number of credit hours that semester.

3 Students must test out of all pre-calculus courses.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

SPCM 100 Introduction to Popular Culture 3

MATH1 Pre-calculus OR Calculus 1-5

CS 150 Introduction to Programming 3

Total 13-17

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 151 English for International Students II 3

SPCM 2002 Public Speaking OR General Education Course 3

MATH Calculus 4

CS 163 Foundations in Programming 4

Total 14

1-Semester Pathway

FallSpringSummer

Degree Program Components

120 credit hour degree programs 14 credit hours apply from Pathway106 credits remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • High school diploma

• 2.3 GPA (No lower than a C average in all Math

courses)

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 53

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 80% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 151 English for International Students II 3

MATH 1603 Calculus for Physical Scientists I 4

CS 163 Foundations in Programming 4

SPCM 100 Introduction to Popular Culture 3

Total 14

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Dance

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

120 credit hour degree programs 30-34 credit hours apply from Pathway86-90 credits remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • High school diploma

• Audition required1

• Modern Dance Technique: 20-30 minutes

including floor work, center work, locomotion

and combinations

• Ballet Technique: 20-30 minutes including

barre work, center work and allegro (pointe

technique for female applicants)

• Solo: One-minute solo in either the modern or

classical ballet discipline

• Audition video needs to be on a domain such

as youtube or vimeo where the viewer does

not need to register or have a password to

view your audition

• 2.3 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 60

• IELTS 5.5

• PTEA 44

• Password 6

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 2.5 CSU GPA• Grade of “C” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades

Notes

1 Students who do not meet audition requirements may switch to the General Pathway and audition again their second semester. This will extend the time required to earn their degree. Auditions can be done via video, for more information visit: www.intostudy.com/en-gb/universities/ colorado-state-university/programs/ undergraduate-pathway-in-dance#!/ entry-requirements

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

SPCM 100 Introduction to Popular Culture 3

D 220/221 A Dance Techniques: Modern 2

D 220/221 B /D 320/321 B Dance Techniques: Ballet 3-5

D 330/340 Ballet Repertory Ensemble OR Contemporary Repertory Ensemble 2

Total 16-18

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 151 English for International Students II 3

MATH 101 Math in the Social Sciences 3

D 286 Practicum: Production Running Crew 1

D 220/221 A Dance Techniques: Modern 2

D 220/221 B /D 320/321 B Dance Techniques: Ballet 3-5

D 330/340 Ballet Repertory Ensemble OR Contemporary Repertory Ensemble 2

Total 14-16

1-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

120 credit hour degree programs 15-17 credit hours apply from Pathway103-105 credits remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • High school diploma

• Audition required1

• Modern Dance Technique: 20-30 minutes

including floor work, center work, locomotion

and combinations

• Ballet Technique: 20-30 minutes including

barre work, center work and allegro (pointe

technique for female applicants)

• Solo: One-minute solo in either the modern or

classical ballet discipline

• Audition video needs to be on a domain such

as youtube or vimeo where the viewer does

not need to register or have a password to

view your audition

• 2.3 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 53

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 80% in all graded courses

Fall Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 151 English for International Students II 3

SPCM 100 Introduction to Popular Culture 3

D 220 A Dance Techniques III: Modern 2

D 220/320 B Dance Techniques: Ballet 3-5

D 126 Dance Improvisation 2

D 330 Ballet Repertory Ensemble 2

Total 15-17

Spring Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 151 English for International Students II 3

SPCM 100 Introduction to Popular Culture 3

D 221 A Dance Techniques IV: Modern 2

D 221/321 B Dance Techniques: Ballet 3-5

D 286 Practicum: Production Running Crew 1

MATH 101 Math in the Social Sciences 3

Total 15-17

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Engineering

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpringSummer

Degree Program Components

125-159 credit hour degree programs 18-22 credit hours apply from Pathway1,2

103-141 credits remaining toward degree1

Program Information

Entry Requirements • High school diploma

• 2.3 GPA (No lower than a C average in all Math

courses)

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 60

• IELTS 5.5

• PTEA 44

• Password 6

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with

a minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Prerequisites Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 2.75 CSU GPA with 3.0 CSU GPA for Mechnical Engineering• Grade of “C” or better in all classes• B or better in MATH 160 or 161, Ph 141, and/or Chem 111• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades

Notes

1 Total credits remaining toward degree depend on specific engineering program of study.

2 Students must test out of all pre-calculus courses.

3 Courses will not be required over the summer semester, which will result in fewer than the stated number of credit hours that semester.

4 Math depends on Math Placement (MPE) resuts.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

CHEM PREP Chemistry Preparation Tutorial 0

SPCM 100 Introduction to Popular Culture 3

MATH4 Pre-Calculus or Calculus 1-5

General Education Course3 3

Total 13-17

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 151 English for International Students II 3

ENGR 102 Engineering Problem Solving 3

MATH Calculus MATH 160 4

CHEM 111/112 OR PH 141

General Chemistry I/General Chemistry Laboratory I OR Physics for Scientists and Engineers AND

MPE or MATH 118 and CHEM PREP

5

Total 15

1-Semester Pathway

FallSpringSummer

Degree Program Components

125-159 credit hour degree programs 12 credit hours apply from Pathway1,2

113-147 credits remaining toward degree1

Entry Requirements • High school diploma

• 2.3 GPA (No lower than a C average in all Math

courses)

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 53

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with

a minimum 80% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Prerequisites Credit Hours

EAP 151 English for International Students II 3

CHEM PREP Chemistry Preparation Tutorial 0

MATH 1602 Calculus for Physical Scientists I 4

CHEM 111/112 OR PH 141

General Chemistry I/General Chemistry Laboratory I OR Physics for Scientists and Engineers AND

MPE or MATH 118 and CHEM PREP

5

ENGR 102 Engineering Problem Solving 3

Total 15

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General

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpringSummer

Degree Program Components

120 credit hour program 29-35 credit hours apply from Pathway85-91 credits remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • High school diploma

• 2.3 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 60

• IELTS 5.5

• PTEA 44

• Password 6

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 2.5 CSU GPA• Grade of “C” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades

Notes

1 Courses will not be required over the summer semester, which will result in fewer than the stated number of credit hours that semester.

2 Courses depend upon the requirements of the student’s intended major.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

SPCM 100 Introduction to Popular Culture 3

KEY 192C Seminar 3

MATH2 Math Course 1-5

Total 13-17

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 151 English for International Students II 3

General Education Course1 3

KEY 192A1 Seminar 1

SPCM 200 Public Speaking 3

General Education Course or Major Course TBD2 3

General Education Course or Major Course TBD2 3-5

Total 16-18

1-Semester Pathway

FallSpringSummer

Degree Program Components

120 credit hour program 8-17 credit hours apply from Pathway103-112 credits remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • High school diploma

• 2.3 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 75

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 50

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 80% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 151 English for International Students II 3

MATH2 Math Course 1-5

General Education Course1 3

KEY 192A Seminar 1

General Education Course or Major Course TBD2 4-5

Total 12-17

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Languages, Literatures and Cultures - French, German or Spanish

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpringSummer

Degree Program Components

120 credit hour program 24-28 credit hours apply from Pathway92-96 credits remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • High school diploma

• 2.3 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 60

• IELTS 5.5

• PTEA 44

• Password 6

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 2.5 CSU GPA• Grade of “C” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades

Notes

1 Course depends on language placement results and must be in a language other than the native language.

2 Courses will not be required over the summer semester, which will result in fewer than the stated number of credit hours that semester.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

MATH Math Course 3

LSPA/LFRE/LGER 105/107/ 200/201/ 300/3xx1

First Year Language OR Second Year Language OR Reading and Writing for Communication OR Upper Division Course

3-5

Total 12-14

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 151 English for International Students II 3

HIST 1XX Approved History Course 3

One of the following three options

LSPA/LFRE/LGER 107/2001 & General

First Year Language OR Second Year Language AND General Education Course 2 6-8

LSPA/LFRE/LGER 2011 & General

Second Year Language II AND General Education Course 2 6

LSPA/LFRE/LGER 300/3xx1,2

Reading and Writing for Communication AND Upper Division Course 6

Total 12-14

1-Semester Pathway

FallSpringSummer

Degree Program Components

120 credit hour program 12-14 credit hours apply from Pathway106-108 credits remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • High school diploma

• 2.3 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 75

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 50

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 80% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 151 English for International Students II 3

HIST 1XX Approved History Course 3

One of the following five options

LSPA/LFRE/LGER 1051 & General

First Year Language I AND General Education Course 8

LSPA/LFRE/LGER 1071 & General

First Year Language II AND General Education Course 8

LSPA/LFRE/LGER 2001 & General

Second Year Language I AND General Education Course 6

LSPA/LFRE/LGER 2011 & General

Second Year Language II AND General Education Course 6

LSPA/LFRE/LGER 300/3xx1

Reading and Writing for Communication AND Upper Division Course 6

Total 12-14

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Mathematics

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpringSummer

Degree Program Components

120 credit hour degree programs 27-33 credit hours apply from Pathway87-93 credits remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • High school diploma

• 2.3 GPA (No lower than a C average in all Math

courses)

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 60

• IELTS 5.5

• PTEA 44

• Password 6

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 2.5 CSU GPA• Grade of “C” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades

Notes

1 Students must test out of all pre-calculus courses.

2 Not offered in the Spring.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

MATH 1601 Calculus for Physical Scientists I 1-5

MATH 1922 First-year Seminar in Mathematical Sciences 1

KEY 192 C Seminar 3

SPCM 100 Introduction to Popular Culture 3

Total 14-18

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 151 English for International Students II 3

MATH 161 Calculus for Physical Scientists II 4

General Education Course 3

Major Course Determined by Concentration 3-5

Total 13-15

1-Semester Pathway

FallSpringSummer

Degree Program Components

120 credit hour degree programs 13-18 credit hours apply from Pathway102-107 credits remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • High school diploma

• 2.3 GPA (No lower than a C average in all Math

courses)

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 53

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 80% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 151 English for International Students II 3

MATH 1601 Calculus for Physical Scientists I 4

MATH 1922 First-year Seminar in Mathematical Sciences 1

KEY 192 C Seminar 3

SPCM 100 Introduction to Popular Culture 3

Total 14

Sciences

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpringSummer

Degree Program Components

120 credit hour degree programs 28-35 credit hours apply from Pathway85-92 credits remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • High school diploma

• 2.3 GPA (No lower than a C average in all Math

courses)

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 60

• IELTS 5.5

• PTEA 44

• Password 6

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 2.5 CSU GPA• Grade of “C” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades

Notes

1 For majors requiring CHEM 111

2 Course depends on Math Placement (MPE) results and requirements for major.

3 Courses will not be required over the summer semester, which will result in fewer than the stated number of credit hours that semester.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

CHEM PREP1 Chemistry Preparation Tutorial 0

SPCM 100 Introduction to Popular Culture 3

KEY 192C Seminar 3

MATH2 Pre-Calculus or Calculus 1-5

Total 13-17

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 151 English for International Students II 3

General Education Course 3 AND 3

KEY 192A3 OR SPCM 2003 Seminar OR Public Speaking 1-3

MATH Calculus 4

SCIENCE2 Biology, Physics OR Chemistry Course 4-5

Total 15-18

1-Semester Pathway

FallSpringSummer

Degree Program Components

120 credit hour degree programs 14-15 credit hours apply from Pathway105-106 credits remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • High school diploma

• 2.3 GPA (No lower than a C average in all Math

courses)

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 53

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 80% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 151 English for International Students II 3

CHEM PREP1 Chemistry Preparation Tutorial 0

SPCM 100 Introduction to Popular Culture 3

MATH Calculus 4

SCIENCE2 Biology, Physics OR Chemistry Course 4-5

Total 14-15

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Graduate Pathway ProgramsCollege of Agricultural Sciences

Master of Extension Education

2-Semester Pathway

Fall

Degree Program Components

37 credit hour degree program13 credit hours apply from Pathway24 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree

• 2.75 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 76

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 51

• Password 6.5

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 3.0 CSU GPA• Grade of “B” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades • Résumé• Statement of purpose• 3 recommendation letters

Notes

500-600 level graduate credits will apply toward the degree. Undergraduate credits do not count toward the degree; they serve as pre-degree foundation requirements.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

AGRI 546 Principles of Cooperative Extension 3

AGED 525 Agricultural and Extension Teaching 3

Total 12

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

AGRI 547 Delivery of Cooperative Extension Programs 4

AGED 510 American Agricultural Values and Ideology 3

Total 13

Leads to the Master of Extension Education studentacademic.agsci.colostate.edu/graduate-programs/

The courses listed in the following tables are examples and are subject to change.

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College of Business

Master of Computer Information Systems

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

33 credit hour degree program6 credit hours apply from the Pathway 27 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree

• 1 Semester Calculus or equivalent with a B- or better

equivalent grade OR 1 Semester College Algebra with a

B- or better equivalent grade OR equivalent placement

on the online proctored CSU Mathematics Placement

Examination (MPE) which should be taken before arrival

• 2.75 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 76

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 51

• Password 6.5

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Fall Start Progression Requirements• 3.0 CSU GPA• 550 GMAT score or equivalent GRE score • Grade of “B” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades• Résumé• Statement of purpose• 3 recommendation letters

Notes

Spring 2-Semester Pathway students will complete their Pathway in the Fall.

500-600 level graduate credits will apply toward the degree. Undergraduate credits do not count toward the degree; they serve as pre-degree foundation requirements.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

AEEP 8591/2 GMAT/GRE Test Preparation 0

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

CIS 200 Business Information Systems 3

CIS 240 Application Design and Development 3

Total 12

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

CIS 606 Application Software Infrastructure 3

CIS 611 Object Based Systems 3

Total 12

Spring Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

AEEP 8591/2 GMAT/GRE Test Preparation 0

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

CIS 200 Business Information Systems 3

CIS 240 Application Design and Development 3

Total 12

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

CIS 605 Business Visual Application Development 3

CIS 610 Software Development Methodology 3

Total 12

1-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

33 credit hour degree program6 credit hours apply from the Pathway 27 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree

• 1 Semester Calculus or equivalent with a B- or better

equivalent grade OR 1 Semester College Algebra with a

B- or better equivalent grade OR equivalent placement

on the online proctored CSU Mathematics Placement

Examination (MPE) which should be taken before arrival

• 2.75 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 86

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 58

• Password 7

Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 85% in all graded courses

Fall Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

AEEP 8591/2 GMAT/GRE Test Preparation 0

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

CIS 200 Business Information Systems 3

CIS 605 Business Visual Application Development 3

CIS 610 Software Development Methodology 3

Total 12

Spring Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

AEEP 8591/2 GMAT/GRE Test Preparation 0

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

CIS 200 Business Information Systems 3

CIS 606 Application Software Infrastructure 3

CIS 611 Object Based Systems 3

Total 12

Leads to the Master of Computer Information Systems www.biz.colostate.edu/cismaster

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College of Business

Master of Finance

2-Semester Pathway

Fall

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program2 credit hours apply from the Pathway 28 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree

• 1 Semester College Algebra or equivalent

placement on the online proctored CSU

Mathematics Placement Examination (MPE) which

should be taken before arrival

• 2.5 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 70

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 51

• Password 6.5

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 3.0 CSU GPA• 600 GMAT score or equivalent GRE score• Grade of “B” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades• Résumé• Statement of purpose• 3 recommendation letters

Notes

500-600 level graduate credits will apply toward the degree. Undergraduate credits do not count toward the degree; they serve as pre-degree foundation requirements.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

AEEP 8591/AEEP 8592

GMAT/GRE Test Preparation0

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

ACT 205 Fundamentals of Accounting 3

ECON 202 Microeconomics 3

MATH 160 Calculus for Physical Scientists I 4

Total 16

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

BUS 640 Financial Principles and Practice 2

STAT 301 Introduction to Statistical Methods 3

Total 11

1-Semester Pathway

Spring

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program2 credit hours apply from the Pathway 28 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree

• Statistics or Calculus I or equivalent

undergraduate course with a B- or better

equivalent grade

• Microeconomics

• 2.75 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 58

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 85% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

AEEP 8591/AEEP 8592

GMAT/GRE Test Preparation0

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

STAT OR MATH Statistics or Calculus I 3-4

BUS 640 Financial Principles and Practice 2

BUS 300 Business Communication Processes 3

Total 11-12

Leads to the Master of Finance www.biz.colostate.edu/frm

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College of Engineering

ME or MS in Chemical Engineering

2-Semester Pathway1

Fall

Degree Program Components

30-32 credit hour degree program12 credit hours may apply from Pathway18-20 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering or

closely related engineering discipline

• Minimum 2.75 cumulative undergraduate GPA in

math, sciences and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 70

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 48

• Password 6.5

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 3.0 CSU GPA• Grade of “B” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades• Résumé• Statement of purpose• 3 recommendation letters• MS program requires a statement of research interests and relevant experience

Notes

1 Based on academic background, students in the 2-Semester Pathway may be required to take undergraduate-level coursework that does not satisfy ME or MS degree requirements.

500-600 level graduate credits will apply toward the degree.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

CBE 521 Mathematical Modeling for Chemical Engineers 3

CBE 501 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics 3

Total 12

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

CBE 503 Transport Phenomena Fundamentals 3

CBE 5xx Graduate-level Elective 3

Total 12

1-Semester Pathway

Fall

Degree Program Components

30-32 credit hour degree program9 credit hours may apply from Pathway21-23 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering or

closely related engineering discipline

• Minimum 2.75 cumulative undergraduate GPA in

math, sciences and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 52

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 85% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

CBE 521 Mathematical Modeling for Chemical Engineers 3

CBE 501 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics 3

CBE 502 Advanced Reactor Design 3

Total 12

Leads to the Master of Science in Chemical Engineering or the Master of Engineering Chemical Engineering Specialization cbe.colostate.edu

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ME in Civil Engineering - Water Resources

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program12 credit hours apply from Pathway18 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering or

closely related engineering discipline

• 2.75 GPA in math, sciences and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 70

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 48

• Password 6.5

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 3.0 CSU GPA• 3.0 CIVE GPA• Grade of “B” or better in all classes• Grade of “B-” or better in all CIVE classes • No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades• Résumé• Statement of purpose• 3 recommendation letters

Notes

Spring 2-Semester Pathway students will complete their Pathway in the Fall.

500-600 level graduate credits will apply toward the degree.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

CIVE 544 Water Resources Planning and Management 3

CIVE 520 Physical Hydrology 3

Total 12

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

CIVE 577 GIS in Civil and Environmental Engineering 3

CIVE 571 Pipe Systems Engineering and Hydraulics 3

Total 12

Leads to the Master of Engineering Civil Engineering Specialization www.engr.colostate.edu/ce

ME in Civil Engineering - Structural Engineering

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program12 credit hours apply from Pathway18 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering or

closely related engineering discipline

• 2.75 GPA in math, sciences and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 70

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 48

• Password 6.5

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 3.0 CSU GPA• 3.0 CIVE GPA• Grade of “B” or better in all classes• Grade of “B-” or better in all CIVE classes • No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades• Résumé• Statement of purpose• 3 recommendation letters

Notes

Spring 2-Semester Pathway students will complete their Pathway in the Fall.

500-600 level graduate credits will apply toward the degree.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

CIVE 560 Advanced Mechanics of Materials 3

CIVE 566 Intermediate Structural Analysis 3

Total 12

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

CIVE 565 Finite Element Method 3

CIVE 562 Fundamentals of Vibrations 3

Total 12

Leads to the Master of Engineering Civil Engineering Specialization www.engr.colostate.edu/ce

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College of Engineering

ME or MS in Computer Engineering - Computer Architecture/Embedded Systems

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program14 credit hours may apply from Pathway16 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering,

Computer Engineering, Computer Science or

closely related engineering discipline

• 2.5 GPA in math, sciences and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 70

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 48

• Password 6.5

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 3.0 CSU GPA for ME• 3.2 CSU GPA for MS• Grade of “B” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades• Résumé• Statement of purpose• 3 recommendation letters from ECE faculty (For the 1-Semester Pathway, students are allowed to have two recommendation letters from ECE faculty and one recommendation letter from an INTO CSU instructor)

Notes

Spring 2-Semester Pathway students will complete their Pathway in the Fall.

500-600 level graduate credits and up to six credits of the ECE 400 level will apply toward the degree.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

ECE/CS 561 Hardware/Software Design of Embedded Systems 4

ECE 455 Introduction to Robot Programming/Simulation 3

Total 13

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

ECE 452 Computer Organization and Architecture 3

ECE 571/575 VLSI System Design I with Lab 4

Total 13

1-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program7 credit hours may apply from Pathway23 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering,

Computer Engineering, Computer Science or

closely related engineering discipline

• 2.5 GPA in math, sciences and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 52

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 85% in all graded courses

Fall Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

ECE/CS 561 Hardware/Software Design of Embedded Systems 4

ECE 455 Introduction to Robot Programming/Simulation 3

Total 10

Spring Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

ECE 452 Computer Organization and Architecture 3

ECE 571/575 VLSI System Design I with Lab 4

Total 10

Leads to the Master of Science in Computer Engineering or the Master of Engineering Computer Engineering Specialization www.engr.colostate.edu/ece

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ME or MS in Computer Engineering - Computer Engineering

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program14 credit hours may apply from Pathway16 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering,

Computer Engineering, Computer Science or

closely related engineering discipline

• 2.5 GPA in math, sciences and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 70

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 48

• Password 6.5

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 3.0 CSU GPA for ME• 3.2 CSU GPA for MS• Grade of “B” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades• Résumé• Statement of purpose• 3 recommendation letters from ECE faculty (For the 1-Semester Pathway, students are allowed to have two recommendation letters from ECE faculty and one recommendation letter from an INTO CSU instructor)

Notes

Spring 2-Semester Pathway students will complete their Pathway in the Fall.

500-600 level graduate credits and up to six credits of the ECE 400 level will apply toward the degree.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

ECE/CS 561 Hardware/Software Design of Embedded Systems 4

ECE 455 Introduction to Robot Programming/Simulation 3

Total 13

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

ECE 452 Computer Organization and Architecture 3

ECE 571/575 VLSI System Design I with Lab 4

Total 13

1-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program7 credit hours may apply from Pathway23 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering,

Computer Engineering, Computer Science or

closely related engineering discipline

• 2.5 GPA in math, sciences and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 52

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 85% in all graded courses

Fall Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

ECE/CS 561 Hardware/Software Design of Embedded Systems 4

ECE 455 Introduction to Robot Programming/Simulation 3

Total 10

Spring Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

ECE 452 Computer Organization and Architecture 3

ECE 571/575 VLSI System Design I with Lab 4

Total 10

Leads to the Master of Science in Computer Engineering or the Master of Engineering Computer Engineering Specialization www.engr.colostate.edu/ece

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College of Engineering

ME or MS in Electrical Engineering - Control Systems

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program14 credit hours may apply from Pathway16 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering,

Computer Engineering, Computer Science or

closely related engineering discipline

• 2.5 GPA in math, sciences and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 70

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 48

• Password 6.5

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 3.0 CSU GPA for ME• 3.2 CSU GPA for MS• Grade of “B” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades• Résumé• Statement of purpose• 3 recommendation letters from ECE faculty (For the 1-Semester Pathway, students are allowed to have two recommendation letters from ECE faculty and one recommendation letter from an INTO CSU instructor)

Notes

Spring 2-Semester Pathway students will complete their Pathway in the Fall.

500-600 level graduate credits and up to six credits of the ECE 400 level will apply toward the degree.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

ECE 411 Control Systems 4

ECE 455 Introduction to Robot Programming/Simulation 3

Total 13

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

ECE 555 Advanced Robotics 3

ECE 520 Optimization Methods - Control and Communication 3

Total 12

1-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program6-7 credit hours may apply from Pathway23-24 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering,

Computer Engineering, Computer Science or

closely related engineering discipline

• 2.5 GPA in math, sciences and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 52

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 85% in all graded courses

Fall Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

ECE 411 Control Systems 4

ECE 455 Introduction to Robot Programming/Simulation 3

Total 10

Spring Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

ECE 555 Advanced Robotics 3

ECE520 Optimization Methods - Control and Communication 3

Total 9

Leads to the Master of Science in Electrical Engineering or the Master of Engineering Electrical Engineering Specialization www.engr.colostate.edu/ece

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ME or MS in Computer Engineering - High Performance Computing

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program13-14 credit hours may apply from Pathway16-17 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering,

Computer Engineering, Computer Science or

closely related engineering discipline

• 2.5 GPA in math, sciences and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 70

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 48

• Password 6.5

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 3.0 CSU GPA for ME• 3.2 CSU GPA for MS• Grade of “B” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades• Résumé• Statement of purpose• 3 recommendation letters from ECE faculty (For the 1-Semester Pathway, students are allowed to have two recommendation letters from ECE faculty and one recommendation letter from an INTO CSU instructor)

Notes

Spring 2-Semester Pathway students will complete their Pathway in the Fall.

500-600 level graduate credits and up to six credits of the ECE 400 level will apply toward the degree.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

ECE/CS 561 Hardware/Software Design of Embedded Systems 4

ECE 455 Introduction to Robot Programming/Simulation 3

Total 13

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

ECE 452 Computer Organization and Architecture 3

ECE 555 Advanced Robotics 3

Total 12

1-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program6-7 credit hours may apply from Pathway23-24 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering,

Computer Engineering, Computer Science or

closely related engineering discipline

• 2.5 GPA in math, sciences and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 52

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 85% in all graded courses

Fall Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

ECE/CS 561 Hardware/Software Design of Embedded Systems 4

ECE 455 Introduction to Robot Programming/Simulation 3

Total 10

Spring Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

ECE 452 Computer Organization and Architecture 3

ECE 555 Advanced Robotics 3

Total 9

Leads to the Master of Science in Computer Engineering or the Master of Engineering Computer Engineering Specialization www.engr.colostate.edu/ece

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College of Engineering

ME or MS in Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering - Robotics: Robot Control

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program12-13 credit hours may apply from Pathway17-18 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering,

Computer Engineering, Computer Science or

closely related engineering discipline

• 2.5 GPA in math, sciences and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 70

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 48

• Password 6.5

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 3.0 CSU GPA for ME• 3.2 CSU GPA for MS• Grade of “B” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades• Résumé• Statement of purpose• 3 recommendation letters from ECE faculty (For the 1-Semester Pathway, students are allowed to have two recommendation letters from ECE faculty and one recommendation letter from an INTO CSU instructor)

Notes

Spring 2-Semester Pathway students will complete their Pathway in the Fall.

500-600 level graduate credits and up to six credits of the ECE 400 level will apply toward the degree.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

ECE 455 Introduction to Robot Programming/Simulation 3

One course from the following ECE courses:

ECE 411 Control Systems 4

ECE 514 Applications of Random Processes 3

Total 12-13

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

ECE 555 Advanced Robotics 3

ECE 520 Optimization Methods - Control and Communication 3

Total 12

1-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program6-7 credit hours may apply from Pathway23-24 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering,

Computer Engineering, Computer Science or

closely related engineering discipline

• 2.5 GPA in math, sciences and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 52

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 85% in all graded courses

Fall Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

ECE 455 Introduction to Robot Programming/Simulation 3

One course from the following ECE courses:

ECE 411 Control Systems 4

ECE 514 Applications of Random Processes 3

Total 9-10

Spring Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

ECE 555 Advanced Robotics 3

ECE 520 Optimization Methods - Control and Communication 3

Total 9

Leads to the Master of Science in Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering or the Master of Engineering Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering Specialization

www.engr.colostate.edu/ece

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ME or MS in Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering - Robotics: Vision

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program12-13 credit hours may apply from Pathway17-18 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering,

Computer Engineering, Computer Science or

closely related engineering discipline

• 2.5 GPA in math, sciences and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 70

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 48

• Password 6.5

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 3.0 CSU GPA for ME• 3.2 CSU GPA for MS• Grade of “B” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades• Résumé• Statement of purpose• 3 recommendation letters from ECE faculty (For the 1-Semester Pathway, students are allowed to have two recommendation letters from ECE faculty and one recommendation letter from an INTO CSU instructor)

Notes

Spring 2-Semester Pathway students will complete their Pathway in the Fall.

500-600 level graduate credits and up to six credits of the ECE 400 level will apply toward the degree.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

ECE 455 Introduction to Robot Programming/Simulation 3

One course from the following CS OR ECE courses:

CS 410 Introduction to Computer Graphics 3

ECE 512 Digital Signal Processing 3

Total 12

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

ECE 555 Advanced Robotics 3

ECE 520 Optimization Methods - Control and Communication 3

Total 12

1-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program6-7 credit hours may apply from Pathway23-24 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering,

Computer Engineering, Computer Science or

closely related engineering discipline

• 2.5 GPA in math, sciences and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 52

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 85% in all graded courses

Fall Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

ECE 455 Introduction to Robot Programming/Simulation 3

One course from the following CS OR ECE courses:

CS 410 Introduction to Computer Graphics 3

ECE 512 Digital Signal Processing 3

Total 9

Spring Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

ECE 555 Advanced Robotics 3

ECE 520 Optimization Methods - Control and Communication 3

Total 9

Leads to the Master of Science in Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering or the Master of Engineering Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering Specialization

www.engr.colostate.edu/ece

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College of Engineering

ME or MS in Electrical Engineering - Semiconductor Devices and Processing

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program11 credit hours may apply from Pathway20 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering,

Computer Engineering, Computer Science or

closely related engineering discipline

• 2.5 GPA in math, sciences and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 70

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 48

• Password 6.5

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 3.0 CSU GPA for ME• 3.2 CSU GPA for MS• Grade of “B” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades• Résumé• Statement of purpose• 3 recommendation letters from ECE faculty (For the 1-Semester Pathway, students are allowed to have two recommendation letters from ECE faculty and one recommendation letter from an INTO CSU instructor)

Notes

Spring 2-Semester Pathway students will complete their Pathway in the Fall.

500-600 level graduate credits and up to six credits of the ECE 400 level will apply toward the degree.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

ECE 404 Experiments in Optical Electronics 2

ECE 441 Optical Electronics 3

Total 11

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

ECE 471A Semiconductor Physics 1

ECE 471B Semiconductor Junction 1

ECE 569 Micro-Electro-Mechanical Devices 3

ECE 572 Semiconductor Transistors 1

Total 12

1-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program6-8 credit hours may apply from Pathway22-24 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering,

Computer Engineering, Computer Science or

closely related engineering discipline

• 2.5 GPA in math, sciences and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 52

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 85% in all graded courses

Fall Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

ECE 404 Experiments in Optical Electronics 2

ECE 441 Optical Electronics 3

ECE 536 RF Integrated Circuit Design 3

Total 11

Spring Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

ECE 471A Semiconductor Physics 1

ECE 471B Semiconductor Junction 1

ECE 569 Micro-Electro-Mechanical Devices 3

ECE 572 Semiconductor Transistors 1

Total 9

Leads to the Master of Science in Electrical Engineering or the Master of Engineering Electrical Engineering Specialization www.engr.colostate.edu/ece

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ME in Mechanical Engineering

2-Semester Pathway1

Fall

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program12-13 credit hours may apply from Pathway17-18 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering

or closely related engineering discipline

• 2.75 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 70

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 48

• Password 6.5

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 3.0 CSU GPA• GRE score of 160 Verbal, 155 Quantitative, 4.0+ Analytical Writing• Grade of “B” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades• Résumé• Statement of purpose• 3 recommendation letters

Notes

1 Based on academic background, students in the 2-Semester Pathway may be required to take undergraduate-level coursework that does not satisfy ME or MS degree requirements.

500-600 level graduate credits will apply toward the degree. Undergraduate credits do not count toward the degree; they serve as pre-degree foundation requirements.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

AEEP 8591 GRE Test Preparation 0

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

Choose two courses from the following MECH OR MATH courses:

MATH 530 Mathematics for Scientists and Engineers 4

MECH 532 Materials Issues in Mechanical Design 3

MECH 538 Mechanical Engineering Thermodynamics 3

Total 12-13

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

MECH 539 Advanced Fluid Mechanics 3

MECH 544 Advanced Heat Transfer 3

Total 12

Leads to the Master of Engineering Mechanical Engineering Specialization www.engr.colostate.edu/me

NEW: ME or MS in Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering Additional Areas of Study: Biomedical Engineering, Computer Networking, Communications & Signal Processing, Lasers and Optics, Electric Power and Energy, Radars and Remote Sensing

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program12-16 credit hours may apply from Pathway14-18 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering,

Computer Engineering, Computer Science or

closely related engineering discipline

• 2.5 GPA in math, sciences and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 70

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 48

• Password 6.5

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 3.0 CSU GPA for ME• 3.2 CSU GPA for MS• Grade of “B” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades• Résumé• Statement of purpose• 3 recommendation letters from ECE faculty (For the 1-Semester Pathway, students are allowed to have two recommendation letters from ECE faculty and one recommendation letter from an INTO CSU instructor)

Notes

Spring 2-Semester Pathway students will complete their Pathway in the Fall.

500-600 level graduate credits and up to six credits of the ECE 400 level will apply toward the degree.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

ECE 4XX/5XX Electrical and Computer Engineering Course 3-4

ECE 4XX/5XX Electrical and Computer Engineering Course 3-4

Total 12-14

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

ECE 4XX/5XX Electrical and Computer Engineering Course 3-4

ECE 4XX/5XX Electrical and Computer Engineering Course 3-4

Total 12-14

1-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program6-8 credit hours may apply from Pathway22-24 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering,

Computer Engineering, Computer Science or

closely related engineering discipline

• 2.5 GPA in math, sciences and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 52

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 85% in all graded courses

Fall Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

ECE 4XX/5XX Electrical and Computer Engineering Course 3-4

ECE 4XX/5XX Electrical and Computer Engineering Course 3-4

Total 9-11

Leads to the Master of Science in Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering or the Master of Engineering Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering Specializationwww.engr.colostate.edu/ece

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MS in Design and Merchandising

1-Semester Pathway

Spring

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour (minimum) degree program9-10 credit hours apply from Pathway20-21 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Design and

Merchandising or related field

• 2.5 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 52

• Password 7

• Duolingo 70

• Completion of Academic English Level 3

with minimum 85% in all graded courses

Spring Start Progression Requirements • 3.0 CSU GPA • Grade of B or better in all classes • No unresolved “I” or “W” or "U" grades • Statement of Purpose • Résumé • 3 recommendation letters

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

Choose 3 courses from the following:

AM 321 Advanced Textiles 3

AM 335 Textiles and Apparel Supply Chains 3

AM 371 Merchandising Systems 4

AM 375 Product Development II 3

AM 430 International Retailing 3

DM 540 Promotional Strategies in Merchandising 3

DM 570 Creativity in Design 3

DM 575 Human Factors in Design 3

Total 12-13

Leads to the Master of Science in Design and Merchandising Apparel and Design Specialization www.dm.chhs.colostate.edu

College of Health and Human Sciences

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MA in English - Teaching English as a Foreign/Second Language (TEFL/TESL)

1-Semester Pathway

Fall

Degree Program Components

33 credit hour degree program 6 credit hours apply from Pathway27 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree

• 2.75 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 75

• IELTS 6.5 (with at least 6.5 on writing test)

• PTEA 50

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 85% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 3.0 CSU GPA• Grade of “B” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades• Résumé• Statement of purpose• 3 recommendation letters

Notes

1 The tutoring on study skills course is required.

500-600 level graduate credits will apply toward the degree. Undergraduate credits do not count toward the degree; they serve as pre-degree foundation requirements.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

E 514 Phonology/Morphology - ESL/EFL 3

E 526 Teaching English as a Foreign/ Second Language

3

Tutoring on Study Skills1 0

Total 9

Leads to the Master of Arts in English TESL/TEFL Specialization www.english.colostate.edu/tefltesl

MA in Languages, Literatures and Cultures - Spanish

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

34 credit hour degree program7-10 credit hours apply from Pathway24-27 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree

• 2.75 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 70

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 48

• Password 6.5

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

• Statement of purpose in Spanish

• Biographical statement in English

Fall Start Progression Requirements• 3.0 CSU GPA• Grade of “B” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades • Résumé• Statement of purpose• 3 recommendation letters• Writing sample in Spanish

Notes

Spring 2-Semester Pathway students will complete their Pathway in the Fall.

500-600 level graduate credits will apply toward the degree. Undergraduate credits do not count toward the degree; they serve as pre-degree foundation requirements.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

LGEN 510 Research Methods 1

LSPA 500 Language Analysis/Stylistics-Spanish 3

Total 10

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

LGEN 530 Literary and Cultural Theory 3

LSPA 536/692

Topics in Spanish Linguistics OR Seminar-Spanish 3

Total 12

Spring Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

LSPA 536 Topics in Spanish Linguistics 3

Total 9

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

LGEN 510 Research Methods 1

LSPA 500 Language Analysis/Stylistics-Spanish 3

Total 10

1-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

34 credit hour degree program6-7 credit hours apply from Pathway27-28 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree

• 2.75 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5 (with at least 6.5 on writing test)

• PTEA 52

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 85% in all graded courses

• Statement of purpose in Spanish

• Biographical statement in English

Fall Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

LGEN 510 Research Methods 1

LSPA 500 Language Analysis/Stylistics-Spanish 3

LGEN 516 Theory/Methods-Foreign Language Instruction 3

Total 10

Spring Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

LSPA 536 Topics in Spanish Linguistics 3

LSPA 692 Seminar-Spanish 3

Total 9

Leads to the Master of Arts in Languages, Literatures and Cultures Spanish Specialization www.languages.colostate.edu

College of Liberal Arts

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Warner College of Natural Resources

Master of Tourism Management

2-Semester Pathway

Fall

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program8 credit hours apply from Pathway22 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree

• 2.75 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 70

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 48

• Password 6.5

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 3.0 CSU GPA• Grade of “B” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades • Résumé• Statement of purpose• 3 recommendation letters

Notes

500-600 level graduate credits will apply toward the degree. Undergraduate credits do not count toward the degree; they serve as pre-degree foundation requirements.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

NRRT 372 Tourism Promotion 3

NRRT 600 Tourism Industry Concepts and Practices 2

NRRT 610 Natural Resource Management and Tourism 2

Total 13

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

NRRT 470 Tourism Impacts 3

NRRT 671 Strategic Management for Travel and Tourism 2

NRRT 625 Communication and Conflict Management in Tourism 2

Total 13

1-Semester Pathway

Spring

Degree Program Components

30 credit hour degree program4 credit hours apply from Pathway26 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree

• 2.75 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 52

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 85% in all graded courses

Spring Start

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

NRRT 470 Tourism Impacts 3

NRRT 671 Strategic Management for Travel and Tourism 2

NRRT 625 Communication and Conflict Management in Tourism 2

Total 13

Leads to the Master of Tourism Management www.warnercnr.colostate.edu/masters-in-tourism

Master of Greenhouse Gas Management and Accounting

2-Semester Pathway

Fall

Degree Program Components

37 credit hour degree program6 credit hours apply from Pathway31 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree

• 2.75 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 70

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 48

• Password 6.5

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 3.0 CSU GPA• GRE score of 156 Verbal, 159 Quantitative, 4.5 Analytical Writing• Grade of “B” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades• Résumé• Statement of purpose• 3 recommendation letters

Notes

500-600 level graduate credits will apply toward the degree. Undergraduate credits do not count toward the degree; they serve as pre-degree foundation requirements.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

AEEP 8591 GRE Test Preparation 0

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

ESS 311 Ecosystem Ecology 3

5xx or 6xx Approved Graduate Credit Elective 3

Total 12

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

ESS 330 Quantitative Reasoning for Ecosystem Science 3

5xx or 6xx Approved Graduate Credit Elective 3

Total 12

1-Semester Pathway

Spring

Degree Program Components

37 credit hour degree program3 credit hours apply from Pathway34 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree

• 2.75 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 52

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 85% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

AEEP 8591 GRE Test Preparation 0

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

ESS 330 Quantitative Reasoning for Ecosystem Science 3

5xx or 6xx Approved Graduate Credit Elective 3

Total 9

Leads to the Master of Greenhouse Gas Management and Accounting www.warnercnr.colostate.edu/mgma

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College of Natural Sciences

Master of Applied Statistics

2-Semester Pathway

Fall

Degree Program Components

31 credit hour degree program2 credit hours apply from Pathway29 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree

• Calculus II or equivalent

• 2.75 GPA in math and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 76

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 51

• Password 6.5

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 3.0 CSU GPA• 3.25 GPA for all MATH, STAT, and STAA courses• Grade of “B” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades • Résumé• Statement of purpose• 3 recommendation letters

Notes

500-600 level STAA graduate credits will apply toward the degree. STAT and undergraduate credits do not count toward the degree; they serve as pre-degree foundation requirements.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

STAT 511 Design and Data Analysis for Researchers I 4

MATH 261 Calculus for Physical Scientists III 4

Total 14Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

STAT 512 Design and Data Analysis for Researchers II 4

STAA 565 Quantitative Reasoning 1

STAA 566 Data Visualization Methods 1

MATH 369 Linear Algebra I 3

Total 15

1-Semester Pathway

Spring

Degree Program Components

31 credit hour degree program2 credit hours apply from Pathway29 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree

• Linear Algebra OR Calculus III or equivalent

• Upper-level statistics course

• 2.75 GPA in math and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 86

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 58

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 85% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

STAT 512 Design and Data Analysis for Researchers II 4

STAA 565 Quantitative Reasoning 1

STAA 566 Data Visualization Methods 1

MATH 261/369

Linear Algebra I OR Calculus for Physical Scientists III 3-4

Total 12-13

MS in Mathematics

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

35 credit hour degree programs 12 credit hours apply from Pathway23 credits remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Mathematics

• 2.75 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 70

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 48

• Password 6.5

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 75% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements• 3.0 CSU GPA• GRE score of 156 Verbal, 160 Quantitative, 4.0+ Analytical Writing• Grade of “B” or better in all classes• No unresolved “W” or “I” or “U” grades• Résumé• Statement of purpose• 3 recommendation letters

Notes

1 Offered spring semesters of odd years.

400-500 level graduate credits will apply toward the degree. Undergraduate credits do not count toward the degree; they serve as pre-degree foundation requirements.

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

AEEP 8591 GRE Test Preparation 0EAP 150 English for International Students I 6MATH 417 Advanced Calculus I 3

Choose one of the following courses:MATH 450 Introduction to Numerical Analysis I 3

MATH 466 Advanced Algebra I 3

MATH 501 Combinatorics I 3

MATH 510 Linear Programming and Network Flows 3

Total 12Semester 2 Course Title Credit HoursEAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6MATH 469 Linear Algebra II 3

Choose one of the following courses:MATH 451 Introduction to Numerical Analysis II 3

MATH 4671 Abstract Algebra II 3

MATH 502 Combinatorics II 3

MATH 520 Nonlinear Programming 3

Total 12

1-Semester Pathway

Fall

Degree Program Components

35 credit hour degree programs 9 credit hours apply from Pathway26 credits remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Mathematics

• 2.75 GPA

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 52

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level 3 with a

minimum 85% in all graded courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit HoursAEEP 8591 GRE Test Preparation 0EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3MATH 417 Advanced Calculus I 3

Choose two of the following courses:MATH 450 Introduction to Numerical Analysis I 3

MATH 466 Advanced Algebra I 3

MATH 501 Combinatorics I 3

MATH 510 Linear Programming and Network Flows 3

MATH 545 Partial Differential Equations I 3

Total 12

Leads to the Master of Science in Mathematics math.colostate.edu

Leads to the Master of Applied Statistics stat.colostate.edu

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MS in Computer Science

2-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

35 credit hour programComputer Science degree holders: up to 18 credits apply from PathwayNon-Computer Science degree holders: 2-18 credit hours apply from Pathway17-33 credit hours remaining toward degree

Program Information

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Computer Science

or relevant Science, Math or Engineering

discipline

• 2.75 GPA in math and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 70

• IELTS 6.0

• PTEA 48

• Password 6.5

• Completion of Academic English Level

3 with a minimum 75% in all graded

courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours Progression Requirements • 3.0 CSU GPA • Grade of "B" or better in all classes • No unresolved "W" or “I” or “U” grades

• Résumé • Statement of purpose • 3 recommendation letters from CS

department faculty

Notes

1 Students with a 4-year Computer Science degree will choose classes after consulting with the Graduate Program Director based on academic strength and interests. Students with a non-Computer Science degree will have classes determined upon arrival at CSU based on CS placement tests to determine level of competences. Further information on the tests, syllabus, and evaluation will be provided with an offer.

For a list of courses, visit: http://www.cs.colostate.edu/cstop/csacademics/cscourses.php

These courses are generally delivered through the INTO CSU Center and are for Pathway students only.

EAP 150 English for International Students I 6

CS 692 Computer Science Seminar 1

CS XXX1 4

CS XXX1 4

Total 15

Semester 2 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 152 English for International Graduate Students 6

CS 692 Computer Science Seminar 1

CS XXX1 4

CS XXX1 4

Total 15

1-Semester Pathway

FallSpring

Degree Program Components

35 credit hour programComputer Science degree holders: up to 9 credits apply from PathwayNon-Computer Science degree holders: 5-9 credit hours apply from Pathway26-30 credit hours remaining toward degree

Entry Requirements • Undergraduate degree in Computer Science

or relevant Science, Math or Engineering

discipline

• 2.75 GPA in math and technical courses

• Language requirement:

• TOEFL iBT 79

• IELTS 6.5

• PTEA 52

• Password 7

• Completion of Academic English Level

3 with a minimum 85% in all graded

courses

Semester 1 Course Title Credit Hours

EAP 153 Writing for International Graduate Students 3

CS 692 Computer Science Seminar 1

CS XXX1 4

CS XXX1 4

Total 12

Leads to the Master of Science in Computer Science www.cs.colostate.edu

College of Natural Sciences