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Colorado State University offers a variety of rigorous academic programs and is consistently ranked among the nation’s top universities in a number of disciplines. According to the U.S. News and World Report’s 2019 rankings of the nation’s best graduate schools, 22 CSU graduate programs rank in the top 100 across the country. Whether you are interested in starting your Doctoral studies, working toward a Master’s degree, or starting a Professional degree, Colorado State University might be the perfect fit for you.
CSU awards approximately 6900 degrees annually. Around 1600 are Master’s degrees, 220 are doctoral degrees, and 140 degrees are awarded from our competitive College of Veterinary Medicine doctoral program.
Twenty-two of CSU’s graduate programs rank in the top 100 across the country according to the U.S. News and World Report’s 2019 rankings of the nation’s best graduate schools
CSU is a Carnegie Research Extensive University (Research 1)
The Princeton Review lists CSU among the best in the nation. CSU is recognized for its exceptional commitment to sustainability in Princeton Review’s Green Honor Roll.
Find the program that fits your goals. We offer Ph.D. and Master’s programs, with interdisciplinary, online, and hybrid offerings as well as certificates. Unique research opportunities to collaborate with faculty, professional development events, and community organizations are plentiful.
For information about the coursework, expectations, and specific application requirements: reach out to the departmental program contact. Please visit our program pages for contact information. If you have general questions about the application process and graduate student policies, feel free to contact us.