World-Class Learning & Research

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World-class teaching and research work together to produce a top-ranked educational experience for Colorado State University graduate students. CSU is consistently ranked as one of the nation's top academic institutions in a wide variety of categories - from teaching and learning to research and student achievement in studios, laboratories, and classrooms. Its strong reputation as a Carnegie Doctoral/Research University-Extensive is well founded. What makes a Colorado State education unique is that CSU's world-class faculty members are not only creating the latest knowledge, they are sharing it with their students.

Graduate Certificate Programs

Graduate certificate programs are expected to begin fall 2015. Graduate certificates will be offered and transcripted by the University and certificate programs will undergo an approval process by the University Curriculum Committee (UCC). Policies about Graduate Certificate Programs are available.

  • Certificate programs will be 9-15 credits. This is typically 3-4 courses.
  • Graduate certificate information will be posted below by department as they are approved. Certificate programs are developed by department. You may check with your department about certificates not listed here but that are in development.
  • The first certificate programs have been approved by UCC and are listed below by department. Programs will begin as early as fall 2015. Applications will be available within the next few weeks, please check back for additional details.

Degrees by Department

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    Agricultural and Resource Economics
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    Agricultural Sciences, College of
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    Animal Sciences
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    Anthropology
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    Art and Art History
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    Atmospheric Science
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    Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management
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    Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
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    Biology
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    Biomedical Engineering, School of
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    Biomedical Sciences
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    Business
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    Cell and Molecular Biology
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    Chemical and Biological Engineering
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    Chemistry
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    Civil and Environmental Engineering
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    Clinical Sciences
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    Communication Studies
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    Computer Science
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    Construction Management
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    Design and Merchandising
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    Ecology
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    Economics
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    Ecosystem Science and Sustainability
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    Education, School of
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    Electrical and Computer Engineering
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    Engineering
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    English
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    Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences
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    Ethnic Studies
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    Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology
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    Food Science and Human Nutrition
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    Foreign Languages and Literatures
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    Forest and Rangeland Stewardship
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    Geosciences
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    Health and Exercise Science
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    History
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    Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
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    Human Development and Family Studies
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    Human Dimensions of Natural Resources
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    Journalism and Technical Communication
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    Liberal Arts, College of
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    Mathematics
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    Mechanical Engineering
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    Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology
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    Molecular, Cellular, and Integrative Neurosciences Program
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    Music, Theatre, and Dance
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    Natural Sciences, College of
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    Occupational Therapy
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    OnlinePlus
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    Philosophy
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    Physics
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    Political Science
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    Psychology
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    Public Health, Graduate Degree Program in
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    Social Work, School of
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    Sociology
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    Soil and Crop Sciences
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    Statistics