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INTO Colorado State University INTO University Colorado State University

Address: INTO Colorado State University Colorado State University Spruce Hall 150 Old Main Drive Campus Delivery: 1037 Fort Collins, CO 80523-1037 USA

Description INTO Colorado State University

INTO Colorado State University is a state university. He specializes in training workers for agricultural, engineering and veterinary medicine. The institution has been operating in Colorado since 1870. Priority training system here has not changed. Students receive theoretical knowledge directly at the university, and practical experience - in the field.

INTO Colorado State University is not only an educational institution, but also a research and development center. He has the status of a doctoral university. A high level of scientific activity plays an important role in the growth of the popularity of the educational institution among modern entrants.

The University of Cororado is known for research in several areas:

  • ethics of veterinary medicine;
  • meteorology;
  • ecology;
  • oncological diseases;
  • radiotherapy.
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    The university's research budget is more than $ 300 million per year.

    The university is located in the small town of Fort Collins. Near it stands the Rocky Mountains. Prior to most ski resorts in the region from the university about 2 hours drive. In Rocky Mountain, a national park with a unique ecosystem, you can reach in less than an hour. To study at the University is not only prestigious, but also comfortable. This is due to the fact that the university is located in the city from the TOP-10 of the best places to stay in the US.

    Curriculum INTO Colorado State University:

    CSU accepts applicants for 65 bachelor's programs, 55 magistracy courses, 40 doctoral courses, including veterinary medicine. The structure of the university is represented by 8 profile colleges:

    • Agricultural. Training is offered in the areas of livestock, crop and soil science, landscape architecture, horticulture, horse breeding, environmental protection, natural resource economy, agricultural education and agricultural business.
    • Social Sciences and Health. There are programs for social work, hotel management, foodstuffs, clothing, interior design, human development and family science, physical education, family and consumer science, construction management.
    • Business. The college conducts training in several areas. Students study real estate, information systems, marketing, innovative management, personnel management, management of organizations, finance, accounting.
    • Free Arts. Available specialties: sociology, political science, philosophy, music, culture, literature, media, journalism, international studies, humanities, social sciences, English, economics, communication, art, anthropology.
    • Engineering. His graduates specialize in engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, applied science, computer engineering, civil engineering, chemical and bioengineering.
    • Natural Sciences. Here zoology, statistics, psychology, physics, neurology, natural science, mathematics, computer science, chemistry and biology, biochemistry, applied computer technologies are studied.
    • Biomedical Sciences and Veterinary Medicine. Graduates work in the field of microbiology, veterinary medicine, biomedicine, environmental health. The doctor's program on veterinary medicine has been ranked as the TOP-3 of the best in the country for 20 years. The college offers not only basic programs, but also integrated courses. Their specialty is to obtain a double specialty, for example, a doctor of veterinary science and a master of public health.
    • Natural resources. Here we study hydrography, pasture ecology, tourism and cultural studies, geology, forestry, wildlife, rational nature management, fire protection and emergency response, ecology.

    Selection criteria for applicants:

    Direct enrollment is available for applicants:

    • undergraduate students with IELTS 6.5+; TOEFL IBT 79+; GPA 3.25,
    • Masters, respectively, with IELTS 6.5+; TOEFL IBT 80+; GPA 3.0+

    Applicants who need academic and / or language pre-university training can use the INTO program.

Programs and tuition/boarding fees, prices in INTO Colorado State University

Program name
Date
Age
Cost
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from 39 983 $ / 2 semester

The specialized program is targeted at the undergraduate bachelor's degree. It involves the study of several disciplines, including mathematics, mass culture, English. Includes course and subjects from the direction chosen by the entrant.

The program is available for those wishing to get CSU education in the following areas: natural sciences, humanities, engineering, computer science, business administration, agriculture. The training lasts 2 semesters. The accelerated course is offered for applicants of the bachelor's degree in the field of humanitarian disciplines and agricultural sciences.

For admission to the Undergraduate Pathway the following indicators are required:

  • IELTS 5.5-6.0 or TOEFL 60-75;
  • GPA - 2.5-2.7;
  • Successful passing the CSU math test.

At the end of the program, students who achieve successful results are enrolled for the 2nd semester of the first year of study or for the 2nd year.

The cost of the program: $ 39,983 - $ 46,786 for two semesters (training, accommodation, meals, study materials, medical insurance, additional expenses).

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21+
from 24 686 $ / semester

Graduate Pathway:

The preparatory course for future masters includes academic studies in priority disciplines taking into account the chosen direction and in English. Available specialties: applied statistics, tourism management, engineering, computer engineering, civil engineering, engineering, chemical engineering, information computer systems, business (environmental, social profile), business administration, financial risk management, agriculture.

The program is offered in standard and accelerated mode. The latter provides training for 4 months instead of 9. Courses start in January and August.

Entry requirements vary depending on the type of program and the chosen specialty. Common are the necessary for enrollment indicators IELTS 6.0-6.5, TOEFL 71-86 and GPA - 2.75-2.85.

The cost of the program:

  • Accelerated program, 1 semester (training, accommodation, meals, training materials, medical insurance) - from $ 24,868 ;
  • Standard program, 2 semesters (training, accommodation, meals, training materials, medical insurance) - from $ 45,836.
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17+
from 6 931 $ / term

Academic English Program:

The Academic English Program specializes in students who do not speak English well enough to study at CSU. The program allows you to prepare for entering the Pathway. The basic level of English is not important. AER is available for beginners and who speak English confidently. The first learn the general language skills during the training, the latter develop specific, necessary for the training in the university.

The program can have different duration. The full course lasts 2 semesters, the standard one - 1 semester (in summer), the accelerated one - 1 month. The last program is aimed at those who are preparing to enter a bachelor's or master's degree in the current year.

The intensity of training can also be different. The load is 15 - 25 hours per week.

Applicants who have reached the age of 17 are admitted to AER.

The cost of the program (training, accommodation, meals, training and methodological materials, insurance):

  • 1 term / half of the semester - from $ 6,931;
  • 2 terms / 1 semester - from $ 13,540 ;
  • 3 terms / 1.5 semesters - from $ 20,471 ;
  • 4 terms / 2 semesters - from $ 20,471 .

College Year Abroad:

The special course is aimed at those wishing to plunge into university life before joining CSU. An intensive English course provides for an increased academic load. Accommodation of students is carried out on the campus of the university. Full immersion in the academic and linguistic environment is guaranteed.

Students who are over 17 years old are admitted to the course. The training lasts 24 to 36 weeks. Beginning of the courses is scheduled for August and January.

The cost of the course (training, accommodation, meals, educational and methodical materials, medical insurance):

  • 24 weeks - from $ 18,774;
  • 36 weeks from $ 27,800.
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17+
from 3 524 $ / term

General English Program:

A general English course is available for students with any level of basic training. The program is suitable for those who want to improve their language skills and knowledge, get to know more closely the culture of America. General English Program focuses on English communication. The study of special disciplines in the course of the course is not provided.

The duration of the training varies from 4 to 48 weeks. Requirements for admission - age not less than 17 years. The academic load is 22 hours per week. The program provides 3 training levels, from elementary to advanced.

The cost of the program: 1 trimester / 4 weeks (training, food, accommodation, training and methodical materials, medical insurance) - from $ 3,524.

The International Year One Program

  • Age of participants: from 16 years
  • Duration of the programs: 1, 2 or 3 semesters
  • Beginning of classes: January, May, August
  • Level of education: Diploma of secondary school
  • Knowledge of English: for 3-semester programs: TOEFL iBT 50 / IELTS 5.0 / PTEA 40; for 2-semester programs: TOEFL iBT 60 / IELTS 5.5 / PTEA 44; for the semester programs: TOEFL iBT 75-79 / IELTS 6 / 0-6.5 / PTEA 50-53
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Participants: foreign citizens.

International Year One is a special adaptation program for international students wishing to enroll in INTO Colorado State University (University of Colorado). To participate, you must have a diploma of school education and a certain level of English, training lasts from 1 to 3 semesters (the choice of duration depends on the level of the language). The course starts three times a year. The advantage of International Year One is that students after graduation immediately move to the next semester in the Bachelor's Degree. In total, 9 directions are available today:

  • Agricultural Sciences
  • Science
  • Business Administration
  • Computer Science
  • Dance
  • Engineering
  • General Studies
  • Language, Literature and Culture - French and Spanish (Languages, Literatures and Cultures - French or Spanish)
  • Mathematics.

Each direction corresponds to their undergraduate programs. Training includes:

  • Academic English. Participants in 2 and 3 semester courses spend a considerable amount of time developing their language skills and raising their level. Classes are conducted by professional certified specialists, and are built around the main sections of linguistics: grammar, listening, writing and speaking. Students learn to correctly and accurately use English in the academic environment and everyday life. During the training the level of language is significantly increased.
  • A set of disciplines and subjects in the direction. Includes standard university and special adapted courses that are part of the training program in the chosen direction. Students of the International Year One receive the same knowledge as undergraduate students.

Development of university teaching and research skills. American universities make specific demands on what methods of research and study each student should have, and these requirements may present certain difficulties for foreign participants. Courses on this topic are designed to fill the gaps and help students to learn the methods of research for a successful learning process.

All classes are conducted exclusively by highly qualified specialists in small classes, which allows paying maximum attention to each student. Students receive effective support from teachers, staff and mentors on all emerging issues, both in the curriculum, and in terms of living and lifestyles, as well as centers for the support of foreign students. Students attend special seminars on career skills and employment, which greatly helps them in understanding the structure of the labor market and facilitates the further process of job search and career advancement.

After the successful completion of the International Year One, students move to the next semester of the undergraduate program for the chosen program and continue their studies as ordinary students.

International Year One: directions and available bachelor's programs:

1. Agricultural Sciences:

  • Agricultural Business (BS)
  • Agricultural Education (BS)
  • Animal Science (BS)
  • Gardening and horticulture and environment (Environmental Horticulture-BS)
  • Horse Science (Equine Science-BS)
  • Gardening and horticulture (Horticulture-BS)
  • The science of soil and crop (Soil and Crop Sciences-BS).

2. Business Administration:

  • Applied Computing Technology-BS
  • Business Administration (BS)
  • Economy (Economics-BA)

3. Computer Science:

  • Computer science (Computer Science-BS)

4. Dance:

  • Dancing (Dance-BA)

5. Engineering:

  • Biomedical Engineering-BS
  • Chemical and Biological Engineering (BS)
  • Civil Engineering (BS)
  • Computer Engineering (BS)
  • Electrical Engineering (BS)
  • Engineering Science (BS)
  • Environmental Engineering (BS)
  • Mechanical Engineering (BS).

6. General Studies:

  • English Language (English-BA)
  • Ethnic Studies-BA
  • Family and Consumer Sciences (BS)
  • Fermentation Science and Technology-BS
  • Fine Arts (BA)
  • Forestry (Forestry-BS)
  • History (History-BA)
  • Hospitality Management-BS
  • Human development and Family Studies-BS
  • International Studies (BA)
  • Journalism and Media Communication (Journalism and Media Communication-BA)
  • Liberal Arts (Liberal Arts-BA)
  • Music (Music-BA, Music-BM)
  • Natural resources for recreation and tourism (Natural Resource Recreation and Tourism-BS)
  • Management of natural resources (Natural Resources Management-BS)
  • Philosophy (BA)
  • Political Science (BA)
  • Pasture Ecology (Rangeland Ecology-BS)
  • Social Work (Social Work-B.SW.)
  • Sociology (Sociology-BA)
  • Statistics (Statistics-BS)
  • Licensed Teachers (Teacher Licensure-BA)
  • Theater (Theater-BA)
  • Communication Studies (BA)
  • Anthropology (Anthropology-BA)
  • Construction Management (BS)
  • Apparel and Merchandising-BS
  • Early Childhood Education (BS)
  • Art (Art-BA).

7. Language, Literature and Culture - French and Spanish (Languages, Literatures and Cultures - French or Spanish):

  • Language, Literature and Culture (Languages, Literatures and Cultures-BA)

8. Mathematics:

  • Mathematics (BS)

9. Science:

  • Biochemistry (BS)
  • Biological Science (BS)
  • Biomedical Sciences-BS
  • Chemistry (Chemistry-BS)
  • Ecosystem Science and Sustainability (BS)
  • Environmental Health (Environmental Health-BS)
  • Biology of fish, wildlife and species conservation (Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology-BS)
  • Geology (Geology-BS)
  • Health and Exercise (BS)
  • Microbiology (BS)
  • Natural Sciences (BS)
  • Neuroscience-BS
  • Nutrition and the science of products (Nutrition and Food Science-BS)
  • Physics (Physics-BS)
  • Psychology (Psychology-BS)
  • The science of river basins (Watershed Sciences-BS)
  • Zoology (Zoology-BS).

Tuition fees for the International Year One:

  • Course 1 semester = from $ 18150
  • The course of 3 semesters = from 40500 $.
  • The course of 2 semesters = from 31560 $.

REQUIREMENTS FOR RECEIPT

1. Age of participants: from 16 years old

2. English language level for participation:

  • for 3-semester programs: TOEFL iBT 50 / IELTS 5.0 / PTEA 40 / Password overall Level 5 / Completion of Academic English Level 2
  • for semester programs: TOEFL iBT 75-79 / IELTS 6 / 0-6.5 / PTEA 50-53 / Password overall Level 7 or Completion of Academic English Level 3 (minimum 80% in all graded classes)
  • for 2-semester programs: TOEFL iBT 60 / IELTS 5.5 / PTEA 44 / Password overall level 6 / Completion of Academic English Level 3 (minimum 75% in all graded classes).

3. Level of Education: Diploma of High School Graduation

4. GPA: from 2.3.

5. High indicators for the profile subjects of the chosen direction

6. It is possible to conduct internal tests for knowledge of the English language and disciplines

7. Participants: foreign nationals.

DAYS OF TRIMESTORS AND ADDITIONAL COSTS

Beginning of classes: January, May, August.

Academic year for semester programs:

1. Beginning in January: from January 7 to May 10

2. Beginning in May: from May 7 to August 3

3. Beginning in August: from August 12 to December 13.

Academic year for 2-semester programs:

1. Beginning in January: from January 7 to August 2

2. Beginning in May: from May 7 to December 14

3. Beginning in August: from August 13 to May 10 (next year)

Academic year for 3-semester programs:

1. Beginning in January: from January 7 to May 15 (next year)

2. Start in May: from May 7 to May 17 (next year)

3. Beginning in August: from August 13 to December 13 (next year).

Bachelor's program

1. Age of participants: from 17 years

2. Duration of training: 4 years (standard programs)

3. Beginning of classes: September, January

4. Level of English: TOEFL iBT 75-79, IELTS 6.0-6.5, PTEA 50-53, Password 7

5. Level of Education: Diploma of School Graduation

6. Language of instruction: English.

INTO Colorado State University (University of Colorado) offers students a large number of training programs in a variety of ways. To enter the university you need to have a complete school education and a fairly high level of English; foreign applicants can use the special adaptation course International Year One - bring their knowledge in line with the requirements of the American education system without increasing the duration of training.

The standard program lasts 4 years. All students in all specialties choose for themselves two spheres - basic and additional. Major - the main area of ​​study, in simple terms - the main specialization, which is prescribed in the diploma and the discipline of which occupy the main place in the curriculum. Minor is an additional specialization where students can choose the sciences and areas of interest of interest to them, get serious support in relation to the core area and expand their competencies. This system makes education more universal and allows to develop in several directions at once. For passed courses and disciplines, students receive so-called credits (or credit units). The training is quite intensive, daily the students receive large amounts of information, and in order for the process to be more comfortable and successful, different types of classes alternate:

  • Lectures, extended lectures
  • Laboratory work and experiments
  • Lectures and seminars with invited experts
  • Seminars and interactive workshops
  • Work in groups
  • Independent work
  • Working with sources and literature
  • Field studies.

Regularly during the semesters, various tests and examinations are conducted, such as examinations, invisible exams, tests, coursework. Teachers do not just give students knowledge, but, first of all, teach them to apply this knowledge in practice. Students undergo internships in companies and organizations, public authorities and medical institutions. The university also has full-fledged programs of on-line education in some specialties, which make it possible to receive prestigious education in full on-line mode.

Upon completion of the training, students are given a diploma of higher education of the state standard and are awarded a bachelor's degree in the relevant field of science. Graduates of INTO Colorado State University (University of Colorado) have high chances of finding a job in prestigious companies, many bachelors continue their studies, entering the magistracy.

Bachelor's programs at INTO Colorado State University (University of Colorado). (Major):

  • Agricultural business (Agricultural Economics, Farm and Ranch Management)
  • Zoology
  • Agricultural Education (Teacher Development, Agricultural Literacy)
  • The Science of Animals
  • Anthropology (Archeology, Biological Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology, Geography)
  • Apparel and merchandising (Design and manufacture of clothing, Product development, Merchandising)
  • Applied computing technologies
  • Art (Bachelor of Arts (BA)) (Art Education, Art History, Studio)
  • Art (BFA) (BFA) (Drawing, Electronic Art, Fibers, Graphic Design, Drawing, Photo, Pottery, Print of images, Sculpture)
  • Biochemistry (General Biochemistry, Health and Medicine, Pre-Pharmacy)
  • Biology (Biological Sciences, Botany)
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Biomedical Sciences
  • Business Administration (Accounting, Finance, Financial Planning, Personnel Management, Information Systems, Marketing, Organizational and Innovative Management, Real Estate, Supply Chain Management System)
  • Chemical and biological engineering
  • Chemistry
  • Civil engineering
  • Communication research
  • Computer engineering
  • Computer science (Computer science, Human-centered computing)
  • Construction management
  • Dancing
  • Data Sciences
  • Early childhood education
  • Economy
  • The Science of Ecosystems and Sustainability
  • Electrical Engineering (Electrical Engineering, Lasers and Optical Engineering)
  • Engineering Sciences (Engineering Physics, Space Engineering, Licensing of Teachers)
  • Engineering and International Studies
  • English (Writing, Education, Language, Literature, Rhetoric and Literacy)
  • Economics of the environment and natural resources
  • Environmental Engineering (Environmental Engineering, Environmental Engineering)
  • Health of the environment
  • Gardening (Landscape and business, Landscape design, Landscape management, Turf management)
  • The science of horses
  • Ethnic studies (women's studies)
  • Family and consumer science (Family and consumer science, Education in the field of family and consumer science)
  • Science and technology of fermentation
  • Biology of fish, wildlife and conservation (Conservation Biology, Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Biology of the Wild)
  • Forestry (Forest Biology, Forest Fire Science, Forest Management, Forestry Enterprises)
  • Geology (Environmental Geology, Geology, Geophysics, Hydrogeology)
  • Health and exercise (Promotion of a healthy lifestyle, Sports medicine)
  • History (General History, Language, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Education in Social Sciences)
  • Gardening and horticulture (Floriculture, Horticulture management, Horticultural food crops, Horticultural science, Horticultural therapy, Viticulture and oenology)
  • Hospitality Management
  • Human development and family research (Early childhood professions, Human development and family research, Leadership and entrepreneurial professions, Pre-medical professions, Preventive and intervention sciences)
  • Human measurements of natural resources
  • Interdisciplinary liberal arts
  • Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts and Engineering
  • Interior Design
  • International Studies (Asian Studies, European Studies, Latin American Studies, Studies in the Middle East and North Africa)
  • Journalism and Media Communication
  • landscape architecture
  • Languages, Literature and Culture (French, German, Spanish, Teaching)
  • Mathematics (Actuarial Science, Applied Mathematics, Computational Mathematics, General Mathematics, Mathematical Education, Mathematics of Information)
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Microbiology
  • Music (BA)
  • Music (BM) (Composition, Music education, Music therapy, Performance)
  • Natural Tourism Resources (Global Tourism, Natural Tourism Resources)
  • Management of natural resources
  • Natural Sciences (Education in Biology, Education in Chemistry, Geological Education, Physical Science, Physical Education)
  • Neuroscience (Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience, Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience)
  • Nutrition and Food Industry (Dietology and Nutrition Management, Food Safety and Nutrition, Nutrition and Fitness, Food Science)
  • Philosophy (General Philosophy, Global Philosophy and Religion, Philosophy, Science and Technology)
  • Physics (Applied Physics, Physics)
  • Political science
  • Psychology (Drug counseling, Clinical / counseling psychology, General psychology, Industrial / Organizational psychology, Mind, brain and behavior)
  • Pasture Ecology (Conservation and Management, Range and Management of Forests, Recovery Ecology)
  • Social work
  • Sociology (Criminology and Criminal Justice, Environmental Sociology, General Sociology)
  • Soil Science and Cultural Sciences (Management of Agronomic Production, Applied Information Technology, International Soil and Cultural Sciences, Biotechnology, Genetics and Breeding Plan, Soil Ecology, Soil, Land Use and Climate Change, Soil Recovery and Conservation)
  • Statistics
  • Theater (Design and Technology, General Theater, Performance)
  • The science of river basins
  • Women and gender studies.

Online Bachelor's programs:

  • Agricultural Business (Agricultural Business BS)
  • Psychology (Psychology BS)
  • Anthropology (Anthropology BA)
  • Economics (Economics BA)
  • Fire and Emergency Services Administration (BS)
  • Gardening (Horticulture BS)
  • Human development and Family Studies BS
  • Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts (Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts BA).

The cost of studying for undergraduate programs is from $ 29,000 / year of study.

REQUIREMENTS FOR RECEIPT

1. Age: from 17 years old

2. Educational level: completed secondary school (high school diploma with a high average score and good marks)

3. Knowledge of English: TOEFL iBT 75-79, IELTS 6.0-6.5, PTEA 50-53, Password 7, Completion of Academic English Level 3 (with a minimum of 80% in all graded classes)

4. Portfolio (for some specialties)

5. High level of knowledge in the profile subjects of the chosen direction

6. Internal tests to determine the level of knowledge

7. Interview with a university employee

8. Foreign students are usually enrolled through participation in the International Year One.

DATES OF SEMESTERS AND ADDITIONAL EXPENSES

Beginning of the bachelor's degree programs: September (end of August), January.

The academic year of undergraduate programs is divided into semesters:

  • Autumn semester: from August 21 to December 15-19 (holidays from November 18 to 26, Christmas holidays from December 21 to January 14)
  • Summer semester: from May 14 to August 8
  • Spring semester: from January 15 to May 11 (holidays from 10 to 18 March).

Master's program

1. Age of participants: from 20 years

2. Duration of study: from 1 year

3. Beginning of classes: September (end of August), January

4. Level of English: TOEFL iBT 75-86 / IELTS 6.5 / PTEA 50-58 / Password 7

5. Level of education: Bachelor's degree

6. Language of instruction: English.

The Department of Magistracy at INTO Colorado State University (University of Colorado) is characterized by the highest quality of education provided and a wide variety of programs. For admission to the master's degree, you must have a bachelor's degree (4 years of study) and a high level of English (you need to be fluent in the language). For foreign applicants there is a special Pre-Master's course, where students for 1-3 semesters adapt to the university system of education, receive academic knowledge and then pass to the basic bachelor's programs without losing time.

The master offers a fundamental scientific base and extensive research training. Each specialty is assessed by credits - credit units, which are earned as the disciplines pass. The training is quite intensive, it includes a large number of independent studies and research work. The teachers of the magistracy strive to find an individual approach to each master student and help to open their potential to the fullest. Students have the opportunity to undergo internships, perfect their skills in real activities. Employees and specialists of the university provide all necessary assistance in matters of employment and career development. In addition to standard training, some programs are available online, and in several formats: fully online, online with the included summer semester on campus, online with live lectures included.

Specialists with a Master's degree in INTO Colorado State University (University of Colorado) are highly regarded by employers and have a high percentage of employment in good companies in the US and around the world. Many graduates continue their education in doctoral studies, are engaged in scientific work and open new horizons of science.

Master's programs at INTO Colorado State University (University of Colorado):

  • Accounting
  • Toxicology
  • Agricultural and resource economy
  • Animals of science
  • Anthropology
  • History of art
  • Atmospheric science
  • Bio-agricultural sciences and management
  • Biochemistry and molecular biology
  • Biology
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Biomedical Sciences
  • Business Administration
  • Cell and molecular biology
  • Chemical and biological engineering
  • Chemistry
  • Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering
  • Clinical sciences
  • Agricultural sciences
  • Business
  • Engineering
  • Liberal Arts
  • Natural Sciences
  • Communication Research
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Computer science
  • Construction management
  • Design and production
  • Ecology
  • Economy
  • Eco-system science and sustainability
  • Education
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • English
  • Ecological and radiological health care
  • Ethnic Studies
  • Finance and real estate
  • Biology of fish, wildlife and species conservation
  • Food science and human nutrition
  • Earth sciences
  • Global environmental sustainability
  • The Science of Health and Exercise
  • History
  • Horticulture and landscape architecture
  • Human development and family research
  • Human measurements of natural resources
  • Journalistic and Media Communication
  • Languages, literature and culture
  • Mathematics
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Microbiology, Immunology and Pathology
  • Molecular, cellular and integral neuroscience
  • Music, theater and dance
  • Occupational therapy
  • Philosophy
  • Physics
  • Political science
  • Psychology
  • Social work
  • Sociology
  • Soil Science and Cultures
  • Statistics
  • System engineering.

Masters Online Training Programs:

1. Agricultural sciences:

  • Expanded Education (Extension Education M.Ext.Ed.)
  • Integrated resource management (Integrated Resource Management M.Agr.)
  • Leadership in Art and Cultural Management (Arts Leadership and Cultural Management MALCM)
  • Music therapy (summer semester on campus) (Music Therapy MM).
  • Leadership in art and culture management (Arts Leadership and Cultural Management MALCM)
  • Tourism Management (MTM).
  • Communications Management (Communications and Media Management MCMM)
  • Computer Engineering (Computer Engineering ME, MS)
  • Computer Science (Computer Science MCS)
  • Adult Education and Training M.Ed.
  • Education in the natural sciences (Natural Sciences Education MNSE).
  • Biomedical Engineering ME (Biomedical Engineering ME)
  • System Engineering (Systems Engineering ME, MS).
  • Biomedical Engineering ME (Biomedical Engineering ME)
  • Social Work (MSW)
  • Fish, wildlife and conservation biology (Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology MFWCB)
  • Tourism Management (MTM).

2. Art and Music:

  • Conductor M.M. (summer semester on campus) (Conducting MM)
  • Music education (summer semester on campus) (Kodály Music Education MM)

3. Business, organization and management:

  • Business Administration (Business Administration MBA)
  • Industrial / Organizational Psychology (MAIOP)
  • Organizational Learning, Efficiency and Change (Organizational Learning, Performance, and Change M.Ed.)

4. Communication:

  • Communications Management (Communications and Media Management MCMM)

5. Computer Science and Technology

  • Computer Information Systems (MCIS)

6. Education:

  • Conductor (MM)
  • Licensing of Teachers in Education (Education Sciences Teacher Licensure and M.Ed.)
  • Expanded Education (Extension Education M.Ext.Ed.)

7. Engineering:

  • Civil Engineering (Civil Engineering ME, MS)
  • Computer Engineering (Computer Engineering ME, MS)
  • Electrical Engineering (Electrical Engineering ME, MS)
  • Engineering Management (ME)
  • Mechanical Engineering ME

8. Health and Human Sciences:

  • Dietetic (Dietetics MS)
  • Music therapy (summer semester on campus) (Music Therapy MM)
  • 9. Natural resources and the environment:
  • Natural Resource Stewardship (MNRS)

10. Statistics:

  • Applied Statistics MAS.

The cost of studying for Master's programs = from 27000 $ / year of training.

REQUIREMENTS FOR RECEIPT

For master's programs:

1. Age: from 20 years old

2. Level of education: bachelor's degree (diploma with a high average score)

3. Level of English: TOEFL iBT 75-86, IELTS 6.5, PTEA 50-58, Password 7, Completion of Academic English Level 3 (with a minimum of 85% in all graded courses)

4. High rates and academic achievements in the profile disciplines of the chosen direction

5. Expanded essay explaining and justifying all the reasons and objectives of entering the magistracy

6. Written recommendations from previous places of study / work (at least 2 recommendations)

7. Portfolio of creative works (for some specialties)

8. Protection of profile exams and tests (for some specialties)

9. For foreign participants it is recommended to enter through the Pre-Master's program.

DATES OF SEMESTERS AND ADDITIONAL EXPENSES

The beginning of the master's program: September (end of August), January.

The academic year of the Master's program is divided into semesters:

  • Autumn semester: from August 21 to December 15-19 (holidays from November 18 to 26, Christmas holidays from December 21 to January 14)
  • Spring semester: from January 15 to May 11 (vacation from 10 to 18 March)
  • Summer semester: from May 14 to August 8.

Accommodation and food

Students of bachelor's preparatory programs are accommodated in double studios. Bathrooms are shared, one for 4 people. Students from other university courses live in single or double rooms with private facilities in the room or on the floor. The food program is chosen by the student independently. Available options: board (3 meals a day), half board (2 meals a day), partial board (meals in the dining room 1 time per day).

Subjects and sport

Subjects list: Agriculture, biology, chemistry, Electronic engineering, Information Technology, physics, psychology, sociology, Telecommunications, Veterinary science
Events list: badminton, basketball, dancing, fitness, football, golf, gym, hockey, martial arts, swimming, Swimming in the pool, table tennis, volleyball, water polo

Advantages

  • INTO Colorado State University is one of the top 300 universities in the world.
  • In the US, the institution is ranked 121st in the national rating. Among state universities, he is on the 58th place.
  • At the university, the level of satisfaction with foreign students in terms of training and support reaches 100%.
  • The university is also one of the most entrepreneurial universities in the United States. It takes a worthy place in the top 50 universities. Many of its graduates successfully develop their own business. The neighbors of the university in the TOP-50 are world-famous educational institutions: Ivy League schools, Massachusetts technological universities, the University of California, as well as Berkeley and Stanford.
  • The Master's programs of the University occupy 22 places in the TOP-100 profile courses in the USA.
  • This institution can boast an ecologically clean, green campus. In the corresponding national rating, it ranks 11th.

Equipment INTO Colorado State University

The campus of the University is 2000 hectares of area. It is represented by the main town with educational buildings, library, residences, arts center, laboratory complex and veterinary clinic, several additional campuses (agricultural, mountain and foothill). Also at the disposal of the university there is a Forest Service Station, a research center outside Larimer.

Term dates and fees

The school year is divided into semesters: autumn and spring (16 weeks each), as well as a short summer semester (4-8-12 weeks).

Additional fees:

  • consular fee;
  • visa service;
  • registration fee;
  • medical insurance;
  • other expenses.

Entry requirements and extra fees how to apply, what is required to enrol

Required documents, depending on the type of institution:

camp / language school
  • copy of 1 page
  • certificate of language proficiency (if any)
private school, boardinghouse
  • copy of the 1 Pages of the passport
  • certificate of language proficiency
  • school report card with grades for the last 2-4 years (depending on the school)
  • school registration form
  • recommendation letters from Teachers of foreign languages, mathematics and a class teacher. Additionally, an educational institution may request a recommendation from the principal
  • Testing for knowledge of mathematics, language, other subjects
  • Interview with a representative of the school (possibly in person or by Skype)
  • Literacy, awards, student personal achievements (if any)
  • motivation letter (not for all schools)
  • passport size photo (depending on the school from 1 to 12 pcs)
  • medical certificate of the general health of the child , Discharge of vaccinations
  • birth certificate of the schoolboy (s)
university
  • copy of the page 1 passport of the passport
  • certificate of language proficiency
  • school certificate for the bachelor, diploma of Higher education for the master
  • letters of recommendation from teachers of foreign languages, mathematics and the class teacher. Additionally, an educational institution may request a recommendation from the principal / dean
  • certificates, awards, personal achievements of the student (if any)
  • motivation letter / personal statement
  • interview with a representative of the institution


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