Graduate programs and curricula at Colorado State University Pueblo are developed by the faculty and administration in the instructional colleges and schools and are administered by graduate program directors or coordinators with the assistance of the Provost/VPAA and the Vice-President of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs. Academic policies affecting graduate programs and courses are reviewed by the University Graduate Studies Board and governed by the Faculty Senate.
Graduate Degree Programs
Colorado State University Pueblo offers selected graduate courses and programs for degree-seeking and non-degree students. Graduate degrees are offered in Athletic Training (MS), Biochemistry (MS), Biology (MS), Business Administration (MBA), Chemistry (MS), Education (M.Ed.), Engineering (MS), English (MA), Industrial and Systems Engineering (MSISE), Nursing (MS, DNP), and Social Work (MSW).
The following master’s degrees can be completed in conjunction with 3+2 programs (options to complete undergraduate and graduate degrees simultaneously): Athletic Training, Biochemistry, Biology, Business Administration, Chemistry, Computer Information Systems, Construction Management, Engineering, English, Industrial and Systems Engineering, and Non-Integrated.
3+2 programs are only available to degree-seeking undergraduate students. The 3+2 programs are not available to degree plus students, guest students, or non-degree seeking students.
For more information, please see the “Joint 3+2 Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees” section of this catalog.