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I want to get admission in Colorado State University so I want to get the list of courses offered along with the deadlines for admission in spring session so can you provide me that
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Old September 22nd, 2013, 12:23 PM
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As you want to get the list of courses offered in Colorado State University so here is the information of the same for you:

Some content of the file has been given here:

List of courses offered:
Mechanical Engineering (B.S.) – Mechanical Engineering/ Engineering Microbiology (B.S.) – Microbiology, Immunology and Pathology/Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Music (B.A., B.M.) – Music, Theatre, and Dance/ Liberal Arts Natural Resource Recreation and Tourism (B.S.) – Human Dimensions of Natural Resources/Warner Natural Resources Natural Resources Management (B.S.) – Forest and Rangeland Stewardship/Warner Natural Resources Natural Sciences (B.S.) – interdepartmental major/Natural Sciences Nutrition and Food Science (B.S.) – Food Science and Human Nutrition/Applied Human Sciences Performing Arts (B.A.) – Music, Theatre, and Dance/ Liberal Arts Philosophy (B.A.) – Philosophy/Liberal Arts Physics (B.S.) – Physics/Natural Sciences Political Science (B.A.) – Political Science/Liberal Arts Psychology (B.S.) – Psychology/Natural Sciences Rangeland Ecology (B.S.) – Forest and Rangeland Stewardship/Warner Natural Resources Social Work (B.S.W.) – Social Work/Applied Human Sciences Sociology (B.A.) – Sociology/Liberal Arts Soil and Crop Sciences (B.S.) – Soil and Crop Sciences/ Agricultural Sciences Watershed Science (B.S.) – Ecosystem Science and Sustainability/Warner Natural Resources Zoology (B.S.) – Biology/Natural Sciences
Civil Engineering (B.S.) – Civil and Environmental Engineering/Engineering Communication Studies (B.A.) – Communication Studies/ Liberal Arts Computer Engineering (B.S.) – Electrical and Computer Engineering/Engineering Computer Science (B.S.) – Computer Science/Natural Sciences Construction Management (B.S.) – Construction Management/Applied Human Sciences Economics (B.A.) – Economics/Liberal Arts Electrical Engineering (B.S.) – Electrical and Computer Engineering/Engineering Engineering Science (B.S.) – interdepartmental major/ Engineering English (B.A.) – English/Liberal Arts Environmental Engineering (B.S.) – Civil and Environmental Engineering/Engineering Environmental Health (B.S.) – Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences/Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Environmental Horticulture (B.S.) – Horticulture and Landscape Architecture/Agricultural Sciences Equine Science (B.S.) – Animal Sciences/Agricultural Sciences Ethnic Studies (B.A.) – Ethnic Studies/Liberal Arts Family and Consumer Sciences (B.S.) – School of Education/Applied Human Sciences Fire and Emergency Services Administration (B.S.) – Education/Applied Human Sciences Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology (B.S.) – Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology/Natural Resources Forestry (B.S.) – Forest and Rangeland Stewardship/Warner Natural Resources Geology (B.S.) – Geosciences/Natural Resources Health and Exercise Science (B.S.) – Health and Exercise Science/Applied Human Sciences History (B.A.) – History/Liberal Arts Horticulture (B.S.) – Horticulture and Landscape Architecture/Agricultural Sciences Hospitality Management (B.S.) – Food Science and Human Nutrition/Applied Human Sciences Human Development and Family Studies (B.S.) – Human Development and Family Studies/Applied Human Sciences Interior Design (B.S.) – Design and Merchandising/ Applied Human Sciences International Studies (B.A.) – College of Liberal Arts Journalism and Technical Communication (B.A.) – Journalism and Technical Communication/Liberal Arts Landscape Architecture (B.S.) – Horticulture and Landscape Architecture/Agricultural Sciences Languages, Literatures, and Cultures (B.A.) – Foreign Languages and Literatures/Liberal Arts Liberal Arts (B.A.) – interdepartmental major/Liberal Arts Mathematics (B.S.) – Mathematics/Natural Sciences
Agricultural Business (B.S.) – Agricultural and Resource Economics/Agricultural Sciences Agricultural Economics (B.S.) – Agricultural and Resource Economics/Agricultural Sciences Agricultural Education (B.S.) – interdepartmental major/ Agricultural Sciences Animal Science (B.S.) – Animal Sciences/Agricultural Sciences Anthropology (B.A.) – Anthropology/Liberal Arts Apparel and Merchandising (B.S.) – Design and Merchandising/Applied Human Sciences Applied Computing Technology (B.S.) – Computer Science/Natural Sciences Art (B.A., B.F.A.) – Art/Liberal Arts Biochemistry (B.S.) – Biochemistry and Molecular Biology/Natural Sciences Biological Science (B.S.) – Biology/Natural Sciences Biomedical Engineering and Chemical and Biological Engineering (dual degree, B.S.) – interdepartmental/ Engineering Biomedical Engineering and Electrical Engineering (dual degree, B.S.) – interdepartmental/Engineering Biomedical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering (dual degree, B.S.) – interdepartmental/Engineering Biomedical Science (B.S.) – Biomedical Sciences/ Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Business Administration (B.S.) – interdepartmental major/Business Chemical and Biological Engineering (B.S.) – Chemical and Biological Engineering/Engineering Chemistry (B.S.) – Chemistry/Natural Sciences

For more detailed information I am uploading a PDF file which is free to download:

Important Dates:
Fall Semester 2014 – Spring Semester 2015
Preview Freshman Orientation
(Choose one 1-1/2-day session)
Mid-June to Mid-August
Next Step Transfer Orientation
(Choose one 1-day session)
TBD (June-July)
International Student Orientation
TBD (August)
Residence Hall Move-In Day
August 21
Ram Welcome
(Campus and department welcome
for new students and their families)
August 21-24

Fall semester classes begin
August 25
University Holiday September 1
Homecoming/Family Weekend TBD
Fall Break - No classes November 24-28
University Holiday November 27-28
Fall semester classes end December 12
Final Examinations December 15-19
Winter Break for students December 22–January 16
University Holiday December 24-26

University Holiday January 1
Orientation for new students
(entering spring semester) January 15-18
University Holiday January 19
Spring semester classes begin January 20
Spring Break - No classes March 16-20
Spring semester classes end May 8
Final Examinations May 11-15

Contact Details:
Colorado State University
Fort Collins,
CO,
United States ‎
+1 970-491-6444 ‎

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File Type: pdf List of courses offered in Colorado State University.pdf (77.0 KB, 15 views)
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Old March 19th, 2015, 06:26 PM
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Default Re: CSU spring admissions

Colorado State University Freshman spring
Admission dates & other admission information are as given below;

Freshman spring Admission

Fall
Application submission
period beginning
October 1

Winter
Application submission
period beginning June 1

Spring
Application submission period beginning August 1

Summer
Application submission
period beginning February 1

Admission requirements:
You have pass high school
SAT/ACT score
GRE score
IELTS/TOEFL score

Application checklist:
Application form
Application fees
SAT/ACT score
TOEFL/IELTS score card
GRE score card

Contact:
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO, United States ‎
+1 970-491-6444 ‎

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