Facilities

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CSU spans five primary campuses on 4773 acres, plus numerous Agricultural Experiment Stations, Cooperative Extension offices, and Colorado State Forest Service sites across the state that cover an additional 4038 acres. Altogether, CSU has 705 buildings including 3295 classrooms and 1237 laboratories totaling 10,434,578 gross square feet. In addition to acres owned, CSU manages an additional 9,978,478 acres throughout the state, most of which is the Colorado State Forest.   Bookstore Coffee Shops CSU Transit Center Lory Student Center CSU Mountain Campus CSU Sports and Athletic Facilities Student Recreation Center Study Spaces University Center for the Arts University Libraries Veterinary Teaching Hospital

All-University Core Curriculum (AUCC)

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...B. Arts and Humanities (6 credits) The Arts...intermediate foreign language (L*** 200, L*** 201) may...

University Honors Program

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...Honors Seminar--Knowing in Arts and Humanities (GT...Eighteen honors credits (sophomore [200-level], upper-division...

Major in Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts

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The Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts major is a degree program combining the humanities, the arts, languages and literature, and social sciences so as to foster interdisciplinary knowledge, core career competencies, personal development, professional excellence, interpersonal confidence and expertise, and a deeper understanding of the complex world in which we live. Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts majors can select between the Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts major and a five-year joint program with dual degrees in Liberal Arts (B.A.) and Engineering Science (B.S.).

Major in Engineering Science, Space Engineering Concentration

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...Engineering Problem Solving MECH 200 Introduction to Manufacturing...Advanced Writing 2 3 Arts and Humanities 3B...

Major in Economics

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...strong liberal arts curriculum including arts and humanities...Social Welfare Policy WS 200 Introduction to Women...

Major in Art (B.F.A.), Printmaking Concentration

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A minimum grade of C (2.000) must be achieved in each upper-division art course in the student's concentration. The minimum scholastic average acceptable for graduation is 2.000 computed only for courses attempted at CSU.

Major in Art (B.F.A.), Electronic Art Concentration

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A minimum grade of C (2.000) must be achieved in each upper-division art course in the student's concentration. The minimum scholastic average acceptable for graduation is 2.000 computed only for courses attempted at CSU.

Major in Art (B.F.A.), Drawing Concentration

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A minimum grade of C (2.000) must be achieved in each upper-division art course in the student's concentration. The minimum scholastic average acceptable for graduation is 2.000 computed only for courses attempted at CSU.

Major in Art (B.F.A.), Painting Concentration

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A minimum grade of C (2.000) must be achieved in each upper-division art course in the student's concentration. The minimum scholastic average acceptable for graduation is 2.000 computed only for courses attempted at CSU.

Major in Art (B.F.A.), Photo Image Making Concentration

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A minimum grade of C (2.000) must be achieved in each upper-division art course in the student's concentration. The minimum scholastic average acceptable for graduation is 2.000 computed only for courses attempted at CSU.

Major in Art (B.F.A.), Fibers Concentration

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A minimum grade of C (2.000) must be achieved in each upper-division art course in the student's concentration. The minimum scholastic average acceptable for graduation is 2.000 computed only for courses attempted at CSU.

Major in Art (B.F.A.), Sculpture Concentration

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A minimum grade of C (2.000) must be achieved in each upper-division art course in the student's concentration. The minimum scholastic average acceptable for graduation is 2.000 computed only for courses attempted at CSU.

Major in Art (B.F.A.), Metalsmithing Concentration

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A minimum grade of C (2.000) must be achieved in each upper-division art course in the student's concentration. The minimum scholastic average acceptable for graduation is 2.000 computed only for courses attempted at CSU.

Major in Art (B.F.A.), Graphic Design Concentration

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A minimum grade of C (2.000) must be achieved in each upper-division art course in the student's concentration. The minimum scholastic average acceptable for graduation is 2.000 computed only for courses attempted at CSU.

Major in Art (B.F.A.), Pottery Concentration

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A minimum grade of C (2.000) must be achieved in each upper-division art course in the student's concentration. The minimum scholastic average acceptable for graduation is 2.000 computed only for courses attempted at CSU.

Major in Anthropology

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...200 fulfills AUCC category 3E. Taking ANTH 200...majors follow a liberal arts curriculum that provides...

Major in Mechanical Engineering

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...GT-SC1) 3A 5 Arts and Humanities 3B...Differential Equations 4 MECH 200 Introduction to Manufacturing...

Major in Business Administration

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...in Business 3 CIS 200 Business Information Systems...AUCC) NON-SPECIFIED COURSES Arts and Humanities 3B...

Major in Animal Science

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...I (GT-MA1) 1B Arts and Humanities 3B...Pasture Management 3 SPCM 200 Public Speaking 3...

Major in Art (BA), Integrated Visual Studies Concentration

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The Major in Art, Integrated Visual Studies Concentration is ideal for students to develop skills as makers and thinkers by taking an equal ratio of studio and academic classes that foster critical awareness of how society is reflected and produced through visual means in the twenty-first century. 

ART 200  Media Arts in Context  Credits: 3 (3-0-0)

Course Description: History and contemporary practice of media-based arts. Addresses printmaking, graphic design, photography, film, video, computer-generated imagery, digital fabrication, and other cognate disciplines.
Prerequisite: None.
Registration Information: Offered as an online course only.
Grade Mode: Traditional.
Special Course Fee: No.
Additional Information: Arts & Humanities 3B.

LB 200  Liberal Arts Research Methods  Credit: 1 (1-0-0)

Course Description: Research methods for the liberal arts, evaluation of sources, various style manuals (MLA/APA), essay format, note cards, and selected reference works.
Prerequisite: None.
Registration Information: Sections may be offered: Online.
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring.
Grade Mode: Traditional.
Special Course Fee: No.

LEAP 200  Advocacy in the Visual and Performing Arts  Credits: 3 (0-0-3)

Course Description: The importance of the role of advocacy for the arts, issues of censorship, public funding, arts education, and artists' advocacy through the arts.
Prerequisite: None.
Registration Information: Music, Theatre, Dance or Art majors only.
Term Offered: Fall.
Grade Mode: Traditional.
Special Course Fee: No.