University description (as per official university website)
Situated at the base of the Rocky Mountains, CSM offers a quality education, a modern, beautiful campus, and a location second to none. With programs in science, engineering, economics, and energy, and careers from computers to consulting, high tech to biotech, and business to engineering, CSM graduates are in demand and making their mark.
CSM is in the midst of a $182.5 million campus renewal program. Recent work includes renovation of the residence halls, and expansion of the Student Center, a new, high-tech classroom building, a new research facility, and plans for a new wellness center.
With all that Colorado has to offer, a small-school environment, and an education that prepares you for a career – as well as life in the real world – CSM is an opportunity worth considering. Maybe it's the opportunity for you.
In mathematics and the basic sciences, you must complete 12 credit hours in calculus, three credit hours in differential equations, eight credit hours in chemistry, and nine credit hours in physics.
In design, the core course sequence requires six credit hours. You meet this requirement through Design-EPICS (Engineering Practices Introductory Course Sequence).
In systems, all students must complete Earth and Environmental Systems, Engineering Systems, and Human Systems. These three courses are designed to develop an understanding of how people, technology, and the environment interact.
In humanities and the social sciences, you must complete 10 credit hours in Nature and Human Values, Principles of Economics, and Human Systems. Human Systems is included in both the systems and the humanities and social science segments of the core course sequence. Click here to learn about additional requirements in humanities and social sciences.
In physical education, you must complete two credit hours taken in four separate semesters. Varsity athletics counts for physical education credit.