|Study Guide to Masters and Bachelors Degree Courses
|Utah State University
|Old Main Hill, Logan, Utah 84322, United States of America
|(+1 435) 797-1096
|(+1 435) 797-4077
|Admission E-mail address
|Contact for application
|Total No. of students
|Accounting Aeronautical/Aerospace Engineering Technology Agribusiness/Agricultural Business Operations Agricultural/Biological Engineering & Bioengineer Agricultural Economics Agricultural Mechanization, Other Agricultural Teacher Education Agriculture/Agricultural Sciences, General Agriculture/Agricultural Sciences, Other Agronomy and Crop Science Airframe Mechanics and Aircraft Maintenance Tech. American/United States Studies/Civilization Animal Sciences, General Anthropology Apparel and Textiles, General Applied Mathematics Art, General Biochemistry Biology/Biological Sciences, General Business Admin. & Management, General Business Administration/Management Chemistry, General City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning Civil Engineering, General Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology Communication Disorders, General Communications Studies/Speech Comm. & Rhetoric Computer and Information Sciences, General Computer Engineering Tech./Technician Curriculum and Instruction Dairy Science Dance, General Drafting and Design Technology, General Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General Early Childhood Education and Teaching Ecology Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics, Other Economics, General Educational/Instructional Media Design Electrical, Electronics and Communications Eng. Elementary Education and Teaching English Language and Literature, General Family & Consumer Sciences/Home Economics Teacher Family & Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences, General Family & Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences, Other Fashion Merchandising Finance, General Foods, Nutrition, and Related Services, Other Forest Management/Forest Resources Management Forestry, General Forestry, Other French Language and Literature Geography Geology/Earth Science, General German Language and Literature Health Teacher Education History, General Housing and Human Environments, General Human Development and Family Studies, General Humanities/Humanistic Studies Human Resources Management/Personnel Admin. Industrial Technology/Technician Interior Architecture International Agriculture Journalism Landscape Architecture Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies Manufacturing Technology/Technician Marketing/Marketing Management, General Mathematics, General Mathematics Teacher Education Mechanical Engineering Music, General Music Therapy/Therapist Natural Resources and Conservation, Other Operations Management and Supervision Ornamental Horticulture Parks, Recreation, Leisure, & Fitness Studies Parks, Recreation and Leisure Studies Philosophy Physical Education Teaching and Coaching Physics, General Plant Sciences, General Pre-Law Studies Pre-Veterinary Studies Psychology, General Public Health, General (MPH, DPH) Range Science and Management Sales and Marketing Operations Teacher Education Secondary Education and Teaching Sociology Soil Sciences Spanish Language and Literature Speech and Rhetorical Studies Statistics, General Teacher Education and Professional Development Technical Teacher Education Technology/Industrial Arts Teacher Education Toxicology Wildlife and Wildlands Science
|Undergraduate and Graduate TOEFL
|500 undergraduate/ 550 graduate
Just over a century ago Cache Valley settlers had a dream—a lofty dream of bringing education to the rural masses, an almost unheard of idea at the time. With high hopes and scarce resources patched together from pioneer thrift, the Agricultural College of Utah opened its doors in 1888 to a handful of students.
The “AC” was created through the Morrill Act of 1862, which sought to provide a democratic education nationwide, to be Utah’s land-grant institution, a charter that has led to groundbreaking research and global dissemination of those findings.
Today, Utah State University welcomes nearly 22,000 students each year to its main campus in Logan and to time-enhanced learning centers throughout the state. Since 1989, nearly 4,500 students have received degrees through the University’s distance education component. Whereas students could choose from five majors or career options in 1888, today’s students select from 230 options offered in 45 departments housed in seven colleges: Agriculture, Business, Education, Engineering, Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, Natural Resources, and Science.
About 80 percent of our students are living away from home on this residential campus and in nearby private housing. They are treated to abundant sport and recreation opportunities on campus and near campus.
Utah State is more than an institution, more than a collection of buildings and projects and class schedules. Our university is a community of creative minds engaged in the highest human endeavors, transforming the world with our vision. After more than 100 years, we are still creating the future.
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