Online Bachelor's Degrees

Did you know? According to the U.S. Census Bureau, only 33% of adults have a bachelor's degree. Yet, as the Bureau of Labor Statistics has found, those who have at least a bachelor's on average earn more money and have lower unemployment rates. Earning your bachelor's degree opens doors of opportunity that can lead to better jobs and higher wages.

Colorado State University's online bachelor's degree programs allow you to work toward your goals and earn a CSU degree from wherever you are and wherever you go. Study with the same faculty and earn the same degree as students who attend classes on the Fort Collins, Colorado campus.

Earn Your Bachelor's Degree Online with CSU

Agricultural Business B.S.

Learn to manage the production and marketing of agricultural products with one of the only online degree programs dedicated to agricultural business.

Anthropology B.A.

Gain an understanding of cultural differences, learn to work with underserved populations, and develop tools to think critically about the world around you.

Computer Science B.S.

Start building the knowledge and skills you need to pursue a career in fields like computer programming, software development, cyber security, and more.

Economics B.A.

Discover how to interpret data, policy, and research with a degree that takes you beyond math and finance to discover how economics affects the world around us.

Environmental and Natural Resource Economics B.S.

Gain the analytical skills to assess and manage natural resources and develop policies to preserve them. Build the knowledge to balance economic objectives with sustainable, environmentally sound business strategies.

Fire and Emergency Services Administration B.S.

Train in key administrative areas such as personnel administration, financial management, emergency management, and program evaluation to advance in your career.

Horticulture B.S.

Gain in-depth scientific knowledge about plants, and learn practical business skills to help you succeed in the horticultural industry.

Human Development and Family Studies B.S.

Discover how individuals develop, and how family, community, and society impact human development, with a degree that combines coursework and field experience.

Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts B.A.

Learn effective writing and verbal communication, problem solving, and analytical thinking skills that employers from a variety of industries value.

Journalism and Media Communication B.A.

Build practical communication and digital media production skills that can lead to a wide variety of career options.

Natural Resource Tourism B.S.

Develop the knowledge and skills to pursue a career in natural resource tourism by studying topics like marketing, strategic planning, sustainable resource practices, and natural resource policy.

Psychology B.S.

Benefit from an innovative and well-rounded curriculum that carries a strong science and liberal arts influence to prepare you for a broad range of occupations.

Sturm Collaboration Campus Hybrid Programs

Business Administration – Accounting B.S.

Develop your business, accounting, and communication skills to support budgeting, financial record keeping, and strategic decision-making in this face-to-face and online program.