The Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering is using its classrooms and laboratories to educate the next generation of innovators, entrepreneurs, and corporate and civic leaders.
Degrees Conferred 2017-18
At Colorado State, our undergraduate and graduate students work closely with faculty and each other, and are well prepared for careers and advanced study. Student design teams have made discoveries leading to patents, new products, and start-up companies.
Our alumni have gone on to distinguished careers as innovators in industry, outstanding educators, and highly ranked government leaders.
Our rapidly expanding research base is a true reflection of faculty expertise, and our undergraduate and graduate students benefit from the classroom and laboratory experiences that this research provides. CSU’s Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering is a leader among research universities, designated as a Carnegie Doctoral Research Extensive University, along with only 150 other institutions.
Centers and Labs
Located on- and off-campus, the College’s centers and labs make cutting-edge research possible, and facilitate practical, hands-on learning experiences for students.
MEET THE DEAN
FROM DAVID MCLEAN, DEAN OF ENGINEERING
Colorado State University provided me an educational and experiential foundation that guided me throughout my career. I am excited to have the opportunity to once again serve and give back to the institution.
I am very proud of the engineering programs at Colorado State. We deliver solid, rigorous, and well-rounded academic programs that balance theory and application. We educate bright students and our graduates are well prepared for careers or for graduate school. We recruit excellent faculty who are committed to undergraduate education, to graduate education, and to research.
It is my privilege to work with this group of faculty, staff and students as we continue this important work.
David I. McLean
Professor and Dean
MISSION, VISION & VALUES
The goal of the College is to serve society by educating students, solving problems of global importance, and contributing to national and international economic development. We have set our goals high and our vision is clear: to create a better world for future generations.
Educate, innovate, cultivate and engage in order to generate new knowledge, improve quality of life, and positively impact society.
We will significantly benefit our region, nation and the world by engaging the global water, health, energy and environmental challenges of the day through leadership in the practices of engineering research, education, innovation and engagement.
- Collaboration and Respect
- Creativity and Innovation
- Transparency and Accountability
CSU Land Acknowledgment
Colorado State University’s land acknowledgment is a statement crafted by a variety of Indigenous faculty and staff, as well as other officials at CSU.
The statement recognizes the long history of Native peoples and nations that lived and stewarded the land where the university now resides. The land acknowledgment statement also maintains the connection Native people and nations still have to this land.
FACTS & FIGURES
Students Fall 2018
Fall 2018 New Student Profile
Degrees Conferred 2017-18
COLLEGE NAMED IN HONOR OF ALUMNUS
With a $53.3 million gift, the largest in CSU history, the college was renamed the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering in recognition of business icon and CSU alumnus Walter Scott, Jr. The commitment provides wide-reaching support for undergraduate scholarships, graduate fellowships, and four Presidential Chairs.