- +Biomedical Engineering
- +Electronic Engineering
- +Industrial Electronics
- +Industrial Processes
- +Mechanical Engineering
- +Physical Security
Did You Know?
CSU startup companies have raised approximately $800 million in funding and created ~1300 peak new jobs.
Research at Colorado State University continues to grow, covering global concerns such as:
CSU encourages collaborations with industrial, foundational and educational partners. The University offers world-class investigators and fully- equipped laboratories. CSU aims to provide real-world experience for students of all levels, developing a more valuable workforce by graduating experienced students ready to contribute immediately, and creating jobs by licensing and commercializing technologies.
CSU offers state-of-the-art incubator facilities, including wet lab space, to companies looking to establish a presence in Northern Colorado. For example, the Research Innovation Center (RIC) serves as a vehicle to perform collaborative research with CSU's community of life sciences researchers, preparing a solid foundation for medical breakthroughs.