John W. Garland College of Engineering, Science, Technology, and Agriculture
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The mission of the John W. Garland College of Engineering, Science, Technology, and Agriculture (JWGCESTA) 1890 Land-Grant programs is to enhance the socioeconomic status of the stakeholders we serve (underrepresented students, farmers, families, and communities) through the 1890 Land-Grant tripartite mission of integrated teaching, research, and Extension initiatives.Dr. Arunasalam RahunanthanInterim Dean, John W. Garland College of Engineering, Science, Technology, and Agriculture, Professor of Mathematics
Our academic departments
- Agricultural and Life Sciences
- Manufacturing Engineering
- Mathematics and Computer Science
- Military Science
- Water Resources Management
Agricultural and Life Sciences
Ample research opportunities inspire you to succeed in a wide range of fields, from health to forensic science and beyond.
The future is ours to change. This department’s interdisciplinary major blends math, art, and science, empowering you to solve tough challenges and reshape the future.
Mathematics and Computer Science
Internships and hands-on research help you blaze a trail for leadership in careers that span cybersecurity, math education, and more.
Earn a commission as a U.S. Army officer. Gain military training, build leadership skills, and power through exciting challenges.
Water Resources Management
A hub for environmental studies, this research-based interdisciplinary program advances conservation engineering around the world.
Research funding awarded annually
USDA award for sustainable agriculture systems
Agricultural Research Development Program
With its 1890 Land-Grant designation, the JWGCESTA/1890 Land-Grant Program Research Unit is advancing the frontiers of knowledge in transdisciplinary emerging technology fields of Agriculture, Engineering, Math, and Computer Sciences centered around the needs of our stakeholders.
The Agricultural Experimental Station in the John W. Garland College of Engineering, Science, Technology, and Agriculture/1890 Land-Grant Programs at CSU facilitates an Agricultural Research Development Program (ARDP) centered on Animal and Plant, Food Nutrition and Health, Natural Resources and Environmental, Social and Allied, Advanced Technologies, and Commercialization Systems.
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