The Schools of CCSU each offer a distinctive mission, range of programs, and educational outcomes. Excellence in teaching, combining both challenge and support, is central to each and all.
Carol A. Ammon College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
The Ammon College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences offers programs leading to the bachelor of arts degree, bachelor of science degree, and bachelor of fine arts degree. These programs are designed to provide a broad liberal education; the subject matter background for specific careers, including teaching; and the preparation for graduate work in a number of academic fields and professions, including law and medicine.
School of Business
The School of Business prepares the next generation of leaders by empowering our students for successful professional futures; developing close relationships with regional businesses; responding to employers' workforce needs; and promoting faculty excellence in teaching, research, and community engagement.
School of Education & Professional Studies
The School of Education & Professional Studies prepares students to provide leadership and service in our communities. We prepare teachers, administrators, reading specialists and special educators for our schools, as well as nurses, social workers, exercise and fitness instructors, and counselors for a host of community and private agencies in need of skilled professionals.
School of Engineering, Science & Technology
The School of Engineering, Science & Technology provides educational opportunities in an array of engineering, technological and scientific disciplines. Faculty teaching and research focuses on both theory and its practical application to solving problems. We prepare students to meet dynamic engineering, technological and scientific challenges as leaders and members of engineering, technical, management, research, biomedical, and educational teams.
School of Graduate Studies
The School of Graduate Studies is a community of scholars devoted to increasing human awareness and understanding through scholarly inquiry, research, and study in specialized disciplines. The aim of graduate education is to provide students with the knowledge and skills to make contributions to their discipline and to the rapidly changing world. Graduate programs lead to the degrees of Master of Science; Master of Arts; Master of Arts in Teaching; MBA; Sixth-Year Certificates in Mathematics, in Reading, and in Educational Leadership; and an EdD in Educational Leadership, with two tracks, one leading to elementary or secondary education administration, the other to higher education administration.