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College of Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Sciences

student and professor in planted fieldLocation: Building 11, Room 211
Phone: 805-756-2161

The College of Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) offers degrees in sustainable agriculture, food systems, and the environmental and life sciences.

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Agricultural and Environmental Plant Sciences • Agricultural Business • Agricultural Communication • Agricultural Science • Agricultural Systems Management • Animal Science • BioResource and Agricultural Engineering • Dairy Science • Environmental Earth and Soil Sciences • Environmental Management and Protection • Food Science • Forestry and Natural Resources • Nutrition • Recreation, Parks and Tourism Administration • Wine and Viticulture

College of Architecture and Environmental Design 

architecture students will model buildingLocation: Building 5, Room 212
Phone: 805-756-1311

The College of Architecture and Environmental Design (CAED) encompasses all the professions that come together in designing and implementing the built environment — architecture, engineering, planning, construction, and landscape architecture.

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Architectural Engineering • Architecture • City and Regional Planning • Construction Management • Landscape Architecture

Orfalea College of Business 

business studetn around laptop laughingLocation: Building 3, Room 455
Phone: 805-756-2705

The Orfalea College of Business (OCOB) prepares career-ready business leaders through hands-on discovery and dedicated mentorship. 

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Business Administration • Economics • Industrial Technology and Packaging

College of Engineering

engineering students and professor looking at projectLocation: Building 192, Room 301
Phone: 805-756-2131

The College of Engineering (CENG) prepares California's next generation of leaders in engineering and technology. From the first day on campus, students are immersed in a project- and design-centered curriculum that stresses teamwork and collaboration across disciplines.

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Aerospace Engineering • Biomedical Engineering • Civil Engineering • Computer Engineering • Computer Science • Electrical Engineering • Environmental Engineering • General Engineering • Industrial Engineering • Manufacturing Engineering • Materials Engineering • Mechanical Engineering • Software Engineering

College of Liberal Arts

students and professor looking at a mapLocation: Building 47, Room 31
Phone: 805-756-2359

With a focus on creative thinking, understanding of self and others, global awareness and innovative action, the College of Liberal Arts (CLA) prepares students to thrive academically and professionally. By combining the classroom with hands-on learning opportunities, our students develop a capacity for critical thought and the ability to translate theory into real life.

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Anthropology and Geography • Art and Design • Child Development • Communication Studies • Comparative Ethnic Studies • English • Graphic Communication • History • Interdisciplinary Studies • Journalism • Liberal Arts & Engineering Studies • Music • Philosophy • Political Science • Psychology • Sociology • Spanish • Theatre Arts


Bailey College of Science and Mathematics 

two divers chest deep in water smilingLocation: Building 25, Room 229C
Phone: 805-756-2226

The Bailey College of Science and Mathematics' (BCSM) focus on hands-on learning allows students to discover answers to questions no one has asked before. Research is central to students' education and gives them extensive opportunities to work closely with both faculty and industry on innovative, real-world projects. 

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Biochemistry • Biological Sciences • Chemistry • Kinesiology • Liberal Studies • Marine Sciences • Mathematics • Microbiology • Physics • Public Health • Statistics

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