The Utah State University General Catalog is the official source for academic programs and courses, as well as policies and requirements. The catalog is updated annually to provide students with the most up-to-date listing of available courses and program requirements. To view catalogs from previous years, please visit the catalog archive. Students are encouraged to utilize the catalog in planning their path to graduation.
USU offers 114 undergraduate degrees and more than 150 graduate programs, as well as undergraduate minors, associate degrees, and certificates. Regardless of the course of study you choose, you will be taught by exceptional faculty whose top priority is your success.
At Utah State University, academics come first. By cultivating diversity of thought and culture, and by serving the public through learning, discovery, and engagement, USU stands as one of the nation’s premier student-centered, land-grant and space-grant universities.