Adams State College is a small school in Alamosa, Colorado, USA, which first accepted students in 1923. Since then, it has grown from a teacher’s college to a respected liberal arts college. Furthermore, it was recently designated the Regional Education Provider for southern Colorado. The institution grants bachelor’s degrees in 16 majors within a friendly environment and classes that average 20 students. Some master’s degrees are available, too – in Art, Business, Counselor Education, Graduate Teacher Education, History, Government, and Philosophy, and Human Performance and Physical Education. The college describe themselves as a perfect match for anyone, who likes snowboarding, rock climbing, and mountain biking.
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208 Edgemont Blvd., Alamosa, CO, The United States, 81102
Bachelor Degrees •Art •Biology •Business •Chemistry •Mass Communications •Computer Science •Earth Sciences •English •History/Government/Philosophy •Human Performance & P.E. •Interdisciplinary Studies •Mathematics •Music •Nursing •Physics •Psychology •Sociology •Spanish •Sport Psychology •Teacher Education •Theatre Master Degrees The Graduate School Learn about MA degrees in: •Art •Counselor Education •Graduate Teacher Education •History, Government & Philosophy •Human Performance and Physical Education •Business (MBA) Additional Degree Programs •Pre-Professional Programs •Associate of Art / Associate of Science •Distance Learning •Minor Degrees