UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
The College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) enrolls approximately 1,500 undergraduates across 14 different majors. Two laboratory farms, a greenhouse complex, food processing plants, specialized laboratory facilities, intercollegiate competitive teams and student organizations, and a very successful industry internship program contribute to the college's active learning environment which emphasizes hands-on experiences in real world settings.
The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) offers superb academic programs, an English Language Transition Program, and award-winning faculty and staff. CAS also provides teacher certification across a number of disciplines and supports pre-professional programs in areas such as pre-law and pre-engineering. The college's goal is to educate the complete person on citizenship and leadership, a productive life and the love of learning through opportunities for research, performance, creativity, and global experiences.
The College of Business and Economics (CBE) is accredited by AACSB, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, and consists of undergraduate programs in business, accounting, economics, computer science, finance, management, and marketing, as well as two Master of Business Administration programs (full-time and evening) and an Adult Degree Completion program. CBE enables students to combine a high-quality professional program with a solid liberal arts foundation and real-world experience.
The College of Education and Professional Studies (CEPS) is home to approximately 1,400 students preparing for professional careers in communicative disorders, counseling, exercise and sport science, school psychology, social work, and teaching. Teacher Education, a large component of the College of Education and Professional Studies, has been a major commitment of UW-River Falls since its founding in 1874. The college's teacher education programs have received national recognition for excellence and are fully approved by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.