CSU Chico, or Chico State, opened its doors in 1889 as Chico Normal School. No longer a teacher-training school only, the university offers about 100 undergraduate majors at its seven colleges, as well as 30 graduate degrees. Enrollment is about 16,500, including some 1,500 graduate students, which are instructed by more than 850 faculty members. It has a student-to-teacher ratio of 25:1. Areas of study include business administration, liberal arts, teaching, psychology, engineering, and leisure studies. The school has a large College of Agriculture, which offers degrees in agribusiness, animal science, and plant science, as well as focusing on applied agricultural research. It is part of the California State University System.