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Kansas State University is a public institution that was founded in 1863. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 19,472, its setting is city, and the campus size is 664 acres. It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar. Kansas State University's ranking in the 2018 edition of Best Colleges is National Universities, 145. Kansas State University is located in the city of Manhattan, in the northeast region of the state. Students at K-State, as it is known, can choose from more than 250 undergraduate majors and more than 60 master’s degree programs, including those in the fields of business, engineering and education. K-State is home to the Biosecurity Research Institute, where students can train to research infectious diseases, and the Landon Lecture Series, which has hosted many prestigious speakers, including five former U.S. presidents.

MANHATTAN CAMPUS

College  of  Agriculture

College  of   human   ecology

College  of  architecture,  planning  and  design

 

College  of  business administration

College  of  arts  and   sciences

College  of   engineering

secondary   majors  and   minors

College of education

POLYTECHNIC CAMPUS

Technology  and  aviation

 

College  of  arts  and   sciences

Majors:

American Ethnic Studies

Anthropology

Art

Biochemistry

Biology

Chemistry

Clinical Laboratory Science

 

College  of  Agriculture

Majors:

Agribusiness

Agricultural Communications  

Agricultural Journalism

Agricultural Economics 

Agricultural Education

Agricultural Technology Management

Agronomy

Animal Sciences and Industry

Bakery Science and Management

Feed Science and Management

Food Science and Industry

Horticulture

Milling Science and Management

Park Management and Conservation

Pre-veterinary Medicine (Non-Degree)

Wildlife and Outdoor Enterprise Management

 

College  of  architecture,  planning  and  design

are 5-year master’s degrees. You can enter the programs after high school, and earn a master’s degree in 5 years.

Majors:

Architecture

Interior Architecture and Product Design 

Landscape Architecture

Regional and Community Planning

College  of   human   ecology

Majors: 

General Human Ecology

Apparel and Textiles

Athletic Training*

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Dietetics [Coordinated  &  Didactic]

Early Childhood Education

Family and Consumer Sciences Education

Family Studies and Human Services

Hospitality Management

Human Nutrition

Interior Design*

Kinesiology Personal

Financial Planning

 

Communication Studies

Economics

English

Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology

Geography

Geology

History

Humanities

Journalism and Mass Communications

Life Science

Mathematics (Actuarial, Applied)

Microbiology

Modern Languages

Music

Music Education

Open Option (Undeclared)

Philosophy

Physical Science

Physics

Political Science

Pre-Health Professions (Non-Degree)

Pre-Law (Non-Degree)

Psychology

Social Science

Social Work

Sociology  (Criminology)

Statistics

Theatre

Women’s Studies

 

College of education

Majors: Elementary Education

English

English as a second language

Mathematics

Modern Languages

Science

Social Science

Special Education

Secondary Education

Art

Biological Sciences

Business

Chemistry

Earth Science

English

Journalism

Mathematics

Modern Languages

Physics

Physical Education/Health

Social Studies

Speech/Theatre

 

College of business administration

Majors:

Accounting

Entrepreneurship

Finance

Management (Human Resources, Operations and Supply Chain)

Management Information Systems

Marketing

Certificates:

International  Business

Investment  Management

Professional Strategic Selling

 

College  of   ENGINEERING

Majors: 

Architectural Engineering

Biological Systems

Biological and Agricultural

Biomedical Engineering

Computer Engineering Construction Science Electrical EngineeringChemical Engineering

Civil  Engineering

Computer Science

Computer Engineering

Construction Science

Electrical Engineering

Industrial Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

 

Secondary Majors and Minors

Secondary Majors (done with primary major)

Biological Engineering

Gerontology

Global Food Systems Leadership

International Studies

Latin American Studies

Natural Resources and Environmental Studies

Minors

Aerospace Studies

African Studies

Agribusiness

Agricultural Economics

Agricultural Tech Management

Agronomy

Animal Sciences and Industry

Anthropology

American Ethnic Studies

Art

Bakery Science

Biology

Business

Cereal Chemistry

Chemistry

Chinese

Classical Studies

Communication Studies

Community Planning

 

East Asian Studies

Economics

English

Entomology

Computing and Information Studies 

Conflict Analysis and Trauma

Dance

Entrepreneurship

Environmental Geophysics

Feed Science

Food Science and Industry

French

Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies

Geography

Geology

German

Grain Handling Operations

History

Horticulture

Hospitality Management

Human Development & Family Science

International Agriculture

Japanese

Jazz Studies

Kinesiology

Leadership Studies

Manufacturing Systems

Mass Communication

Mathematics

Music

Nuclear Engineering

Pet Food Science

Philosophy

Physics

Pathology

Political Science

Queer Studies

Russian

South Asian Studies

Statistics

Spanish Translation

Theatre

 

K-STATE POLYTECHNIC CAMPUS

Majors

Airport Management

Aviation Maintenance Management

Computer Systems Technology

Digital Media Technology

Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology

Helicopter Pilot

Mechanical Engineering Technology

Professional Pilot

Technology Management

Unmanned Aircraft Systems - Design and Integration

Unmanned Aircraft Systems - Flight and Operations

Certificates and Minors

Applied Manufacturing

Aviation Electronics Technology

Aviation safety

Avionics

Composite Repair

Unmanned Aircraft systems

 

 

 

 

 

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