More than 200 majors and over 350 student organizations can be found at Kansas State University, which prides itself on being a large university that's small in the ways that count.
Electrical Engineering, Bakery Science, Aviation Repair or Agronomy, Creative Writing Architecture, History, Journalism, Social Work, Pre-Law and Teacher Education are just some of the undergraduate major offerings.
In addition to its wide-ranging undergraduate majors, Kansas State University also has pre-study programs in such health fields as medicine and physical therapy as well as numerous graduate degree offerings.
K-State offers a variety of academics, but going one step further KSU also offers what they refer to as "Beyond the Basics" courses. These are classes in a variety of fun, highly specific, even esoteric subjects. Among "Beyond the Basics" courses at KSU are a class studying Harry Potter, a class in studying hurricanes, a cookie-making class, a course in ringtones and a tree-climbing class.
However, while KSU's options are abundant, the classes remains small and personalized, giving students maximum one-on-one attention.
For students who are unsure of which degree, course or program to enroll in, Kansas State's admissions advisors and counselors also provide one-on-one, personalized help through assessments and guidance.
In addition to classes, K-State also has an abundance of extracurricular opportunities for a rich college life. A remarkable number of student organizations, opportunities for student internships and study abroad options all exist at K-State.
Quick Facts about Kansas State University
Small Town Setting
Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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