Choosing an academic program you truly enjoy is crucial to your future. K-State offers 250-plus majors and programs in arts, sciences, health, technology and more. Students get a variety of in-class work, hands-on projects, lectures and one-on-one sessions. Choose a major within one of our nine colleges:

College of Arts & Sciences — More than 20 departments encompassing studies in the arts, humanities, social sciences and natural sciences.

College of Engineering — Both undergraduate and graduate students develop expertise in building structures, cybersecurity and more in the college’s newly opened Engineering Hall, featuring state-of-the-art classrooms and equipment.

College of Architecture, Planning & Design — Students learn to design, plan and manage the environment through four multidisciplinary programs. A recent $75 million building renovation and expansion allows for even more collaboration and hands-on design experience.

College of Veterinary Medicine — One of the nation’s oldest veterinary programs that focuses on clinical sciences, diagnostic medicine/pathobiology, and anatomy/physiology.

College of Business — Students are challenged as they explore accounting, finance, marketing, management and more. The new business building offers plenty of room — more than 160,000 square feet — to study, collaborate and brainstorm new ventures.

College of Human Ecology — Offers programs that focus on human health, human behavior and human well-being, and that are centered on improving the quality of life for individuals, families and communities.

College of Education — Prepares elementary and secondary educators to be knowledgeable, ethical and caring in a diverse world.

College of Agriculture — Learn to feed the world, improve animal health or develop environmental solutions through 16 undergraduate majors, plus graduate programs.

College of Technology and Aviation — Located on the Polytechnic campus, students have hands-on access to careers in aviation, engineering, business and more.

Explore undergraduate programs.

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