Aug 20, 2017
Two options are offered in the Feed Science and Management degree program: Feed Production and Biofuels Production.
The Biofuels Production option focuses on preparation for supervisory and management positions in the biofuels industry including grain processing, fuel production, and the utilization of the co-products produced in biofuels production.
Bachelor’s degree requirements
Free Electives (6 credit hours)
Social Sciences/Humanities (6 credit hours)
Must be taken from more than one department.
- American Ethnic Studies - AMETH 160 to 501
- Anthropology - Any course
- Architecture - ARCH 301 - Appreciation of Architecture
- Art - Any course
- Communications - COMM 320 to 535
- Dance - Any course
- Dean of Engineering - DEN 325, 450
- Economics - ECON 120 to 799
- English - ENGL 150, 210 to 299, 310, 320 to 399, 420 to 499, 536 to 599, 605 to 660, 670 to 695, 700 to 760, 790 to 799
- Environmental Design Studies - ENVD 250, 251, 655, 670, 671
- FSHS - Any course
- Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies - Any course
- Geography - GEOG 100, 200, 201, 300 to 799
- History - Any course
- Modern Language - Any course 1 credit courses not accepted
- Music - Any course
- Philosophy - Any course
- Political Science -Any course
- Psychology - Any course
- Social Work - Any course
- Sociology - Any course
- Theatre - Any course
Biofuels Production Option Required Courses (19 credit hours)
Specialization Electives (5 credit hours)
- Up to half of the credits required for a four-year degree may be completed at an accredited two-year institution.
- Each student must complete at least 30 K-State resident credits to be considered for a degree from K-State. A student must complete 20 of the last 30 hours of resident credits through K-State. In other words, no more than 10 hours of transfer credit hours may be applied toward the last 30 hours you take for your degree.
- A minimum of 45 hours must be taken at the course level of 300 or above.
- Each student must satisfy K-State 8 general education requirements. K-State 8 can be met by both K-State and transfer courses.
Total credit hours required for graduation: (127)