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    Kansas State University
  Nov 18, 2017
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Entomology Minor

The Department of Entomology offers an undergraduate minor in entomology. This minor enables students to diversify their educational experience and provides a group of core courses that complement other academic programs, especially those in related agricultural disciplines such as horticulture, animal science, grain science, and agronomy, or in biology. To pursue a minor in entomology students must: (1) file a declaration of intent to pursue the minor and (2) consult an entomology advisor prior to taking the last three courses used to satisfy the minor requirements. Advisors not only ensure that requirements of the minor are met but also tailor course work to the interests, educational aims, and employment goals of the individual student.

General requirements (15 credit hours)

The following 6 credit hours are required, as outlined below.

Block A and Block B

At least 9 credit hours from Block A and/or Block B are also required. Courses offered outside the Entomology department (Block B) can count toward the minor if they are requirements/electives of specific curricula or if prior approval is obtained from the Minor advisor.

Block A

Block B

The following, or other Minor advisor-approved courses, may count towards the minor: