Apr 22, 2021  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]


Milling Science and Management (B.S.)-Operations Option



Bachelor’s degree requirements

Students in milling science and management study all aspects of the grain processing industry, from grain origination to specialty milling with an emphasis on the science and technology of flour milling. There are two options: chemistry and operations. Graduates may choose positions in production areas such as plant managers, plant engineers, and plant superintendents. Others enter fields like research and development, quality control, and technical sales.

Quantitative Studies (6 credit hours)


Communications (11 credit hours)


List of Communication Electives:


  • AGCOM 400, 610
  • COMM 311, 322, 326, 465, 480, 535
  • ENGL 302, 417, 510, 516
  • Modern languages

Business and Economics (15 credit hours)


List of Management Electives:


  • ACCTG 231 or above
  • AGEC 115 or above
  • ECON 110 or above
  • ENTRP 340
  • FINAN 450 or above
  • MANGT 300 or above
  • MKTG 400 or above

List of Specialization Electives:


  • ACCTG 231 or above
  • AGEC 115 or above
  • AGRON 340
  • FDSCI 305 or above
  • FINAN 450 or above
  • GRSC 201 or above, courses that are not listed in core requirements
  • LEAD 212 or above
  • MANGT 300 or above
  • MKTG 400 or above
  • PHYS 114

Unrestricted Electives (6 credit hours)


Social Sciences and Humanities (3 credit hours)


Must be taken from more than one department.

  • AMETH 160 to 501
  • ANTH any course
  • ARCH 301
  • ART any course
  • COMM 320 to 535
  • DANCE any course
  • DEN 325, DEN 450
  • ECON 120 to 799
  • 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
  • ENVD 2590, 251, 655, 670, 671
  • FSHS any course
  • GENAG 210
  • GEOG 100, 200, 201, 300 to 799
  • GWSS any course
  • HIST any course
  • Modern Language any course
  • MUSIC any course
  • PHILO any course
  • POLSC any course
  • PSYCH any course
  • SOCIO any course
  • SOCWK any course
  • THTRE any course

Note


  • 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: (120)