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Undergraduate Minor Programs

Kansas State University offers online minor programs, taken either concurrently with a K-State bachelor's degree, or as a stand-alone program.

Stand-Alone Minors

K-State's stand-alone minors are available to students working toward a bachelor's degree at any accredited institution, or to those who have already completed a bachelor's degree. Stand-alone minor programs include:

Concurrent Minors

Concurrent minors are available to students currently enrolled in an on-campus or online bachelor's degree program at Kansas State University.

Students should contact their K-State advisor to add one of the following concurrent minors to their undergraduate degree program:

Animal Sciences and Industry   

  • A minimum of 15 hours of credit with the ASI designation is required.
  • Courses that comprise the minor will be determined by an advisor in the Department of Animal Sciences and Industry and the student. Requirements include:
    • A minimum of two courses at the 300 level or above (6-9 credits)
    • An additional two courses at the 500 level or above (6 credits)

Business

  • This minor is only available to non-business majors who will graduate from another college at K-State.

Conflict Analysis and Trauma Studies

  • This minor requires 18 credit hours of coursework.

  • The application must be approved by the CATS minor co-chairs in order for the student to be eligible to receive the requested minor.

Economics

Food Science and Industry

Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies

  • This minor consists of either Introduction to Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies or Fundamentals of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, and 12 hours of electives, one of which must be a GWSS course, and one of which must be numbered 500 or higher.
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