Online Agriculture Courses
Undergraduate and graduate agriculture courses can be taken through K-State Global Campus as a non-degree seeking student. The courses may later be applied to a program if the student chooses to apply and is accepted into the program.
Many of the agriculture and food science courses offered online from K-State are unique and may be of interest to individuals even though they may not be pursuing a degree. A sampling of these courses includes:
Enrollment for Spring 2020 courses begins Oct. 28, 2019.
To find a complete listing of upcoming online agriculture courses, go to the K-State Global Campus Class Search page and under the Advanced Search, select the semester and year under Term, select College of Agriculture under College, check the Completely Accessible from the Home box, and choose any other criteria that you wish and then click Search. Click on the course of your choice to view the course information and to enroll online.
Graduate courses are at the 600 level or above. Undergraduate courses are at the 500 level or below. 600 and 700 level courses may be taken for either graduate or undergraduate credit. The cost of the courses is listed with each individual description.