Curriculum Guides

For a list of classes for each major, see the list of links below. *Note: As you search, watch for tips near the links to find the information you need.

How these guides can help you:

  • Determine if courses look interesting to you as you explore majors
  • See if courses you have previously taken would apply to a new major
  • Prepare to meet with an academic advisor by gaining an understanding of requirements and identifying any questions you may have

Before making academic decisions, it is important to talk with an academic advisor to ensure that you have a complete and up-to-date understanding of the major and its requirements.

Select a program and curriculum guide

Agriculture
Agribusiness

(After following link, see "Further Information" column on the right)

Agricultural Communications and Journalism

(After following link, see "Further Information" column on the right)

Agricultural Economics
Agricultural Education

(After following link, see "Further Information" column on the right)

Agricultural Technology Management

(After following link, see "Further Information" column on the right)

Agronomy
Animal Sciences and Industry
Bakery Science and Management

(After following link, see "Course Information" column on the right)

Feed Science and Management

(After following link, see "Course Information" column on the right)

Food Science and Industry

(After following link, see "Further Information" column on the right)

Horticulture
Milling Science and Management

(After following link, see "Further Information" column on the right)

Park Management and Conservation

(After following link, see "Further Information" column on the right)

Wildlife and Outdoor Enterprise Management

(After following link, see "Further Information" column on the right)

Architecture, Planning and Design
Architecture

(After following link, see "Curriculum Guide" at bottom of the page)

Interior Architecture and Product Design

(After following link, see "Download the M IAPD curriculum outline" at bottom of the page)

Landscape Architecture

(After following link, see "NB MLA Curriculum Guide" near bottom of page)

Regional and Community Planning

(After following link, see "NB MRCP Curriculum Guide" near bottom of page)

Arts and Sciences

The majors, minors and certificates for the College of Arts and Sciences can be found at the link below:

Business Administration

After following link, see "2011 Curriculum Guide" and use both "Front" and "Back" tabs.

Accounting
Business
Entrepreneurship
Finance
Management
  • Including general management, human resources management, and operations and supply chain management.
Management Information Systems
Marketing
Education
Engineering
Architectural Engineering

After following link, see "Curriculum Course List" under "ARE Undergraduate Curriculum" in right column.

Biological Systems Engineering

After following link, see "Curriculum Guide" in top right column for each.

Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering

After following link, find the flowchart link at the bottom of the page.

Computer Science
Construction Science and Management

After following link, see "Curriculum Course List" under "CNSM Undergraduate Curriculum" in right column.

Electrical Engineering

After following link, find the flowchart at the bottom of the page.

Industrial Engineering

After following link, find "IE Curriculum Guide" under "Program Overview."

Information Systems
Mechanical/Nuclear Engineering
Human Ecology
Apparel and Textiles
Athletic Training
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Dietetics
Early Childhood Education
Family Studies and Human Services
Hospitality Management
Human Ecology/FACS
Human Nutrition
Interior Design
Kinesiology
Technology and Aviation
Veterinary Medicine
School of Leadership Studies
K-State Global Campus

K-State Global Campus provides online courses and degree programs at K-State.

Minors, Secondary Majors, Certificates, and Non-Degree Programs

The K-State Catalog has a full list of minors, secondary majors, and certificates.

 

K-State also offers two Non-Degree Programs.

University Honors Program
Pre-Law