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Bachelor's Degree in Feed Science and Management

Prepare for a career in feed science manufacturing and animal nutrition.

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Bachelor's Degree in Feed Science and Management

B.S. in feed science and management; minor

A degree in feed science and management covers areas such as grain handling, regulatory compliance, feed formulation, quality & safety, and pet food processing. This program prepares students for careers in the growing animal food production area.

 

The K-State difference

Graduates are sought after by companies in commercial feed and integrated livestock companies, and starting salaries are among the highest in the in the industry. In addition, feed science graduates tend to move into positions of increasing responsibility and pay. It is not unusual to see graduates managing a plant or organization within a few years.

The feed science faculty members are a valuable resource. They draw from firsthand industry experiences and are experts in their respective fields. In addition to teaching, faculty members conduct cutting-edge research, speak regularly at professional meetings, and serve on government and industry advisory boards.

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K-State is the only institution in the world to offer a four-year degree in feed science and management.

 

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