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Manhattan: The main campus offers the majority of
K-State's 200+ majors and options. Bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees are available.

Salina: This campus, home to the College of Technology and Aviation, offers two- and four-year degrees in engineering technology and aviation, including professional pilot.

Olathe: K-State Olathe offers graduate level academic programs, coursework and services exclusively.

Online/distance: Unable to relocate to the Manhattan or Salina campuses? Online bachelor's degree completion programs and graduate level degrees offer convenient and quality education in a wide variety of subjects.

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Note that there are pre-veterinary medicine programs in both the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Agriculture.
Note that there are pre-medicine programs in both the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Human Ecology.
This program is a partnership with the Salina Area Technical School, as the core courses of the degree are not available within K-State.
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