January 30, 2020
K-State ranked most affordable bachelor's in human nutrition and dietetics
Kansas State University has been ranked first among the most affordable bachelor's in human nutrition and dietetics for 2020 by Great Value Colleges. The school's online program also was ranked sixth.
The rankings were published on the organization's website in October.
"K-State has a strong commitment to excellence, which is evident in rankings like these," said Richard Myers, university president. "We continue to be recognized for offering affordable, convenient and quality programs like our bachelor's in nutrition and dietetics. Our outstanding faculty and staff continue to gain national and international acclaim for their teaching, research, scholarly activities and service to students."
The Top 24 schools were selected and ranked based on tuition, student-to-faculty ratio, return on investment, student support network, concentrations/specializations, accreditation, campus diversity support network and "wow" factor. The online programs were ranked in order of net-price tuition.
The College of Health and Human Sciences offers several flexible options for affordable bachelor's degrees in both human nutrition and dietetics. Read more about the programs at hhs.k-state.edu/fndh/undergraduate.