Earning a graduate degree is much more than an extra piece of paper hanging on the wall. It's becoming part of a world that changes lives. It's working harder than you ever thought possible. Most of all, it's a commitment to never stop learning.
More than 4,500 students call Kansas State University their home for graduate-level learning, and for good reason. Of course, the university offers advanced education from expert faculty, but more than that, we offer a chance to make it personal.
For starters, graduate students have access to classes in four campus locations — Manhattan, Polytechnic (Salina), Olathe or online though our Global Campus. Our students also have the opportunity to earn one-of-a-kind degrees, including advanced degrees in personal financial planning. In fact, K-State is one of only a few universities to offer this program, and the only in the nation to offer the doctoral degree as a stand-alone, distance-based degree.
That's just the beginning. K-State offers more than 100 graduate degrees in these fields and more:
- Architecture, planning and design
- Arts and sciences
- Business administration
- Human ecology
- Veterinary medicine
A large part of the graduate experience is research, and K-State offers more than 90 facilities, centers and institutes to ensure you have the resources you need to pursue breakthroughs, regardless of discipline. From the 3,487-hectare Konza tallgrass prairie to the Johnson Cancer Research Center, our advanced facilities pave the way for successful results.