Animal Sciences and Industry Minor
An academic minor in animal sciences and industry can be earned by completing a minimum of 15 hours of credit with the ASI designation. A minimum of two courses must be at the 300 level or above. An additional two courses must be at the 500 level or above. The courses that comprise the minor will be determined by an advisor in the Department of Animal Sciences and Industry and the student.
The Business Minor is an excellent fit for many of the distance students degrees and plans.
Conflict Analysis and Trauma Studies Minor
The undergraduate minor in Conflict Analysis and Trauma Studies (CATS), provides the only academic program in the nation that combines the two complementary areas of Conflict Resolution and Trauma Studies. It is offered online and is open to K-State undergraduate students.
Food Science and Industry Minor
A minor in food science and industry can be earned by completing a minimum of 15 hours of credit. Required courses include:
Select 11 to 15 credit hours from the following:
- FDSCI 302 - Introduction to Food Science Credits: (3)
- FDSCI 305 - Fundamentals of Food Processing Credits: (3)
- FDSCI 501 - Food Chemistry Credits: (3)
- FDSCI 607 - Food Microbiology Credits: (4)
- FDSCI 690 - Principles of HACCP Credits: (2)
- FDSCI 695 - Quality Assurance of Food Products Credits: (3)
- FDSCI 727 - Chemical Methods of Food Analysis Credits: (2)
- FDSCI 728 - Physical Methods of Food Analysis Credits: (2)
- FDSCI 740 - Research and Development of Food Products Credits: (4)
Select 0 to 4 credit hours form the following:
- Processing Electives (300 level or higher)
- FDSCI prefix (300 level or higher)
Nuclear Engineering Post-Baccalaureate Minor
The Nuclear Engineering Minor is offered completely online and is open to engineers who are already working in the engineering industry and wish to expand their knowledge and training in the nuclear area as well as to current engineering students at any ABET-accredited institution.