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Kansas State University


College of Engineering

The College of Engineering at Kansas State University offers online degree programs, certificates, minors, and professional development for engineers across the nation and throughout the world. Graduate-level degree programs are designed for engineers with bachelor’s degrees who are seeking an online master’s degree in chemical, civil, electrical, mechanical, or software engineering, engineering management, or operations research.

Undergraduate-level online courses in word processing, database and spreadsheet applications, and computer applications in engineering and construction, as well as various other topics are also offered.

Undergraduate nuclear engineering courses are offered online as part of the Big 12 Engineering Consortium and are open to all engineering students.

An online minor in nuclear engineering is available beginning in Fall 2011 to engineers who are already working in the engineering industry and wish to expand their knowledge and training in the nuclear area. Current engineering students at any ABET-accredited institution are also eligible to apply for the minor.

The Division of Continuing Education also coordinates noncredit conferences and workshops for engineering professionals in Kansas and the surrounding region.

Noncredit online seminars offering professional development hours (PDHs) are available through the Engineering Professional Development Seminar Series.