Bachelor Degree Completion Program

Students who apply to the Food Science Degree Completion program must have already earned a minimum of 30 semester credit hours with a 2.0 overall minimum GPA. A total of 126 hours is required for graduation. A minimum of 30 K-State semester hours are required and 20 of the last 30 hours must be from K-State. Only 63 hours can be accepted from two-year colleges.


General Education Requirements

Students must meet KSU General Education Requirements.

Food Science and Industry Professional Course Electives

Not all courses listed are available through distance education at this time. See the Professional Course Electives (PDF) for a listing of courses.

Course Offerings, Description, and Cost

For available courses, description, and cost, see the Course Offerings

Application Process

On-line application

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The K-State Way

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Food Science Bachelor's Degree Completion Program

Contact Us

Dr. Retzlaff, Deanna D.<br/>
Dr. Deanna D. Retzlaff
Bachelor Degree Completion Program coordinator
Food Science Institute
Division of Continuing Education
216B Call Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506
Phone : (785) 532-2202
retzlaff@ksu.edu

 

Kansas State University Global Campus

Degree Completion Program
Phone: 1-800-622-2KSU or
or 785-532-5575
Email: global@ksu.edu

 

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