NRES Secondary Major
The Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences (NRES) Secondary Major prepares students to apply broadly-based scientific knowledge to the use, management, sustainability, and quality of soil, air, water, mineral, biological, and energy resources. Students in the NRES secondary major study environmental issues from a variety of academic viewpoints through coursework and interaction with students and professors from multiple disciplines.
Biological Engineering Secondary Major
Kansas State university offers biological engineering secondary major. Twenty-four credit hours beyond the prerequisites are required with at least 10 of the 24 credit hours having biological content. Courses from a minimum of three departments are required.
Agricultural Technology Management Minor
Students enrolled in any undergraduate major may be admitted as a candidate for the ATM minor program upon filing a notice of intent with the department of biological and agricultural engineering office.