Current Students - Undergraduate
The Carl R. Ice College of Engineering at Kansas State University is rich in tradition with a history more than 100 years old, and is a highly ranked college providing quality education within a research environment that develops tomorrow’s leaders. The college provides opportunities for students beyond classroom experience through creative inquiry, leadership training, student organizations, as well as development opportunities provided through the Ike and Letty Evans Academic Success Center which include academic advising, peer tutoring and other programs to promote student success.
The college offers 11 bachelor of science degree programs with several formal options. All degree programs are nationally accredited. K-State was the first accredited Bachelor of Science program in computer science in Kansas. Up-to-date research centers, labs and institutes offer excellent preparation for promising careers in engineering and construction and computer science.