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Carl R. Ice College of Engineering

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Carl R. Ice College of Engineering
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1701D Platt St.
Manhattan, KS 66506
785-532-5455
engineering@k-state.edu

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Undergraduate Programs

With its eight departments, K-State engineering offers 12 different degree programs with several formal options. A major element of our learning experience is the interaction of our students with our distinguished faculty. Undergraduates have ample opportunity to work with faculty and graduate students in some of the best facilities in the country.

Majors

Architectural engineering

The architectural engineering curriculum prepares engineers for the building engineering field. Architectural engineers have an understanding of the complexity of building systems, how systems are designed and installed, and how all systems work together in a functional building.

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Architectural engineering

Biological systems engineering

Biological systems engineering integrates engineering fundamentals, mechanics and design principles with biology and chemistry to develop sustainable solutions for biological, agricultural, food and natural resource systems.

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Biological systems engineering

Biomedical engineering

Biomedical engineering applies engineering principles to design challenges faced by the medical and life science communities.

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Biomedical engineering

Chemical engineering

Chemical engineers master the fundamental science of chemistry and physics, along with the engineering skills needed to design and implement processes to produce energy, chemicals and advanced materials. 

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Chemical engineering

Civil engineering

The civil engineering program prepares graduates to design, construct and preserve civil infrastructure systems, which can include roads and bridges, buildings, water distribution systems, sanitation systems, energy systems, seaports and airports — all for a cleaner environment.

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Civil engineering

Computer engineering

Computer engineers design and develop the latest cutting-edge electronic- and software-based solutions to meet the demands of consumers, health care professionals, academia and defense industries.

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Computer engineering

Computer science

Computer science studies the design of computational devices and processes, the transfer and transformation of information, and techniques for making processes efficient and intelligence. 

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Computer science

Construction science and management

The construction science and management degree prepares graduates for the rapidly changing technological challenges in the construction industry.

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Construction science and management

Electrical engineering

Electrical engineering focuses on the foundations of circuit theory, electronics and electromagnetics. Electrical engineers design, develop, test and supervise complex electronic circuits. 

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Electrical engineering

Environmental engineering

Environmental engineering integrates engineering fundamentals, mechanics and design principles with biology and chemistry to develop sustainable solutions for biological, agricultural, food and natural resource systems. 

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Environmental engineering

Industrial engineering

Industrial and manufacturing systems engineers figure out how to better produce and deliver goods and services. They use computers, mathematics, statistics and problem-solving techniques to solve complex business challenges and design modern production systems. 

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Industrial engineering

Mechanical engineering

Mechanical engineering is a broad-based profession that works with devices, systems and processes through analysis and design. Mechanical engineers’ knowledge of design helps advance the world through innovative solutions to complex challenges.

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Mechanical engineering

Accreditation

Our Bachelor of Science engineering degree programs1 are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, https://www.abet.org. The Bachelor of Science in computer science degree program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, https://www.abet.org. The Bachelor of Science in construction science and management degree program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education. 1The new Bachelor of Science degree programs in biomedical engineering and environmental engineering are not currently accredited, but will seek ABET accreditation according to its process and guidelines for new engineering programs.

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