The K-State Carl R. Ice College of Engineering offers a first-rate engineering curriculum designed to produce global engineers committed to solving 21st century problems. From studying artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and manufacturing to health sciences, robotics, and everything in between, our engineers graduate from K-State equipped with the technical know-how to make real, positive impacts in the world.
Explore our academic programs below, or find out more about the Academic Success Center and Engineering Leadership Center, which provide academic support, career networks and leadership opportunities to students.
K-State engineering offers 12 Bachelor of Science 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 creative inquiry through research projects and competition design teams.
K-State offers many graduate degrees and certificates in engineering including 12 master’s and eight doctoral degrees.
Nine engineering master’s programs are available online, as well as three graduate certificate programs and the nuclear engineering minor program.