Kansas State University College of Agriculture

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KSU College of Agriculture
KSU AG College logo.png
Established 1863
Parent institution
Kansas State University
Dean John Floros
Location Manhattan, Kansas
Colors KSU purple     
Website www.ag.ksu.edu

The Kansas State University College of Agriculture offers 16 undergraduate majors, one undecided program, 14 minors, and 10 graduate programs of study. Their subjects include agribusiness, bioscience, communications, economics, and natural resources.

As part of a land-grant university, the K-State College of Agriculture works closely with K-State Research and Extension to deliver research findings, educational programs and technical information through extension offices located throughout the state of Kansas.[1]


  1. ^ "K-State Research and Extension Background" (English). Retrieved 2007-01-30. 

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Coordinates: 39°11′32″N 96°34′52″W / 39.19222°N 96.58111°W / 39.19222; -96.58111