Get Ahead This Summer
Online Summer Learning Opportunities
The Kansas State University College of Agriculture offers many online courses for undergraduate and graduate students this summer. Use this summer to get ahead.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, all Kansas State University summer school courses will be administered online and the tuition and fee structure for undergraduate and graduate courses have been changed in support of our students. For this summer only, the online and department fees have been reduced and all students will pay the in-state tuition rate.
Learn more at: https://www.k-state.edu/finsvcs/cashiers/costs/summer-2020/
Why summer learning online?
- Learn from the experts. K-State faculty are experts in their field of study. You can expect distance-based learning that integrates real-world situations and research-based knowledge led by industry experts.
- Catch up, move ahead, and lessen the load. Summer courses are the perfect way to catch up on courses you missed, work toward graduating early, or even lightening your load for the next semester.
- Experience accelerated learning. Complete courses for your degree in only six to eight weeks! Summer courses are designed to condense course materials that are typically taught over a 16-week semester into a six to eight-week course, allowing students to take a deep dive in the course material over a shorter period of time.
- May 26, 2020 - Intersession
- June 8, 2020 - First Summer Session
For more details on course offerings and deadlines, visit https://www.k-state.edu/summer/courses.html.
Interested in learning more?
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Current K-State Student
- Search available courses.
- Talk with your academic advisor about the courses you would like to complete over the summer.
- Get permission to take distance education courses, if permissions are required. Be sure to include the class name and number in your email. For animal science courses, email Dr. David Nichols. For food science courses, email Dr. Karen Schmidt.
- Enroll as an admitted student through KSIS.
Non-Degree Seeking Student
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