Transferring to Kansas State University
We will do our best to accommodate transfer students with our 2+2 program. The 2+2 program makes it possible for you to graduate with a bachelors degree in four years: 2 years at your community college plus 2 years at K-State. The Department of Agricultural Economics is and has proven to be a great place for transfer students to earn a degree that can lead to great success. With so many career opportunities available, our students have bright futures awaiting them upon graduation. Explore the opportunities that await you.
Take a look at our transfer brochure for more information.
To make a seamless transition between where you are now and K-State, you should come to K-State as a junior with approximately 60 credits that apply toward the requirements in Agricultural Economics or Agribusiness. Then work through the following steps:
Step 1: Determine which program of study best fits your desired career path. You can figure this out by looking at the careers section of the prospective student website. Finding the career you want will allow you to narrow your major options. Click here to check out different career fields
Step 2: Figure out which of your classes will be able to be applied toward your degree. Click on the transfer equivalency link for your school. This is a very important step because not all of the courses available at your community college can be used to meet the requirements of our majors. Equivalency Website
Step 3: Fit those classes that will transfer into the major that you desire. Use the program of study sheets to help you determine what requirements you have met.
Programs of Study:
Agribusiness - Agribusiness Option
Agribusiness - Food Industry Option
Agribusiness - International Option
Agricultural Economics - Farm Management Option
Agricultural Economics - NRES Option
Agricultural Economics - Pre-Law Option
Agricultural Economics - Pre-Vet Option
Agricultural Economics - Quantitative Option
Agricultural Economics - Specialty Option
Step 4: You should now be on your way to understanding where you fit within our programs, and we're looking forward to having you as part of our department family. However, if you have any questions please feel free to contact l Cherie Hodgson, academic program coordinator, at 785.532.4559 or firstname.lastname@example.org. She will be happy to answer any questions or give you extra guidance as you make your way to K-State.
Undergraduate Program Information
For more information, please contact:
Academic Program Coordinator
343 Waters Hall