K-State Salina Mission
Kansas State University Salina provides learners with the opportunity to pursue innovative education, applied research, practical field experiences, and professional lives guided by social awareness and the ability to provide ethically sound solutions in the global environment.
The department of Arts, Sciences and Business offers a bachelor's degree in Technology Management and associate degrees in applied business and applied technologies.
The department of Aviation offers degrees and certificates in aviation maintenance, avionics, professional pilot and unmanned aircraft systems.
The department of Engineering Technology offers degrees in computer systems technology, electronic and computer engineering technology, mechanical engineering technology and web development technology.
- Computer systems technology
- Digital media technology
- Electronic & computer engineering technology
- Mechanical engineering technology
- Web development technology
This general option undergraduate degree program provides students with a strong foundation of coursework in human development and family studies.
K-State Salina's undergraduate social work program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of the Council on Social Work Education. The undergraduate major is recognized as the beginning-level professional degree.
Kansas State University’s Professional Master of Technology Degree is designed to enable professionals from diverse technology fields to thrive in rapidly changing work environments. The curriculum combines student experience in technology with advanced research, management principles and professional skills necessary for career advancement.
K-State Salina's Division of Continuing Education is committed to helping students meet their educational goals by providing more options to take courses.