The Department of Animal Sciences and Industry is a comprehensive unit supported by about 54 faculty devoted to research, teaching, and extension activities related to domestic farm species. Currently, the department has over 800 undergraduate students advised in the department and about 65 graduate students pursuing both M.S. and Ph.D. degrees.
For graduate training, the department has animal research and teaching units located conveniently to the main campus. Those units include Sheep, Poultry, purebred Beef, Dairy, Swine, and Equine teaching and research units and the beef cattle, stocker, and cow-calf research units. In addition, laboratories in both Call and Weber Halls contain state-of-the-art equipment that allow the student access to most analytical techniques required for their research.
To learn more about our graduate program, click on one of the following links.
- Assistantship Info
- Admission Procedures
- K-State Graduate School
- Graduate School Handbook
- Student Learning Outcomes - M.S. Program
- Student Learning Outcomes - Ph.D. Program
Program Contact Information
Grad. Program Disciplines
Behavior, Health, & Welfare
Breeding & Genetics
Nutrition - Monogastric
Nutrition - Ruminant
Grad. Student Association
Click here to learn more about the Graduate Student Association.