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Biosystems Engineering

Biosystems engineers are trained in biological, environmental and engineering sciences and challenged to improve the sustainability of production systems, decrease or eliminate environmental hazards and preserve natural...

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Business - Minor

Deepen your understanding of general principles of the business world. This minor is open for students who are not currently majoring in business, who wish to enhance their degree program with an generalist approach to...

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  • Minor

Business Administration - Graduate

The University of Kentucky MBA is not your typical MBA. More than just a business education degree, our MBA is a redefining business experience. We offer a suite of competitive MBA programs designed to give you a broader...

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    Career & Technical Education

    With a focus on Agricultural Education, a degree in Career and Technical Education will help you become an agriculture advocate.  You’ll graduate with more than 200 hours of teaching experience, practical international...

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    Chemical Engineering

    Chemical engineering emerged over a century ago when engineering professionals were needed to design and implement processes for large, commercial scale chemical production. Modern chemical engineering combines knowledge of...

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    Chemical Engineering - Graduate

    The Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering offers programs leading to the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Chemical Engineering, with research specialization in the following areas: Biomaterials Drug Delivery Energy...

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      Chemistry

      Chemistry examines the composition, structure, properties, and changes to stuff at the nanometer scale; this is the molecular and atomic scale. Chemists understand the world in terms of how these molecular and atomic units...

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      Chemistry - Graduate

      The Department of Chemistry offers the Master of Science and the Doctor of Philosophy degrees. Plan A or B may be used to satisfy the requirements for the M.S. degree. Areas of specialization in chemistry are analytical,...

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        Chemistry - Graduate (Ph.D)

        The Department of Chemistry offers the Master of Science and the Doctor of Philosophy degrees. Plan A or B may be used to satisfy the requirements for the M.S. degree. Areas of specialization in chemistry are analytical,...

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          Chemistry - Minor

          A minor is a structured group of courses that leads to considerable knowledge and understanding of a subject, although with less depth than a major. Some employers consider minors desirable, and the corresponding major...

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          Civil Engineering

          Civil engineering emphasizes infrastructure—geotechnical, water resources, environmental, transportation, construction and structural engineering, as well as other related fields. Our program allows students to discover...

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          Civil Engineering - Graduate

          Often considered the oldest practitioners within engineering, the intellectual ancestors of civil engineers have been around since the first cities were built by humans 10,000 years ago. Fast forward to the 18th century,...

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