animal health

Kansas State University Olathe Campus

Over the past three years, JCERT-funded programs at KU Edwards Campus and K-State Olathe have grown by 105%, running counter to enrollment declines occurring in higher education. 

Demand for JCERT-funded programs is on the rise at K-State Olathe and the KU Edwards Campus despite challenges in higher education because both universities continue to provide educational offerings to meet career opportunities.

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1Data enables researchers to access datasets that aids in their pursuit of human and animal health medical advances.

Researchers at Kansas State University and the University of Missouri-Kansas City are curating big data to save human and animal lives and improve the quality of life for both.

Last fall, Kansas State University’s Olathe campus launched the United States’ first certificate program for the in-demand animal health regulatory affairs sector.

The Animal Health Regulatory Affairs Graduate Certificate is a 15-credit-hour program that combines animal science and veterinary medicine knowledge with skills needed to navigate governmental processes and regulations throughout a product’s lifecycle.