We have found 4 undergraduate business schools in Kansas that offer full-time BBA programs leading to a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. Check the following list to see acceptance rate, in-state and out-of-state tuition as well as total enrollment for each of Kansas BBA colleges.
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List of Best Undergraduate Business Schools in Kansas
Nature of Kansas
The state of Kansas is located in the Midwest of the United States and belongs to the northwestern central states of the United States. The territory of the state of Kansas is 213,096 km 2 (fifteenth place among the states of the USA).
Kansas is bordered by the states of Nebraska to the north, Missouri to the east, Oklahoma to the south, and Colorado to the west.
The state of Kansas is located in the central time zone of the United States (with the exception of four western counties living in the mountain time zone).
The state of Kansas is located “in the middle” of the country, it is equidistant from the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. It is in Kansas that the geographic center of the continental United States is located (39°50’N, 98°35’W).
Kansas is located almost entirely on the territory of the Great Plains, the state has a very flat relief (according to some estimates, the flattest of all US states). The height of the terrain gradually rises from east to west, so smoothly that the highest point of the state, Mount Sunflower (“Sunflower Mountain”, 1231 meters above sea level), located on the border with Colorado , does not stand out in any way from the surrounding area.
Kansas is located on ” Tornado Alley “, the state ranks second in the United States (after Texas) in the number of tornadoes recorded by meteorologists – more than fifty per year.
The eastern part of Kansas is a transitional zone between the Missouri and Arkansas highlands and the steppes of the west, here the terrain is more hilly and partly covered with forests. In the northeast of the state (and in neighboring Nebraska) the Smoky Hills region is located, to the south – the hilly Osage Plain, in the southeast (and in Oklahoma located to the south) the rocky hills of Flint Hills.
It is in the Flint Hills region that the Tollgrass Prairie National Preserve is located, one of the largest untouched by human activity areas of “tall grass prairie” that once occupied vast areas in the western Great Plains. This reserve is one of the “youngest” in the USA, it was created in 1996. In 2009, a small herd of bison was brought to Tallgrass Prairie.