Bachelor’s Degree Completion
Have you always wanted to finish that college education? Have you realized that to get ahead in the world you’ll need a college degree? Sure, job performance counts, but so does a college degree.
What are you going to do? The costs of quitting your job and going to college are high.
You aren’t alone. Adults across the country want to complete their education, advance their careers, or change professions.
Kansas State University offers degree completion programs that allow you to continue working while pursuing a college degree. These distance education programs are designed for people who have completed at least two years of college. With dedication, self-direction, and perseverance on your part, you’ll earn your degree without leaving your current job or family.
What K-State offers you
- University credit courses from an accredited institution
- A variety of choices in degrees, courses, and delivery methods
- Education in a format and timeframe that fits your schedule
- Cutting-edge technology
- Student services especially designed for students at a distance
- More than 35 years of experience in delivering distance education and degree-completion programs
Credit earning options
- K-State distance education courses delivered through a variety of ways, including the Web, videotape, audiotape, CD-ROM, guided study, and desktop video
- K-State and other community-based outreach courses
- Military training credit evaluations (based on American Council for Education Guidelines)
- Credit by examination/competency assessments
- Independent study
- Correspondence or distance course work from other institutions
The Bachelor’s Degree Completion program has the potential to assist students in completing degrees in other undergraduate majors. Contact us at 1-800-622-2KSU (2578) for information regarding this possibility.