You can use Evening College to work toward a bachelor's degree. Evening College courses can be combined with K-State distance education courses for a variety of degree options. Check with your academic advisor to ensure your courses will work toward your selected program.
Interdisciplinary Social Science
Most courses required for K-State's bachelor's degree in social science can be completed through Evening College. This general social science degree requires students to complete credits from a minimum of four social science disciplines, including: anthropology, economics, geography, history, mass communications, political science, psychology, sociology and women's studies. View the social science curriculum.
Distance Education Degrees
K-State offers bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, a Ph.D. program, certificate programs and minors that can be completed through distance education. Courses can be completed online, though some are available through Evening College and during daytime hours on campus.