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Kansas State University

Policies & Procedures

Online Engineering Master’s Degrees

Copyright Policy

All Kansas State University course materials and syllabi, videotapes, audiotapes, CD-ROMs, DVDS, and web courses are copyrighted. You may duplicate the course materials only for your own use, and you must erase any duplicated material as soon as you complete the course requirements.

You may not make any tapes, CDs, DVDs, or course materials available to other people, unless you have explicit written permission from the K-State Global Campus to share them with certain individuals.

Students are prohibited from selling (or being paid for taking) notes during the course to or by any person or commercial firm without the express written permission of the professor teaching the course.

Admission to Graduate Study

Courses are offered for graduate credit leading to a master’s degree or a limited number of courses (up to nine credit hours) can be taken without formal degree candidacy. All students must apply for admission to the Graduate School as either an Engineering degree candidate or as a special "nondegree-seeking" student, and must submit a copy of their undergraduate transcript. Special students are normally required to meet the same academic standards as other graduate students. All application materials should be sent directly to the K-State academic department to which you are applying. Admission forms and instructions are available at

Student Responsibility

Students enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program should check with their advisors before registering for a course to ensure that the course meets degree requirements.

Students should consult the K-State Graduate Catalog for specific information concerning graduate student responsibilities. Additional information is available from the Graduate School, 102 Fairchild Hall, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas 66506, 785-532-6191, or online at