Degree and Program Development
The growing need for educated and highly skilled individuals in the workforce encourages current workers to strive to obtain a bachelor's degree, master's degree, certifications and other advanced education while working full-time and unable to relocate to a college campus.
Kansas State University Global Campus has provided educational opportunities to non-traditional students for over 30 years, offering degrees, certification programs and noncredit courses.
Course Development Services
Course Facilitation Services
The K-State Global Campus Student and Faculty Services office offers several services to help facilitate courses including:
- Collect, approve and monitor proctor agreements for proctored exams.
- Send correspondence to your students via email or mail.
- Send paper exams or electronic exam passwords to your students or their exam proctors.
- Collect, log and distribute assignments and exams.
- Send course materials to students.
Pursuing higher education while balancing a job or family requires flexible course times that work in conjunction with busy daytime schedules. K-State Global Campus provides courses during evening hours that work toward a degree or toward enhancing personal and career goals. View upcoming courses or submit a class submission for Evening College.
Intersession is a time between standard university semesters when individuals can complete rigorous course work in an short timeframe. K-State Global Campus gives students the opportunity to concentrate on an on-campus or online course intensively while earning extra credits to accelerate their program completion. View upcoming courses or submit a class submission for Intersession.
Professional development opportunities for individuals and companies are vital to maintaining a highly productive and competitive workforce. Noncredit opportunities offer professionals opportunities for skills refreshment, career advancement, workforce development and recertification. K-State’s academic resources can be formatted and delivered to help meet workforce needs.
K-State Global Campus can help you identify how to best match an educational product to workforce development. View noncredit opportunities through Conferences and Noncredit Programs.
Delivering a successful conference, seminar or workshop involves a great deal of planning, organization and effort. K-State Global Campus professionals can contribute their expertise to your program at all levels, from conceptualization through post-event reporting.
We offer comprehensive conference services to plan and execute your program, allowing you to focus on high quality content instead of program logistics. Services can include program planning, site selection, contract negotiations, marketing, financial administration, registration and other logistics.
Our conference professionals assist with more than 120 conferences and workshops annually. While many are held in Manhattan, Kansas, others are held throughout Kansas, the U.S. and internationally. Program size can range from a small 15-person workshop to a 2,000-participant conference. Mediated delivery systems can be used to deliver programs at a distance.
See a full listing of conference planning services through Conferences and Noncredit Programs.
Student Access Center
Kansas State University is dedicated to providing equal opportunity and access for every student. The Student Access Center provides specific information about accessibility and e-learning. Faculty members who need assistance with accommodating a student with a documented disability should contact the access services office on the appropriate campus. Assistance may include administration of course exams with extended time and/or distraction reduced environment or providing an alternate format of text materials.