K-State Global Campus

1615 Anderson Avenue
Manhattan, Kansas 66502

785-532-5575
1-800-622-2578 (toll free)
global@k-state.edu

 



Office Hours:

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. CDT

Extended Student Services Hours:

Thursday
7 a.m. - 7 p.m. CDT


Janice Nikkel
Program Coordinator

Admission Requirements

Before you apply to the early childhood education bachelor’s degree completion program, you must have already completed at least 30 college credits including the following courses, with a 2.5 minimum GPA on transferred course work:

    Math 100* with a grade of C or higher

    STAT 325 * with a grade of C or higher

    English 100* with a grade of C or higher

    English 200* with a grade of C or higher

    Speech 106* with a grade of C or higher

    Biology 198*

    Proof of English proficiency

    ACT score of 22 or higher or the completion of the Praxis Core Academic

    Skills for Educators.

    The passing requirements for this test are listed below:

The Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators (CORE) is required for admission to teacher education for all students who do not have an ACT composite score of 22 or above. The test includes sections on Reading, Writing, and Math. A minimum passing score will be established when sufficient data is available. Until that time, students must take the CORE test with no required minimum score.

*These are the course numbers at Kansas State University. If you think you have taken a comparable course at another institution, view the transfer equivalency guide to see if it will transfer to K-State as the above listed course.

Students must be geographically located in Kansas or near the border so they are able to perform the student teaching semester in a Kansas school district. Out-of-state students not able to perform the student teaching semester can still earn a bachelor’s degree with an early childhood education emphasis but are not eligible for teacher licensure.

Out-of-State Students

Each state has unique disclosure requirements related to authorization to offer distance education courses and programs within your state of residence. Please review these statements before applying. These statements do not apply to students enrolled at one of K-State’s physical campuses (Manhattan, Salina, Olathe).

Application Deadlines

You must be admitted for the fall semester by June 1, spring semester by Nov. 1 and summer semester by April 1. This means that all transcripts, application fees and any other requirements must be completed and received by these dates.

Please note: It takes at least 4-6 weeks for an application to be processed once all materials have been received. Incomplete applications will not be processed until all materials are received and will be considered for the next available semester.

How to Apply

Apply online through the Bachelor’s Degree Completion Program.

The application fee is $30. However, if you have previously attended Kansas State University, you will not have to pay the application fee again. Be sure to select the term in which you plan to take classes.

Transcripts

If you have received credit from other institutions, have each institution send an official transcript to the K-State Office of Admissions and follow up with that office to make sure they have received your transcripts. Transcripts mailed by students are not considered to be official. The Office of Admissions will forward your transfer course material to the program’s department, where an evaluation will be made of how your courses apply toward the bachelor’s degree.

Your application will not be processed until all transcripts from the institutions have been received by the Office of Admissions.

Send your transcripts to:   

Office of Admissions
Kansas State University
119 Anderson Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506-0102

Phone: 800-432-8270 or 785-532-6250
Email: k-state@k-state.edu