As a Caterpillar employee, you can earn a bachelor's degree through Kansas State University by combining course work from your choice of two-year programs offered through Highland Community College or Manhattan Area Technical College with course work from K-State's Evening College or distance course offerings.
We recognize that Caterpillar employees have busy and complicated schedules, so our courses are conveniently located online and nearby in Wamego and Manhattan, during the day and evening.
To learn more about this corporate partnership, download our brochure (PDF).
K-State has also partnered with Highland Community College and Manhattan Area Technical College to help you leverage an associate degree at the community college into a bachelor's degree through distance education at K-State. Following are the degree combinations available.
Highland Community College
- Associate in Arts with an Emphasis in Business Administration leads to a Bachelor of Science in General Business
- Associate in Arts leads to a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Social Science
- Associate of Applied Science in Risk Management leads to a Bachelor of Science in Technology Management
- Associate of Science leads to a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Social Science