Discover Online Learning
Kansas State University's distance education programs are accredited and can help you get the education you need—when and where you need it.
To learn more about being a distance student at K-State, please visit our orientation website.
Choose from a variety of accessible, affordable online programs to advance your education, enhance your career skills and help reach your goals:
- Bachelor's degrees
- Master's degrees
- Doctoral degree
- Minor programs
- Professional development
If you’re interested in taking classes online but haven’t decided on a program of study or missed the application deadline, you can still enroll as a nondegree-seeking student. This option will allow you to begin taking classes right away without being formally admitted. Please note that some programs require students to be fully admitted before they can take their first class, and nondegree-seeking students will not be eligible for financial assistance.
K-State is a nationally recognized leader in innovative online education technology, so you can complete coursework conveniently, from anywhere, even if you have to relocate during your studies.
Student services specifically for distance education students ensure you always have the support you need.
What does it take to be a distance education student? Get started by looking over our technology requirements.