This online program is designed for students who wish to work in early education programs in administrative or teaching positions, including work with parents and community agencies, as well as with young children, aged birth through kindergarten.
K-State accepts up to 90 hours from other accredited institutions. You can transfer up to half of your bachelor’s requirements from a two-year (community) college, usually 60 to 63 hours. Contact those institutions and have them send an official copy of your transcript to the K-State Admissions Office. You should also visit our transfer equivalency page (http://www.k-state.edu/admit/tran_info.html) to see which of your credits will transfer to K-State.
As long as you have been admitted to a degree program at K-State and are enrolled in at least 6 credit hours (units) at K-State, you’re eligible to apply for financial aid.