Adult Higher Education Accessible Degrees
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median weekly earnings of people who have a bachelor's degree is 52% more (or nearly $21,000 annually) than those who have some college but no degree. The median weekly earnings of people who have an associate's degree is 17% more (more than $3,200 annually) than those who have some college but no degree. People in both groups also experience less unemployment than those with some college but no degree.
The seven Kansas public universities offer dozens ofconvenient online bachelor degree programs in business, education, leadership, nursing, and many other subjects including the featured programs listed below. The community and technical colleges also offer numerous online certificate and associate degree programs. These online programs can help you Get AHEAD in both your career and in life, and a recent national survey found that adult and online students consistently report higher overall satisfaction with their college experience than do other students!
Emporia State University – General Studies - BID
Fort Hays State University – Information Networking & Telecommunications - BS
Pittsburg State University – Workforce Development - BS
University of Kansas – Communication Studies- BGS
Wichita State University – Criminal Justice - BSCJ
Washburn University – Health Services Administration - BHS
We want to help you prepare so that the program you choose meets your needs. The questions listed here are designed to help you do your own research, narrow down the choices, and find the right program for you.
For more information please contact the individuals listed above, or if you prefer to do some career exploration first, visit the career one stop center sponsored by the U.S. Dept. of Labor.