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Education Service Centers

Pittsburg State University offers graduate course credit for workshops at the following centers:

2014 Fall Schedule

Click the link below to see what other classes are offered at PSU this fall:

    Class Schedule


For enrollment questions, please contact

Name: B.B. Stotts
Phone: 620-235-4181

2014 Educator Workshops

Continuing Education Workshops at Pittsburg State University are open to anyone who has completed a bachelor's degree. PSU's Continuing Education programs are designed for educators
who seek additional graduate credit to meet re-certification requirements, increase knowledge in a particular subject area or enhance their earning power.

DateLocationTitleCredit hours
06/25-06/26 Main Campus Great Economic Mysteries (Grade 4-8) 1
07/11-07/12 Main Campus Crisis Management and Treatment 1
07/21-07/25 Main Campus Workshop for Beginning Vocational Teachers 3

Workshop Spotlight...

Safe and Strong

Kansas Children's Service League's eLearning program is providing online professional development courses for a variety of professionals including child care providers, social workers, home visitors, foster and adoptive parents, nurses, educators, and head start employees who desire to increase their effectiveness in serving families and children. Kansas Children’s Service League is committed to bringing the best in continuing education to adult learners around the state – anytime, anywhere, at any stage in life.The following workshops are available for graduate credit through Pittsburg State University:

 July 9 - 29, 2014
Child Abuse and Neglect: Recognizing, Responding and Reporting
Bullying Prevention and Response
Caring for Children with Special Needs

September 10 - 30, 2014
Child Abuse and Neglect: Recognizing, Responding and Reporting
Learning and Teaching Through Multiple Intelligences
October 8 - 28, 2014
Child Abuse and Neglect: Recognizing, Responding and Reporting
Bullying Prevention and Response
Cultural Competency and Diversity

November 5 - 25, 2014
Caring for Children with Special Needs

For more details, visit

How To Apply Online

Students who have not been admitted to the Pittsburg State University Graduate School must complete an application form at

  1. Under the Apply section, submit a Graduate Student application.
  2. Select NEW APPLICATION. For Major/Emphasis/Degree select NON DEGREE SEEKING.
  3. Complete the application and click submit. Do not forget to list your e-mail address on the application.

After you submit the form, you will receive an e-mail that will give you access to the PSU GUS system. Follow the instructions for logging into GUS and selecting a GUS PIN. Within GUS, after the semester is complete, you will be able to view your account, receive your grade and to request a transcript.

The next step is to submit a document to the PSU Graduate School that reflects your earned undergraduate degree. You may submit a copy of your teaching license, an unofficial transcript from the institution where you received your undergraduate degree, or go to your state’s official web site and print the list of teachers and the license they have earned. Your application and enrollment cannot be completed until this document has been received. This document can be faxed or mailed to:

Pittsburg State University
Attn: Graduate and Continuing Studies
1701 S. Broadway
Pittsburg, KS 66762
Fax (620) 235-4219

You will receive a letter that states you are conditionally admitted; to be fully admitted you must submit an official transcript. Once you are admitted to PSU, you must contact the Office of Graduate and Continuing Studies enroll for graduate credit.

Application Form

If you are unable to apply through our online information, we have a printable version of the application form that you can fill out and bring to the workshop that you are attending. The file can be found here.