The KC Metro Center, located in Lenexa, KS, has been serving the Kansas City Metro area since 2000. The KC Metro Center also serves area community colleges and high schools as an admissions outreach center while working with the Pittsburg campus to fulfill the PSU philosophy of a comprehensive regional university. The KC Metro Center offers a Career and Technical Education cohort that meets several weekends every semester. For more information about the programs, contact Dr. Greg Belcher at 620-235-4637 or email@example.com. The KC Metro Center also hosts several classes for undergraduate student teaching students.
Pittsburg State University also offers nearly 50 online programs. For more information on those programs, contact the Graduate and Continuing Studies office at 620-235-4223 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the KC Metro Center, please contact:
KC Metro Center12345 West 95th St.Suite 204Lenexa, KS 66215
Master of Arts in Teaching - Secondary (with a KSDE Restricted License)Pittsburg State University has a long history with the Kansas City, Kansas Public schools and is proud to offer the Fellows Program on their campus. The MAT Secondary is available to teachers hired by KCKPS on a KSDE restricted license. For more information regarding this program contact Dr. Alice Sagehorn, Chair of the Teaching and Leadership Department, email@example.com.
Kansas City, Kansas Public SchoolsCentral Office & Training Center2010 N 59th StreetKansas City, KS 66104
Pittsburg State University offers the following programs on the campus of the Salina Area Technical College:
The Bachelor of Science in Vocational - Technical Education curriculum is organized with two options, private sector option and public sector option, which are designed to meet the needs of a persons with different work experience backgrounds. Click here for more information.
The MS in Career and Technical Education Program is designed to provide preparation for persons interested in qualifying for teaching and administrative positions in health occupations and technical education at the community college and college level. Click here for more information.
For more information about the Salina programs, contact Dr. Greg Belcher at 620-235-4637 or firstname.lastname@example.org.