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Concurrent Enrollment Program

Education Service Centers

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

Off Campus Programs

Pittsburg State University offers academic programs at several off-campus locations:

KC Metro (Lenexa, Kansas)

The KC Metro Center works with the Pittsburg campus to fulfill the PSU philosophy of a comprehensive regional university. The KC Metro Center offers the following programs:

Bachelor of Applied Science in Automotive Technology

The KC Metro Center is accepting students for the Fall 2013 cohort for the BAS in Automotive Technology. The deadline for first consideration of admission is July 5, 2013. For more information about this program, please contact Mr. Steve Polley at spolley@pittstate.edu or 620-235-6515, or contact Dr. Robert Frisbee at rlfrisbe@pittstate.edu or 620-235-4380. More information about the Automotive Technology program can be found here.

New! Bachelor of Science in Workforce Development (Online)

The BS in Workforce Development degree completion program is now being offered at the KC Metro Center. The Workforece Development program is in a hybrid format (some online classes and some classes on the KC Metro campus). For more information about this program, please contact Dr. Peggy Snyder at psnyder@pittstate.edu or 620-235-4179. More information about the Workforce Development program can be found here.

Master of Art in Teaching

The Masters in Teaching program is designed for individuals who have a bachelor’s degree in an approved content area and want to teach at the secondary level (grades 6-12). The courses required to complete this program will teach skills that can be used immediately to manage classrooms and plan/present lessons and train teachers in hard-to-fill content areas such as math, science, Spanish, French and music. For more information about this program, please contact Dr. Tom Petz at tpetz@pittstate.edu or 913-529-4487 ext. 225, or contact Dr. Anna Friend at afriend@pittstate.edu or 913-529-4487 ext. 226. More information about the Masters in Teaching program can be found here.

Master of Science in Educational Leadership (Online Hybrid)

The Masters in Educational Leadership program is intended for the preparation of elementary, middle and secondary school principals and school superintendents. Students are required to meet at the KC Metro Center in Lenexa KS on three Saturdays during each semester. The program will offer convenience and flexibility through the online format, for teachers who are already employed but still seeking to further their education and career prospects. For more information about this program, please contact Dr. Brenda Roberts at broberts@pittstate.edu or 620-235-4498. More information about the Masters in Educational Leadership program can be found here.

Certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorders

The Certificate in Autism Disorders is a certification program for those who complete a graduate program of study in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Coursework will be offered through a combination of Interactive Television (ITV) and online learning, and will be offered at four to six sites in Kansas. Site locations change each year depending on need and request. The course begins in the fall of each year and ends the following summer. For more information about this program, please contact Dr. Terri Swanson at tswanson@pittstate.edu or 913-529-4487. More information about the Autism Certification program can be found here.

Salina, Kansas

Pittsburg State University offers the following programs on the campus of the Salina Area Technical College:

Bachelor of Science in Vocational - Technical Education

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 persons with different work experience backgrounds.

Master of Science in Career and Technical Education

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. For more information, please contact Dr. John Iley at jiley@pittstate.edu or 620-235-4373. More information about the Master in Career and Technical Education can be found here