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Distance Learning Locations

 

Undergraduate and graduate coursework is available on our main campus in Emporia. Selected programs are available at Emporia State University – Kansas City in Overland Park,  KS; Kansas City Kansas Community College in Kansas City, KS; Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, KS; and  Butler Community College in El Dorado, KS. New partnerships with community colleges across the state and a wide selection of online offerings take Emporia State University to the student, wherever he or she might be.

Emporia State University – Kansas City

Bachelor‘s, Master‘s, certificate, and licensure programs are offered through Emporia State University-Kansas City and the Office of Distance Education are designed for working professionals living in the Kansas City Metro Area. All degree programs are uniquely structured to allow you the opportunity to complete a degree in a time frame that is convenient for you. Visit our website: http:// www.emporia.edu//kc/index.html > or call 913-338-4378.

 Kansas City Kansas Community College

Emporia State‘s nationally acclaimed elementary education program is available in the Kansas City area through Kansas City Kansas Community College. Students who enroll in this program will complete a two year Associate of Arts degree from KCKCC and continue on to get a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education degree from Emporia State University. For further information visit our website: <http://www.emporia.edu/distance/eled/kckcc/index.html> or contact Karen Bevis at 913-469-8500, ext. 3676.

Butler Community College — BEST

Emporia State‘s nationally acclaimed elementary education program is available in the Wichita area through Butler Community College (BCC), called the "BEST" (Butler/Emporia Students to Teachers) program. Students who enroll in this program will complete a two year Associate of Arts degree from BCC and continue on to get a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education degree from Emporia State University. For further information visit our website: <http://www.emporia.edu/distance/eled/bcc/index.html> or contact Tim Warner at 316-321-3375.

Johnson County Community College

In the Fall of 2011 Emporia State University began offering the nationally acclaimed elementary education program in the Overland Park area, through Johnson County Community College. Students who enroll in this program will complete a two year Associate of Arts degree from JCCC and continue on to get a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education degree from Emporia State University. For further information visit our website: <http://www.emporia.edu/distance/eled/jccc/index.html> or Karen Bevis at 913-469-8500, ext.3676. 

Course offerings, degree completion, licensure and other requirements for students in the 2+2 elementary education program at BCC, JCCC, and KCKCC are the same as required of all Emporia State students. Limited seating is available. Elementary Education Cohort Program applications are accepted for fall and spring entries. The priority deadlines for application are September 15th for the spring semester and February 15th for the fall semester. Degrees in Secondary Education and degrees in other education fields such as Special Education or Early Childhood are only available on the Emporia campus.