Earn Your Degree Online

DCE provides student services to support distance students in reaching academic success at K-State Salina. The department utilizes distance learning technology to deliver affordable and accessible educational options to meet student needs. The department's faculty services assist instructors who develop and teach online courses.

Kansas State University's Salina distance education program is accredited and can help you get the education you need—when and where you need it. You choose your direction, and we'll help you navigate. 

Online Programs

  • Technology Management is a bachelor’s degree program that combines a technical area of concentration with advanced business studies, providing professional and practical leadership skills to move forward in business. Students take courses in management, accounting, marketing, and other critical elements of business.

    The Technology Management bachelor’s degree is offered by K-State Salina. Graduates of the program are prepared for supervisory and management positions in a variety of technical areas, ranging from aviation and manufacturing to sales and product development.

    To complete this degree program, students must complete 124 credit hours of coursework.

View admission requirements for online and off-campus students.

Learning at a Distance

K-State is a nationally recognized leader in innovative distance education technology, so you can complete coursework conveniently, from anywhere, even if you have to relocate during your studies.

Student services specifically for distance education students ensure you always have the support you need.

What does it take to be a distance education student? Get started by looking over our technology requirements.