Kansas is a state located in the midwestern United States. Education in Kansas is governed at the primary and secondary levels by the Kansas State Board of Education and the state’s public colleges and universities are governed by the Kansas Board of Regents.
According to the reports by the Kansas Board of Regents, more than 45% of students who enrolled at the Kansas Colleges and Universities have registered for at least one online program. Kansas has 67 degree-granting institutions which include 32 public, 24 private non-profit, and 11 private for-profit colleges. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the total number of student enrollment in 2016 was 214,301. The number of degrees awarded between 2015-2016 was 11,008 Associate's Degrees, 20,249 Bachelor's Degrees, 7,480 Master's Degrees and 1,578 Doctorate Degrees.
The total grants make up to 2.4% of the state’s total fiscal support for higher education. Financial Aid is also provided to students depending upon the eligibility criteria. The National Centre for Educational Statistics (NCES) has an estimation that at least 15.3% of students enrolled in Kansas’ colleges and universities are in fully online programs.
The online colleges in Kansas offer Associate's, Bachelor's, and Master's degree along with other certification programs. Online Education in Kansas is expanding day by day and the recent developments suggest that the state aims to provide the best online education in order to train the students to achieve personal as well as professional success.
Institution Type: Private Not-For-Profit
Percent of Federal, State or Institutional Aid: 98%
Average Financial Aid: $ 5,278
Total Programs Offered (11)
Business Management Programs
Health Science Programs