Fort Hays State University > About FHSU > Academic Divisions > College of Business and Entrepreneurship > Department of Informatics > Distance Learning
The Fort Hays State University Department of Informatics offers an extensive array of courses through the University's Virtual College. Students may earn the following degrees in the INT Department through FHSU's Distance Learning:
“I just wanted to let you know that I am currently the MIS Manager for Ford Audio Video in Oklahoma City. I work in the Corporate Headquarters and am responsible for all the
technology / WAN / LAN / Hardware / Software that supports the OKC Office and 6 remote divisions, which totals 175+ users. I use my 15 years of experience
along with my knowledge gained while completing my Bachelor's Degree through (the) Fort Hays State University virtual college on a daily basis."- Brett Deemer
Distance Learning Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Students may prepare for Cisco CCNA Certification and earn Fort Hays State University's Internetworking Certification (Cisco CCNA plus 6 hours of Networking Architecture and Data Communications).
How to get Started
The Informatics programs are part of the Fort Hays State University educational partnership with the
United States Navy. We have a number of students as members of the United States Armed Forces who are pursuing
degrees on-line in Informatics.
Undergraduate students seeking to enroll for the first time at FHSU, or for more information on admission and fees,
contact FHSU's Virtual College. Graduate students seeking more information on enrollment and procedural
information, admission and fees, contact FHSU's Graduate School. Distance learning at Fort Hays State University
is supported through the university's Virtual College. The Virtual College site provides online enrollment,
links for ordering of books, and information on technical support for courses. Distance learning students can check on the availability and the status of courses