Focused on your needs.
Fort Hays State University's Virtual College is the place to become the professional you've always wanted to be. Our certificate programs, and associate's, bachelor's, and master's degrees
and doctorates will give you the knowledge and skills to succeed in today's
fastest-growing careers. All of our programs are accredited by the
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, so you know you're
getting a quality education. And our instructors, many of whom teach
on-campus courses at Fort Hays State, put your success first. They'll
be there for you via phone or email whenever you need help.
Specialist in Education
Course Numbers and Levels
Course levels are identified by the first digit catalog course number as shown below:
000-099 For undergraduate students: non-credit courses.
100-299 For freshman-sophomore students; undergraduate, lower-division courses.
300-499 For junior-senior students; undergraduate, upper-division courses.
600-699 For undergraduate, upper-division and
Graduate I students. Graduate students enrolled in 600-699 level
courses will be expected to produce a greater quantity and quality of
work that clearly demonstrates their master of the subject matter which
surpasses that of the undergraduates enrolled in the same course.
800-899 For Graduate I students; graduate credit only.
900-999 For Graduate II students; graduate credit only.
Graduate I: Courses and thesis for master’s students who have accumulated less than 31 graduate hours.
Graduate II: Courses for specialist’s students who have completed more than 30 graduate hours.
Contact us today. Our admissions staff and program advisors are ready to work with you to tailor a program to meet your goals.
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