Admission to ECDOL and DTL Programs
Prospective or practicing educational technology leaders at all levels may apply to the certificate, master's, or Ph.D. programs through the K-State Graduate School.
K-State's Graduate School website contains information to apply either online or by mail. Applying online is recommended and preferred. Full admission to a program in Educational Computing, Design and Online Learning or Digital Teaching and Learning requires:
- a bachelor's degree with a GPA of 3.0 from an accredited university or college.
- transcripts from any bachelor's work forward.
- three letters of recommendation.
- a statement of objectives from the applicant showing current knowledge/use of technology, how their employment experiences relate to this area of study, and access to high-speed internet connection.
Additionally, students seeking admission to the Digital Teaching and Learning area must include in their statement of objectives information about their current teaching certificate/license and classroom teaching experience or equivalent.
Graduate School Application Deadlines
|Domestic Students||International Students|
|Fall – June 1||Fall – February 1|
|Spring – November 1||Spring – August 1|
|Summer – March 1||Summer – December 1|
Submit the application (if not submitted online), and other paper documents, such as transcripts, statement of objectives, primary language information, and application fee directly to:
Office of Graduate Studies
College of Education
Kansas State University
18 Bluemont Hall
1100 Mid Campus Drive
Manhattan, KS 66506-5312