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Professional Master of Technology Curriculum

The Professional Master of Technology requires 30 hours of coursework to complete the degree. Qualified faculty work cooperatively with each graduate student to develop highly individualized plans of study. As one of the first Professional Master of Technology degrees in the state of Kansas, this program provides unique educational opportunities for college graduates and industry professionals from a variety of backgrounds. Students may transfer in up to nine graduate credit hours from another accredited institution with approval of their advisor, their committee and the Graduate School. Students may enroll in relevant graduate-level courses on the Manhattan campus to fulfill elective requirements if approved as part of their formal program of study. Students should contact their advisor for individually tailored focus areas and electives.  


Aerospace Systems 

Use your education to create next-generation solutions for the aerospace industry when you complete the Professional Master of Technology.

Bulk Solids

Bulk Solids Handling

Increase your bulk solids handling expertise with K-State Polytechnic's Professional Master of Technology.

International Experience

International Culture Immersion

Turn your passion for international studies into a master's degree with the PMT.


Unmanned Aircraft Systems - Information Assurance 

Be at the forefront of unmanned aircraft systems information assurance when you complete the PMT with a UAS focus.


Student-Directed Focus 

Work with your advisor and our graduate program director to create a specific focus area specially targeted to you and your expertise.

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Application Deadlines

U.S. Citizens/Permanent Residents
Applications accepted year-round.

International Students
Jan. 8 - Fall (August) enrollment
Aug. 1 - Spring (January) enrollment
Dec. 1 - Summer (June) enrollment

Approximate Program Cost
Above cost figured on 30 credit hours.