TOPEKA (AP) – The Kansas Board of Regents has added a search function to its website to help students and others explore training and degree programs throughout the state’s public institutions.
The new function is called the Kansas Public Higher Education and Training Program Search.
Users type in a key word – such as nursing, history or engineering – to find what’s available at the 32 Regents institutions. The site lists each program, along with schools, available degrees and course requirements.
The Board of Regents announced the new search function Thursday and says it will be updated nightly.