Barton Fort Riley offers flexible and diverse course options to make scheduling classes a breeze! See below for a summary of each program option.
Leader Skills Enhancement Courses are designed to assist in the training of Noncommissioned Officers and soldiers demonstrating leadership potential in the advanced skills needed to perform at a higher-level leadership and staff positions. LSEC benefits the Army by providing the soldier specific leadership training which will enhance soldier and unit performance. Unit Commanders can schedule training to meet unit needs or enroll the soldier in an open scheduled class. Learn more about the LSEC program, or visit the LSEC schedules webpage for schedule information.
College Program classes consist of both traditional and hybrid classes and is open to civilian and military students. College program classes have five cycles per year, each cycle is eight weeks in length. Courses are offered at various times Monday through Saturday. Learn more about College Programs, or visit the College Programs schedules webpage for schedule information.
BARTonline.org provides you the opportunity to complete an Associate Degree online or a variety of Certificate Programs. Courses taken at other colleges and universities, plus any military and/or work experience, may be applied towards degree completion requirements at Barton Community College. A minimum of 15 credit hours are required from Barton for degree completion. Visit the BARTonline website to learn more about your options and to view schedule information.
Barton is an OSHA Education Center and a member of the Midwest OSHA Education Centers Consortium, MOEC. Visit the Barton Safety website for more information and to check out the diverse training courses with fast-track scheduling.
Basic Skills Education Program classes are for Military service members and are designed to enhance basic math, reading, and writing skills. They are available to Family members on a space available basis. Classes meet Monday through Friday for three weeks in length with each class meeting for three hour sessions. Course can be designed to meet unit requirements. Learn more about the BSEP program, or visit the BSEP schedules webpage for schedule information.
General Educational Development tests give a student the opportunity to earn a Kansas State High School diploma. This credential is recognized as a key to employment opportunities, advancement, further education and financial rewards. Learn more about the GED program, or visit the GED schedules webpage for schedule information.