Kennesaw State University's mission is to provide educational programs that serve a diverse student body which includes young adults who enroll as freshmen or undergraduate transfers and an equally large number of older adults who return or transfer to the University. Kennesaw State is designed to accomodate students in different stages in their lives for undergraduate or graduate student. Evening, weekend and online programs are designed to accommodate experienced professionals seeking academic advancement. Faculty, staff and administrators are committed to providing a challenging and facilitative collegiate environment that fosters high-quality academic preparation, critical thinking, global and multicultural perspectives, effective communication, leadership development, social responsibility and lifelong learning.
The foundation for all undergraduate majors is a comprehensive and coherent general education program that promotes internationalized and connected learning in the liberal arts tradition. Kennesaw State University offers more than 70 accredited Undergraduate degree programs in the arts, humanities, social sciences, mathematics, natural sciences, business, education, computing and health services. An expanding array of graduate degrees exists in education specialties, accounting, business, public administration, professional writing, conflict management, global communication and nursing. We also offer a number of applied undergraduate and graduate certificate programs as well as numerous minors to offer students the opportunity to diversify their collegiate career.
Bagwell College of Education
Coles College of Business
College of Continuing and Professional Education
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
College of Science and Mathematics
College of the Arts
WellStar College of Health and Human Services