Take Summer Classes at Kennesaw State
Options Include 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 Week Courses
Kennesaw State University will be offering a robust schedule of summer classes. Though many classes will be online, there will be courses offered face-to-face or in a hybrid format. Choose from almost 2,400 courses.
Pick the course option that best fits your summer schedule. You can pick from Maymester, 4-week I, 8-week, 6-week, 4-week II and 10-week sessions. Not all courses are offered in all session lengths, so look for the classes you need early, as you begin to plan your schedule.REGISTER NOW
New and Transient Students Can Apply to KSU for Free During March 2023
Applying for summer or fall 2023 during March is free for these types of new undergraduate students:
- transient students
- transfer students
- international students
- non-traditional adult students
- non-degree students
- audit students
- readmission students
This offer is not available for graduate students.Apply Now
Why Take Summer Courses at KSU?
Here are the Top 10 Reasons to Catch Up, Keep Up or Get Ahead This Summer!
1. Get ahead or catch-up
Taking summer courses can help you get ahead or even graduate early! If you’re behind in your schedule to graduate, taking summer classes can help you catch up.
2. Complete general education courses
Take summer general education classes so you'll be prepared and successful in your major courses in the fall.
3.Take a smaller number of courses at a time
Taking classes in the summer can help you have a lighter course load in the spring and fall while staying on track for your targeted graduation date. Not all courses are offered in all session lengths, so look for the classes you need early, as you begin to plan your schedule.
4. Finish classes more quickly, but earn the same credits
Summer courses are shorter than full-term classes, and you’ll still have free time before summer classes begin and after they finish.
5. Graduate in less time
Taking summer classes can help you graduate in less time than students who only take fall and spring courses.
6. Learn with your professors and classmates
Summer classes are often smaller than fall and spring classes. The smaller classes provide you with more access to your professor. Courses will be offered face-to-face, hybrid and online so pick your favorite format and schedule.
7. Impress potential employers
By taking summer classes, you can impress potential employers with your dedication to complete your degree (and your goals!) more quickly.
8. Complete grad school prerequisites
If you’re planning to attend grad school, you may have prerequisites that you must complete prior to enrollment. Summer classes allow you to complete the prerequisites without a lot of time commitment.
9. Make new friends
KSU summer classes tend to be smaller. Make friends online through classroom discussion boards or meet your classmates in person in your face-to-face courses.
10. Keep your summer job
KSU summer classes offer flexibility and convenience if you have a busy schedule. At KSU, you CAN balance school and work.