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Ready to start your application to Kennesaw State?
The admissions process at Kennesaw State University is the same for all students regardless of their decision to pursue online or on-campus learning. Students are required to meet the same standards and submit the same documentation. Admission requirements vary by student type. Please visit the KSU Office of Undergraduate Admissions for specific requirements.
Contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions:
Kennesaw Campus - Office Location
3391 Town Point Drive, Suite 1000
Kennesaw, GA 30144
Marietta Campus - Office Location
1100 South Marietta Parkway, Suite 169
Marietta, GA 30060
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed all campus observed holidays.
If you are applying to the fully online Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity program, please select Cybersecurity as your major when you apply.
Partially On Campus
If you are planning on taking any of your courses on campus please select Cybersecurity- Interest.
If you are planning to pursue the Undergraduate Cybersecurity Certificate, please
use the following steps to apply:
Apply through the standard application.
Select "Adult/Non-Traditional" as the application type.
Select "Certificate" as the degree type.
Select the appropriate certificate from the list.
Information for Transfer Students:
If you have at least 30 credit hours that you can transfer from another institution, please visit the KSU Transfer Admissions page. There is a general section on transfer credit requirements. For detailed information on prior learning assessment (PLA) specific to the BS-Cybersecurity program, please visit link. To apply for PLA options, please visit pla.kennesaw.edu.
Visit our Undergraduate Admissions page for full details.
Prior Learning Assessment:
Prior learning assessment (PLA) makes it possible for students to earn credit for college-level learning gained outside of a traditional academic setting. Sources of prior learning include job or military training and professional certification programs. There are several courses where the student may be able to earn credit by successfully passing a "challenge exam."