Programs Overview

  • Learning Communities

    A learning community is 20-25 first-semester students who co-enroll in two or more courses that are linked together with a common theme. Some learning communities are for specific academic majors, such as business, nursing, education, or dance. Other learning communities are suitable for a variety of majors and carry themes ranging from “green” living, to social justice, to gender studies and more. The courses in learning communities count toward university degree requirements and are taught by faculty dedicated to helping new students achieve academic success.

  • First-Year Seminar

    A first-year seminar is a course especially designed to help first-year students transition successfully into higher education. Kennesaw State University’s nationally-recognized, award-winning seminars are limited to 25 students, allowing you the opportunity to get to know your professor well and interact closely with your peers.

  • Information and Communications Technology

    ICT 2101, Information and Communications Technology, is a course focused on digital literacy. This course explores how computers and the Internet have revolutionized society and become an integral part of every profession.

  • M.S. in First-Year Studies

    In Fall 2015, Kennesaw State University will offer a fully online graduate degree program in First-Year Studies. The M.S. in First-Year Studies will equip participants with the knowledge of the transitions that first-year students face to prepare them to design, manage and deliver both curricular and co-curricular programs to help first-year students succeed.

 

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