Thank you for your interest in a KSU Masters program. Your application will go through various stages, the Office of Global Education and Programs stage being the final stage.
You will first apply to the university through the Office of Graduate Admissions. You can also discuss your case directly with the graduate admissions liaison.
Once the Office of Graduate Admissions determines that your application is complete they will work with your particular program’s director to assess your admission status. Admission decisions are made, and admissions letters are issued directly, by the department. The student is usually notified via in an email, with an admission/acceptance letter attached as an email attachment.
Once your admission has been finalized, the Office of Global Education and Programs will begin working on your F-1 visa. Visit this page for full details about how that process works.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.
Feel free to contact your particular program for more information or to check your admission status.
Masters Degree in:
Computer Science Technology
Special Education with a Certification in Learning Behavior Disorders *
Master of Science degree in Aquaculture/Aquatic Sciences
James H. Tidwell, Ph.D.
Professor and Chair, Division of Aquaculture
Aquaculture Research Center
Frankfort, KY 40601
Master of Science in Computer Science Technology
Chi Shen, PhD
Associate Professor, Computer Science
Interim Chair, Division of Computer and Technical Sciences
314 F, Hathaway Hall
Masters in Environmental Studies
Kazi R. Javed, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Chemistry
Master of Business Administration
Stephen Graham-Hill, Ph.D.
Interim Chair, School of Business
105 Bradford Hall
Master of Public Administration
Dr. Arthur Hayden
School of Public Administration, Social Work & Criminal Justice
Master of Arts in Special Education with a Certification in Learning Behavior Disorders (MA-LBD, P-12) (*NOTE: This program is 100% online and does not qualify international students to be eligible for an F-1 visa.)
Dr. Beverly Downing
Chair of School of Education