Kentucky State University provides degree pathways to meet the needs of its students. The true test of an institution’s quality is whether its graduates have learned to think for themselves. Every baccalaureate degree program at the University is designed to provide students with a sound liberal studies education and the more specialized skills derived from the disciplined study of individual subject matter. Together, the University’s General Education (Liberal Studies) Requirements and specific academic degree requirements provide students with an exceptional comprehensive education so they may excel in their chosen endeavors.
Students have the opportunity to receive an associate (two-year) degree in two disciplines, a baccalaureate (four-year) degree in 22 majors, several of which have tracks allowing students to specialize in an area, a master’s degree in eight disciplines, and a doctoral degree in nursing practice. Planning your pathway is a critical first step. The following curriculum guides are designed to give you a clear pathway to graduation in your chosen discipline.