Catch the Summer Vibes and enroll in CSM courses!

The College of Science and Mathematics (CSM) offers summer courses that can help you get ahead, catch up and balance your workload across semesters!

All classes will be taught online. There will be no tuition differentials charged for summer online courses. In addition, Kennesaw State University (KSU) will waive all mandatory fees, excluding a technology fee and the special institutional fee, for students enrolled in courses for the summer of 2021. Choose from more than 2250 online courses.

Summer schedule is now available!

    • Take classes online! Maybe you’re going home for the Summer or have obligations that will take you away from campus. Check out the science and math courses available!
    • Feel Behind? Use Summer to Catch Up! Use the summer to take a class or two so you don’t have to worry about getting off track for graduation.
    • Keep the Momentum; Get Ahead! Give yourself the comfort of getting ahead in your classes! It’ll help ease the burden in the future!
    • Get general education courses out of the way. Knock out a general education course out of the way in a shorter term!
    • Concentrate Your Focus on Fewer Classes. Spend more time focusing on a smaller schedule. Get the extra help outside of class without the time restrictions from other classes!
    • Meet the Prerequisite for your Fall Classes. An important class standing in your way for Fall availability? Knock it out in Summer!
    • Smaller class sizes. Summer demand typically allows for smaller class sizes. The smaller classes provide you with more access to your professor too!
    • Check your Financial Aid. Some aid types exist for Summer - Check with Fin Aid!
    • Campus Benefits
      • Parking can be a hassle in the spring and fall semesters, but there’s less people here in summer!
      • Campus resources are here for you in Summer (SMART Center, Supplemental Instruction, Advising, Rec Center, etc...)!
    • Impress potential employers. Impress potential employers on your dedication to finish goals (and possibly finish early).
    • Make new friends. Because summer classes tend to be small, it’s easier to get to know your classmates!

    Registration for Summer 2021 starts March 12th!

    • Session
      First Day
      Last Day of Finals
    • May Session
      May 17
      May 28
    • 4-Week Session I
      June 1
      June 28-29
    • 4-Week Session II
      June 30
      July 28
    • 6-Week Session
      June 8
      July 19-20
    • 8-Week Session
      June 2
      July 28-30
    • 10-Week Session
      May 17
      July 28-30

    Holidays (no classes): May 31 and July 5

    View the Summer 2021 Academic Calendar »