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Undergraduate Admissions

For the undergraduate degree completion programs at the Edwards Campus, most transfer students should have already completed the majority of their general education requirements and prerequisites. The upper-level courses for these programs are offered at the Edwards Campus. Undergraduate transfer students are admitted for fall, spring or summer semesters.

The business administration, exercise science, information technology and social work undergraduate programs offered on the Edwards Campus have additional application requirements. Contact the program advisor for more details.

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Graduate Admissions

Each graduate program offered on the Edwards Campus has its own specific application and fee requirements. Be sure to contact the advisor for your program of interest with questions. All students must be admitted to the KU Graduate School in order to enroll in graduate-level courses.

Some graduate programs require you take the Graduate Records Exam (GRE) or the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) before being admitted. You can prepare for these exams by taking the practice tests available in the computer labs at the Edwards Campus.

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