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Student Information and Helpful Links


The links below can help you find important information regarding your academic career. 

Degree Programs in the College of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

Future and New Students

Transferring from another University or Community/Technical College

Information for students currently attending EKU

Graduate Students (new or current)


Future and New Students

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Degree Program Curriculum Planners for College of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

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Dining and meal Plan Information

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Transfer Students

Transfer students are strongly urged to meet with the Academic Specialist for their major within the College of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics immediately after they complete the assessment of their work at the Student Outreach & Transition Office in Student Services Building, Room 129. This will ensure that students receive the maximum credit possible for hours completed at their prior institution. Failure to meet with an Academic Specialist could delay the student’s graduation date and/or lead to more course work to fulfill requirements for degree programs at Eastern.


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Graduate Students

Graduate students should visit the Graduate Education and Research webpage in order to find information on graduate admissions, entrance exam requirements, thesis guidelines, graduate assistantships, and much more.

The College of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics offers several Graduate degree programs as well as dual degree programs which allows students to receive their B.S. degree and M.S. degree in 5 years.  Below are our current Graduate programs.  For more information on individual programs, contact the department chair or graduate advisor.

Technology Management, M.S. (concentrations in Agriculture Operations; Engineering Operations; Construction Management; Cyber Systems Tech Security).

Biology, M.S.  (Thesis and Non-Thesis Tracks)

Chemistry, M.S. (Thesis and Non-Thesis Tracks)

Computer Science, M.S. (concentrations in Artificial Intelligence in Data Science; Cyber Security and Digital Forensics; Game Design)

Applied Mathematics, M.A. (concentration in Secondary Mathematics; Applied Mathematics and Statistics)