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Learn about the admissions process, financial aid, scholarships and how to earn your degree at Wichita State



It's your time.
It's your money.
It's your degree.


If you're seriously thinking about completing your college degree, you have a lot of options. You can choose a low-cost program. You can choose a program with flexible options. Or, you can choose a program whose reputation moves your resume to the top of the pile.

But if you want all three, there's only one program in the running -- ours.

The WSU Complete program offers:

  • Eight-week class sessions offered during evenings, allowing you to complete your degree in as little as two years—all while still being able to work full time.
  • The ability to participate as a full-time student, making you eligible for financial aid opportunities not offered in other programs.
  • A degree from an accredited, highly respected state university. Over the years, independent surveys have shown local employers prefer hiring WSU graduates over those from other area schools.

Some WSU Complete program specifics

Who's eligible?
Anyone who has completed the equivalence of four semesters of college coursework, however options for those with less college experience are available.

What's the format?
Class sessions are offered in an eight-week format during evenings (generally two days a week). Students efficiently move through the program as a group, taking the guesswork out of meeting requirements necessary to earn their degrees.

Q: What is the cost of tuition?
The cost for WSU Complete courses are the standard tuition rate for undergrad courses at Wichita State.

» See a tuition and fees estimator.

What degrees are offered?
Criminal Justice
General Studies

» Get more details in our Frequently Asked Questions section
» How do I apply?