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  • Curriculum and Instruction

    The Curriculum and Instruction program provides a wide range of graduate study opportunities in progressive, research-based curriculum and teaching practices. more >

  • Applied Mathematics

    Applied Mathematics is for those interested in becoming professional scholars, college and university teachers, or independent workers in private, industrial or government research institutions. more >

  • Anthropology

    The research-oriented M.A. in Anthropology provides training in cultural anthropology, archaeology, and biological anthropology, preparing students for study in a doctoral degree program or employment. more >

  • Creative Writing

    The M.F.A. in Creative Writing is a unique collaborative program that allows students to take advantage of faculty across four universities and to concentrate in the writing of poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction and playwriting. more >

  • Biomedical Sciences - Physiology (Interdisciplinary)

    The interdisciplinary program in Biomedical Sciences–Physiology prepares graduates in areas that include cardiovascular, pulmonary, endocrine and neuroendocrine, reproductive or exercise physiology. more >

  • Biomedical Sciences - Pharmacology

    The multidisciplinary program in Biomedical Sciences–Pharmacology provides opportunity to conduct research in molecular targeting, drug design and drug delivery in developing new approaches to treat disease. more >

  • Biomedical Sciences - Neurosciences

    Biomedical Sciences-Neurosciences is an inter-institutional program offering areas of research such as behavioral neuroscience, sensory neuroscience, developmental neuroscience, and neurodegenerative diseases. more >

  • Biomedical Sciences - Biological Anthropology

    The Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences–Biological Anthropology prepares graduates to teach both human anatomy and other cognate fields (e.g., neuroanatomy, cell biology, physiology) at most medical schools. more >

  • Biology

    The M.A. in Biology is for students wishing to gain additional knowledge in biological sciences and are not looking towards a career in biological research. The M.S. in Biology provides an advanced degree for working biologists in various professions. more >

  • Applied Geology

    The Ph.D. in Applied Geology prepares students for careers in industry and academic institutions where research into the application of geological principles focuses on solution to basic and applied research questions. more >

  • Biological Sciences - Physiology

    The M.S. and Ph.D. in Biological Sciences–Physiology offers study on a broad range of topics, including endocrinology, neuroscience, immunology, reproductive biology and other regulatory systems. more >

  • Biological Sciences - Ecology

    The M.S. and Ph.D. in Biological Sciences—Ecology provides opportunities to study in areas such as animal behavior, entomology, microbial ecology, ornithology, systems ecology, systematic and evolutionary biology and vertebrate ecology. more >

  • Psychological Science

    The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Psychological Science offers doctoral education and training in psychological science and prepares students for careers in research and teaching. more >

  • Business Administration

  • Nutrition

    The Nutrition M.S. degree at Kent State University emphasizes nutrition sciences and research directed toward advanced specialization in the field of... more >

  • Physics

    We invite you to take a look at our physics graduate program at Kent State. more >

  • School Psychology

  • Mathematics

  • Clinical Psychology

    The Clinical Psychology program adheres to the Clinical Scientist model of education and training. Students may receive specialized training in adult psychopathology, assessment, child, health, or neuropsychology. more >

  • Educational Psychology

  • History

  • Library and Information Science

  • Political Science

    The M.A. and Ph.D. in Political Science offer study in three concentrations: American Politics and Policy, Conflict Analysis and Management, and Transnational and Comparative Politics and Policy. more >

  • Audiology

    The Au.D. is a professional doctorate that prepares students to be licensed clinical audiologists, while the M.A. and Ph.D. programs in Audiology are non-clinical programs. more >

  • Health Education and Promotion

    Health Education and Promotion borrows from many disciplines, including community organization, education, medicine and psychology to prepare graduates for work in schools, government agencies, hospitals and non-profit agencies. more >