Bachelor of Integrative Studies: is for individuals who wish to take a multi-disciplinary, individualized approach to the design of an educational program while maintaining a focus on career and professional goals.
Bachelor of Science in Educational Studies: is for individuals who wish to function as educators in human services and resource settings such as business and industry, religious, community, or interest and advocacy groups.
Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies: is for individuals who want a wide variety of skills/knowledge such as civic engagement, computer literacy, critical thinking, diversity/internationalization, ethics, information literacy, leadership, self-management, oral and written communication, and statistical thinking.
This not only depends on your academic history (how many credits you have earned, etc.), but also the degree program you choose and how many classes you would like to take at a given time. You can take one, two, three or more classes at a time, the choice is yours. Prior to beginning classes, you will work with Deanna to design a degree completion plan that will fit your lifestyle.
The Degree Completion program is designed to meet the needs of working adults. Convenient and flexible, we strive to find courses and a schedule that will best fit your individual needs. You will have the option to take on-campus and online classes, as well as day, evening, and weekend classes.
All college-level courses taken at a regionally accredited Ohio college or university will transfer with a grade of D or better if taken fall 2005 and later. Ohio courses taken prior to fall 2005 will transfer with a grade of C or better. All college-level courses taken at a regionally accredited non-Ohio college or university and international credit will transfer with a grade of D or better if taken fall 2010 and later. Prior to fall 2010, out of state courses and international credit will transfer with a grade of C or better.
To find out how courses you have taken at your previous institution(s) will transfer to Kent State, view the Transfer Credit Guide. This information is published and updated to help you see how your prior learning will transfer.