Course Offerings and Internships

Courses at Kent State Geneva are offered in the following academic disciplines:

  • Business & Management
  • International Relations/Political Science
  • Media Communications
  • Computer Science
  • History/European Studies
  • Psychology
  • Photography & Design
  • Internship Program

Courses are subject to change, and each term new courses may be added or substituted. Students are required to enroll in and maintain enrollment in a minimum of 12 semester credit hours. Registration for classes will take place prior to departure with the assistance of the Kent State University Office of Global Education. It is essential to consult with an academic advisor regarding course selection, and it is recommended that students obtain transient credit approval for at least five to six courses in case first choices do not end up being available. As with any university course offerings, there is a possibility of course cancellation due to low enrollment or other curriculum changes.

Past and current course offerings/schedules may be viewed by visiting Webster University's website.


During the course of your semester program, you can work with an NGO (Non-Governmental Organization) or Non-Profit in downtown Geneva.  These are unpaid internships that will require equal time spent in class and working for the internship.  A corresponding internship course will meet every other week for a group discussion. Students in an internship will enroll in at least 12 credit hours of course work in addition to spending 15 hours per week at the internship.  The internship program is a challenging and rewarding experience, and although the internship placements are unpaid, academic credit is awarded upon successful completion of the internship and Internship Seminar course.

Possible Internship Organizations