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Students interested in this dual degree option must apply separately and be accepted by both the School of Library and Information Science and the College of Business Administration.
Each program makes an independent admission decision based on their admission policies and procedures. Check with each program for admission requirements and with the Division of Graduate Studies to have your application materials applied to both admission applications.
For information on the admissions policies and procedures for the M.L.I.S., please visit the M.L.I.S. admissions page. Questions about the M.L.I.S. application and required documentation should be directed to the School of Library and Information Science at email@example.com or 330-672-2782.
Questions about the Master of Business Administration admissions policies, procedures and required documentation should be directed to the College of Business Administration at firstname.lastname@example.org or 330-672-2282.
Note: In order to be compliant with federal and state laws related to online education and consumer protection, Kent State University may not be able offer online programs to students residing in certain states. In addition, some state laws may impose limitations that could affect a program of study, including inability to offer on-ground internships. Since this compliance undergoes continuous updates, non-Ohio residents interested in pursuing any School of Library and Information Science programs are advised to consult official Kent State information on state authorization before applying to this program.