Information For Graduate Students
About Graduate Studies at Kent State
Kent State University, with its eight-campus system in Northeast Ohio, serves the state and nation with excellence by preparing students for scholarly, research and professional careers. Kent State’s extensive offerings include 23 master’s degrees in 108 majors and 146 concentrations, five doctoral degrees in 39 majors and 30 concentrations, one post-master’s degree in six majors, 37 certificates and a variety of non-degree options.
College of the Arts Graduate Coordinators
SCHOOL OF ART
SCHOOL OF FASHION
Dr. J. Kim
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
SCHOOL OF THEATRE AND DANCE
Dr. Yuko Kurahashi
COLLEGE OF THE ARTS ADVISING
The College of the Arts Advising Office provides administrative support to its constituent schools and is available to help graduate students with the following tasks:
- Apply for graduation
- File a thesis or dissertation
- Undertake a change of registration
- Request a time extension for a graduate degree
- Request transient credit approval
- Verify transient credit
- Verify coursework for combined undergraduate/graduate degrees
- Deal with other concerns that their advisor may be unable to address
Graduate students with questions about any of these topics should contact our office at 330-672-2760.
STYLE GUIDE AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREPARING THESES AND DISSERTATIONS
The College of the Arts has developed a Thesis and Dissertation Style Guide. Access the guide at the link below.