College of Arts & Sciences | Kent State University

College of Arts & Sciences

Welcome to the College of Arts and Sciences, the intellectual heart of Kent State University! The undergraduate and graduate programs in the College encompass humanities, social sciences, natural and mathematical sciences. These programs are offered through 16 academic departments and several centers and institutes. We offer associate’s, baccalaureate, master’s, and doctoral degree programs in a wide range of fields. Students can enhance their academic experience in a number of ways by digging deeply into research, field experiences, studying abroad, or participating in a learning community, just to name a few.
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Study Abroad

Students in Arts & Sciences can take advantage of study abroad opportunities all over the world.  We offer 21 programs in 13 countries, including our summer program in Florence, Italy.

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PRE-HEALTH

This website serves as a portal to provide students with the information necessary to find their path within the health care field. The College of Arts and Sciences has provided resources for both prospective and current students, to assist you at any stage of your journey. The information below is designed to help students understand the many career paths available and the steps to take to be prepared for admission.

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Integrated Sciences Building

Join us in celebrating the grand opening of the Integrated Sciences Building!

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