College of Communication & Information | Kent State University

College of Communication & Information

Focused on integrative research and professional practice, the Schools of Communication Studies, Digital Sciences, Information, Journalism and Mass Communication and Visual Communication Design comprise the College of Communication and Information at Kent State University, making it the only college in the nation to combine a mix of digital sciences, visual communication design, journalism and mass communication, information sciences and communication studies in its curriculum. The College of Communication and Information has a reputation for collaborative, applied and theoretical research that provides a first-class education for the next generations of communicators and leaders.
A professor in the School of Communication Studies gives a lecture to students majoring in disciplines across the College of Communication and Information.

Schools and Programs

We educate students to meet their goals as well as the needs of society. Education at all levels promotes the development and application of theoretical foundations and creative experiences through interaction with a dedicated faculty of scholars and professionals.

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The College of Communication and Information incorporates global curricula into all of its programs.

Global Initiatives

Whether your future plans include graduate school, working in the international arena, or working in the U.S., a carefully planned study abroad or study away experience will help you become more independent and self-confident.

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Ph.D. graduate

Ph.D. In Communication & Information

The doctoral program in the College of Communication and Information prepares students for careers as scholars in the disciplines of communication and information.

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Schools in CCI

The Kent State University College of Communication and Information is one of the only colleges within the United States that has such a unique combination of communication, information and visual disciplines in one academic college.