Our Programs

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Undergraduate Programs

The College of EHHS currently has 27 undergraduate degree programs, 18 minors, and 4 certificates to help prepare you for your career. There are many opportunities for students to gain valuable experience through internships, practicum opportunities, study abroad, and research. Please read more for program specific information.

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Graduate Programs

The College of EHHS currently has 25 Master’s programs and 14 Doctoral programs, including Doctor of Philosophy, Doctor of Audiology and Doctor of Education degrees. The breadth of these offerings, coupled with faculty expertise and experience in research and teaching, makes our college an ideal place to pursue graduate study in the disciplines related to education, health and human services. Please read on for program specific information.

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Online Programs

The College of EHHS offers several graduate degrees, concentrations and certificates 100% online. With the working professional in mind, our college is dedicated to providing quality education on an online platform. Please read on for more information about our online offerings.

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Our Strategic Plan

In 2017, our college embarked on a strategic planning process to help us better tell our story both internally and externally. With a common focus and vision in mind, we have established our 2019-2024 Strategic Plan.

Learn more about our Strategic Plan

Graduate Admissions is once again offering a free application week October 20-27, 2020. 

  • #EHHSChats Series

    Join us! The College of EHHS will be hosting 45-minute remote sessions with an interactive presentation and plenty of time for Q&A on topics that might make college go a little smoother. Use the links below to join the sessions through Microsoft Teams.  

  • Kendra Minichello has just begun her sophomore year at Kent State. Her mother, Stacie Minichello graduated from the university in 1995. Over the summer, Kendra and Stacie were happy to answer questions about their Kent State experiences and share how attending Kent State is a tradition in their family.

  • Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, most universities across the United States transitioned from face-to-face classes to remote learning, closed campuses and sent students home this past spring. Recently, a group of Kent State University researchers sought to examine the impact of these pandemic-related changes upon physical activity and sedentary behavior, specifically sitting, across the university population. 

  • As we celebrate Homecoming Week, we look back through years of students who pursued various degrees and went on to lead inspiring lives with fulfilling careers- some of which went on to become educators. Since the inception of Kent State’s Normal School in 1910, thousands of students have been trained in pedagogy and curriculum to become future teachers. Upon graduation, these educators have been sent into schools with the mission to educate and support the future generations of learners.