Our Programs

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Undergraduate Programs

The College of EHHS currently has 25 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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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.

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It's that time of year, again! For the 2019 Giving Tuesday season, the College of Education, Health and Human Services is featuring two incredibly impactful funds: The Aggarwal-Blackburn Visiting Scholars Program and the EHHS Graduate Research Award. From November 1- December 3 (Giving Tuesday), for every 15 unique donors who give $25+ to these funds, it will receive a $500 Bonus Participation Boost from the Kent State University Foundation!

  • A “featured researcher” is highlighted by each of the four EHHS schools once per year. These are faculty members who have been productive scholars, both in terms of the quality and quantity of their published work. In all cases, the featured researchers have produced research that will impact their field and enhance the reputation of our college and the university.

  • Organizers of the recent Voices for Change Educator’s Summit at Kent State University say the curriculum developed at the event can be used by teachers worldwide, so that the lessons of May 4, 1970, will continue to be shared. The summit, held in August, was one about 100 events planned for the 2019-20 academic year to support the 50th commemoration of May 4, 1970, the day when Ohio National Guardsmen opened fire on Kent State students protesting the U.S. invasion of Cambodia during the Vietnam War, killing four and wounding nine.

  • In its 2020 edition of Best Graduate Schools, U.S. News & World Report has ranked Kent State University in the top 100 of Best Graduate Education Schools.