Associate degrees are two-year degree of a technical or general nature offered only on the Regional Campuses. Associate degrees can also allow students to complete general education requirements through a two-year program, for later transfer into a four-year degree. The following associate degree programs are offered at Kent State (Campus):
Majors & Degrees
Kent State University Geauga and Twinsburg Academic Center offers a wide range of certificate, associate, and bachelor's degree programs, such as our BSN nursing degree program and Bachelor of Science in Middle Childhood Education. Students can complete all required coursework for certificates, associate degrees, and bachelor's degree programs without ever leaving our campus. We also offer the first two years of coursework applicable to many of the 282 academic programs available at Kent State University.
Bachelor’s degree programs demonstrate a completed general and broad education with focus in a specific area and are typically completed in four-six years. The following bachelor’s degrees are offered in their entirety on the Kent State (Campus) campus, or you can start one of over 280 degrees in the Kent State system.
Students may complete undergraduate university requirements and Kent Core courses at Kent State University at Geauga, the Twinsburg Academic Center, or any campus/location, and the major requirements online. The degree would be awarded by the approved campus or college. Additional fees are assessed for online courses.
Certificates offer students the opportunity to learn specific career skills or professional certification in order to gain employment or advance/specialize in their careers. Kent State Geauga and the Twinsburg Academic Center offer certificate coursework in the following areas:
A college minor is a set of courses that a student takes to complement or enhance the value of their major. Generally, students who wish to earn a minor have to take five to six courses that pertain to the subject field.