Academic Affairs Response to Covid-19
An ad-hoc Academic Continuity Committee was formed to create temporary policies, procedures and guidelines relating to academic affairs in response to Covid-19. To view these procedures and for continuous updates, please click here.
Temporary Guidelines Regarding Dissertation and Thesis Defenses Extended Through August 12, 2020.
Given the suspension of face-to-face instruction and mitigation efforts to break the cycle of contagion of the COVID-19 virus, thesis and dissertation defenses and pre-defenses may be held with all members of the committee and the candidate participating remotely. Students who are scheduled to defend their dissertation or thesis prior to July 4 should contact their dissertation/thesis committee chair as soon as possible. Arrangements will be made for your defense to be held remotely. For a copy of our guiding principles and guidelines, click on this link to the Temporary Guidelines for Thesis and Dissertation Defenses and Comprehensive Examinations.
Due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus (COVID19) and out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of students, faculty and staff, Kent State University is following Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s recommendations and has reduced on-campus operations. Please be assured that we continue our business operations as per usual while working remotely. If you have questions or need assistance with your graduate application email firstname.lastname@example.org. For all other questions, please contact the Division of Graduate Studies staff directly or email email@example.com.
Clinical Epidemiology Program Nationally Ranked
During these uncertain times, public health has never been more important to maintaining a health society – and Kent State’s online M.S. in clinical epidemiology in the College of Public Health is rated among the best in the country! View the rankings at www.mphonline.org/best-online-masters-epidemiology/. For program information, visit www.kent.edu/publichealth/master-science-clinical-epidemiology.
Kent State University, with its eight-campus system in Northeast Ohio, serves the state and nation with excellence by preparing students for scholarly, research and professional careers. Kent State’s extensive offerings include 23 master’s degrees in 108 majors and 146 concentrations, five doctoral degrees in 39 majors and 30 concentrations, one post-master’s degree in six majors, 37 certificates and a variety of non-degree options.
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