It's an exciting time, in an evolving field.
Communication is constantly changing the way we work, think and do business. Graduates of the School of Communication Studies are prepared for careers across every industry – from international organizations, to the health industry and nonprofit organizations, governmental agencies, marketing and business. The program allows students flexibility to declare a concentration (applied, global, health, interpersonal, mediated, organizational or public communication), earn a minor, study abroad or gain internships and practical experience – all while finishing the degree.
Students feel at home.
In the School of Communication Studies at Kent State University, we want you to feel at home, and a part of our community. Earning a bachelor's or master's degree in communication affords you boundless opportunities, giving you the chance to pursue the career of your dreams. We've built our programs to allow for integrated perspectives of communication, combining theoretical knowledge and practical skills for our students, for more than 80 years.
Award winning programs and faculty
The School of Communication Studies at Kent State has been ranked a top three program by Education-Portal.net and DegreeDirectory.org, among others. Our diverse faculty include renowned communication scholars and researchers as well as distinguished teachers, each with unique teaching and research interests. Many have served as division chairs of national communications associations or as editorial board members for communication journals.
A top-ranked School at a University with a small town feel.
The School of Communication Studies graduate program has previously been named a top three Communication program by DegreeDirectory.org and Education-Portal.com. International students will join a tight knit School with boundless opportunity to study communication at the undergraduate and graduate level, from a variety of perspectives.