545academic programs offered by Kent State's 11 colleges
8,500courses offered throughout the eight-campus system
1,500curricular changes proposed by colleges annually

Curriculum is a chief asset of the university, one that helps define Kent State's unique character. Because curriculum remains healthy through change, it maintains the value of programs for our students.

Curriculum development and maintenance are the responsibility of faculty. The Office of Curriculum Services, under the auspices of the provost, is responsible for analyzing, facilitating and monitoring proposed changes and the implementation of those changes as approved by governing bodies. The office staff reviews and implements approximately 1,500 curricular changes annually.

The Curriculum Services staff is committed to providing accurate curriculum processing in an efficient manner to ensure quality program content and to benefit Kent State students with the desired knowledge and experiences that will make them highly marketable once they graduate and take their place in society.

Number of Academic Programs and Courses for Academic Year 2018-2019
Associate Degrees 5
Majors 24
Concentrations 21
Bachelor’s Degrees 13
Majors (1) 133
Concentrations 196
Master’s Degrees 23
Majors (1) 108
Concentrations 146
Post-Master’s Degrees 1
Majors 6
Doctoral Degrees 4
Majors 48
Concentrations 23
Total Degrees 46
Total Majors 319
Certificates Undergraduate 20
Post-Bachelor’s 25
Post-Master’s 12
Undergraduate Minors 169
Courses (2) 8,510
  1. Majors in multiple degrees are counted separately (e.g., the Physics major within the BA and BS degrees is counted twice). Majors that have admissions suspended temporary are included in the count.
  2. Not included in this count are courses on hold pending inactivation.