Graduate Programs of Study


Doctor of Audiology – AuD

Doctor of Nursing Practice  DNP

Doctor of Nursing Practice, Specialization in Nurse Anesthesia - DNP

Doctor of Education – EdD

Specialist in Education – EdS

Doctor of Philosophy – PhD

Master of Arts – MA

Master of Arts in Teaching – MAT

Master of Business Administration – MBA

Master of Education – MEd

Master of Engineering – MEng

Master of Fine Arts – MFA

Master of Music – MM

Master of Music Education in Music Education – MME

Master of Public Administration – MPA

Master of Public Health – MPH

Master of Science – MS

Master of Science in Clinical Investigation Sciences – MSc

Master of Science in Dentistry  MSD

Master of Science in Nursing – MSN

Master of Science in Social Work – MSSW

Master of Urban Planning – MUP

Graduate Certificates – CERT

Programs for Certified Teachers (Rank 1)

Endorsements for Certified Teachers

College of Arts and Sciences

College of Business

School of Dentistry

College of Education and Human Development










Graduate School

Kent School of Social Work and Family Science

School of Medicine

School of Music

School of Nursing

School of Public Health and Information Sciences

J.B. Speed School of Engineering

Dual Degree Programs

A dual degree program is a formalized path of study that allows a student to pursue two different degrees at the same time, either at the same institution or at different institutions, and possibly complete them in less time than it would take to earn them separately. The two degrees may be in the same subject or in two different subjects; they may be at the same level (e.g., master's-master's) or at two different levels (e.g., doctoral-master's). Students must meet the admission requirements for both degree programs. Other limitations or requirements may apply, depending on the program.

Dual degree programs allow students to earn two master's degrees in cases where there is synergy between the two programs. Course work which is common to both degree programs, or courses which provide similar learning outcomes, may be proposed to count for both degrees with justification of the overlap in learning outcomes of the courses. A dual-degree program that pairs two 30-hour programs may apply nine (9) credit hours of overlapping course work toward each degree, for a total of 51 combined credit hours. A variance may be requested to apply additional coursework for dual-degree programs with higher total credit hours.

Interested individuals may click on the links below for additional information.

Dual Dentistry-Graduate Degree Programs

Dual Law-Graduate Degree Programs

Dual Medicine-Graduate Degree Programs

Dual Graduate-Graduate Degree Programs

The links below lead to the university's online learning website. For curriculum information on a particular program, please refer to the corresponding program page in this catalog.

Online Doctoral Degrees

Online Master's Degrees

Online Graduate Certificates

Teaching Endorsements