Kent State University in Kent, Ohio offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees, as well as a select number of online degrees. Areas of study include accounting, general business, computer forensics and information security, evaluation and measurement, and middle childhood education with a focus in language arts and science.
Kent State's Bachelor in Business Administration in Accounting looks at basic accounting principles and prepares students for entry level jobs in business. Students study market processes and activities, business communication, the influence of globalization and the ethics of business decisions. Students can also opt for the five-year Bachelor of Business Administration and the Master of Science in Accounting combined program.
The Bachelor of Business Administration in General Business offers a broad exposure to business. Students do not specialize in a particular field and can also opt for a minor/certificate in Computer Forensics and Information Security. Classes include Network Forensics, Local Area Network Security Fundamentals and Survey of Information Security, Internet Fraud and Computer Forensics.
The Master of Education in Evaluation and Measurement teaches research and program-oriented value-added assessment and evidence-based practice. Students can also pursue a B.S.E. in Middle Childhood Education that focuses on chemistry, biology and other basic science fields in addition to language art skills such as writing, grammar and literature.