Kent State University at Geauga: Majors & Ratings

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Kent State University at Geauga offers 8 majors and allows you to earn your associate's degree, bachelor's degree, or master's degree.

Below we list majors offered at Kent State University at Geauga as well as diplomas and certificates available for each major.

Agriculture Majors

Applied Horticulture
· associate's degree
Agriculture-Schools.com rating: Agriculture Program Rating - Fair
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Business Majors

Insurance
· bachelor's degree
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Computer Science Majors

Specific Applications Computer Programming
· associate's degree
Computer-Science-Schools.com rating: Computer Science Program Rating - Good
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Forestry Majors

Urban Forestry
· associate's degree
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General Studies Majors

Other Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities
· associate's degree - Popular
· bachelor's degree
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Management Majors

Health Care Administration and Management
· bachelor's degree
Best-Management-Schools.com rating: Management Program Rating - Fair
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Medical Majors

General Public Health
· master's degree
Health Care Administration and Management
· bachelor's degree
Med-Colleges.com rating: Medical Program Rating - Good
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Nursing Majors

Registered Nursing
· associate's degree
Best-Nursing-Colleges.com rating: Nursing Program Rating - Good
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Urban Development Majors

Urban Forestry
· associate's degree
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