By Ohio.com staff
Kent State University’s College of Architecture and Environmental Design has announced that it will begin offering three new master's degrees this fall.
The college designed the degrees to better prepare interior designers, architects, and other design professionals for the increasing demands of today's modern work environment.
The three new degree offerings are Master of Landscape Architecture, Master of Health Care Design, and Master of Science in Architecture and Environmental Design.
The Chancellor of the Ohio Board of Regents granted final approval for the degrees on Dec. 22, 2013.
Kent State has principal architects in 23 of the 25 largest architecture firms in Northeast Ohio, and school officials believe that the school will have an even greater and more beneficial impact on the community by offering the new degrees. Representatives from the College of Architecture and Environmental Design are actively seeking students for the new degree programs.
Fo more information on each of the three new degrees being offered this fall, click here.
To learn more about Kent State’s College of Architecture and Environmental Design and its new degree programs, visit www.kent.edu="">