Columbus Program in Intergovernmental Issues
Department of Political Science
302 Bowman Hall
The Columbus Program in Intergovernmental Issues provides students the opportunity to experience firsthand the public policy making process in Ohio’s state capital while earning a full semester’s credit toward graduation. The program is a unique learning community and requires full-time residence in Columbus during the fall semester. The program is offered, in part, with the cooperation of Kent State alumni living and working in the greater Columbus area and, thus, offers students excellent career networking opportunities.
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The program is open to students from all academic disciplines who have completed at least 45 credit hours of college coursework with a minimum 2.500 overall GPA.
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Students receive 15 credit hours of academic credit, broken down as follows: 6 credit hours for attending regular briefings; 6 credit hours for completing an internship in Columbus; and 3 credit hours for completing the requirements while residing in Columbus.