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Connect Your Learning to Your Passion

In the College of Arts & Sciences you build the skills you need for the future in a subject you love. Research from employers indicates the top skills needed are aligned with a liberal arts education.

  • Knowledge of human cultures and the physical and natural world
  • Intellectual and practical skills
  • Personal and social responsibility
  • Integrative and applied learning

All of these skills are reinforced in our programs but embedded within our major content areas such as anthropology, theatre, environmental science, English, political science, chemistry, to name just a few. Check out our 100+ academic programs, including minors and microcredentials.

Where are A&S Graduates Employed?

Our graduates are employed in a wide array of jobs with companies such as Proctor & Gamble, Microsoft, Siemens Industry, the City of Covington, Medpace, Simon and Schuster publishing, and Franklin Templeton Investments to name just a few. Our students have job titles such as:

  • Urban Forester
  • Sales Coordinator
  • Sustainability Manager
  • Game Designer
  • Immigration Attorney
  • Quality Engineer
  • Field Geophysicist 

How Much Money Do A&S Graduates Make?

There is a lot of diversity in the careers of our graduates, so you can imagine there is wide span of salaries. Information on different majors suggest that A&S graduates have significant earning potential. 

Explore Your Options

Internships, co-ops, research and creative experiences are provided throughout our programs. Career exploration courses are a part of the curriculum. Our faculty adn staff, in partnership with Career Services, assist students in identifying and obtaining opportunities in their fields. 

Double Major - Expand the Possibilities

Double Major - Expand the Possibilities

Caitlin graduated with degrees in French and Sociology and now works as a Client Technical Analyst at CDK Global in Cincinnati.
Study Abroad - Find Your Passion

Study Abroad - Find Your Passion

Mitch, a biology graduate, works as a Rapid Response/Emergency Manager in Nigeria for the Danish Refugee Council.
Make a Difference

Make a Difference

Crystal uses her Sociology degree and environmental science minor as an Urban Forester for the City of Covington.
Philosophy + Mathematics = Investment Consultant

Philosophy + Mathematics = Investment Consultant

Kyle was a Philosophy major and Mathematics minor at NKU, now he is a Senior Advisor Consultant at Franklin Templeton Investments.