At NKU, two of our main focuses are education and scholarly engagement. Currently, NKU offers a host of courses that are either sustainability based or include content related to sustainability. These include courses in environmental science, geology, geography, biology, sociology, and anthropology.
Environmental Science is a discipline that focuses on:
NKU offers both a B.S in Environmental Science and a B.A. in Environmental Science.
The B.A. in Environmental Science offers four distinct tracks:
To find out more about this track, click here for the program's website.
To find out more about the B.S. in Environmental Science, click here.
Environmental Studies is a discipline that focuses on developing an understanding of the relationships between humans and the environment, along with the impact that humans have on their environment.
Some career paths for Environmental Studies majors include:
BUS 230 LEGAL ENVIRONMENT (3 CREDITS)
CMGT 323 LAND PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT (3 CREDITS)
GEO 309 ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY: AMERICAN LANDSCAPE (3 CREDITS)
GEO 340 SUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEMS (3 CREDITS)
HEA 270 COMMUNITY HEALTH (3 CREDITS)
HIS 465 NATURE AND DEVELOPMENT IN LATIN AMERICA (3 CREDITS)
LAW 324 ENVIRONMENTAL LAW (3 CREDITS)
PHI 309 GLOBAL ETHICS (3 CREDITS)
PSC 445 SUSTAINABILITY (3 CREDITS)
SOC 371 ENVIRONMENT, SOCIETY, AND PUBLIC HEALTH (3 CREDITS)