About the College
When it comes to a college education, students should have exciting choices for courses, degrees, and related learning experiences.
NKU’s College of Arts and Sciences offers degree options in visual and performing arts, humanities, mathematics, natural sciences, behavioral and social sciences, organizational leadership, and engineering.
At present, the college has approximately 5000 undergraduate and 250 graduate students enrolled in programs taught and supported by more than 500 faculty and staff.
The College of Arts and Sciences creates and sustains a community of lifelong learners in a nurturing environment that emphasizes literacy, critical thinking, and humanistic and scientific inquiry across diverse fields of disciplinary and interdisciplinary study.
The College promotes the free and rigorous pursuit of knowledge, respect for differing points of view and global cultures, appreciation for personal expression in all its artistic forms, and challenges and rewards of community involvement.