Sustainability  >  Curriculum

Creighton's College of Arts and Sciences offers quite a few different ways to incorporate sustainability into the curriculum, including several majors and minors.

 

Through courses taught by expert faculty in a variety of disciplines, the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in Sustainability equips students with a wide range of knowledge and skills. They'll gain the ability to problem-solve successfully with others in formulating, recommending and implementing sustainable solutions. Students can choose to take some courses in an area of interest, and developing their own particular interests in sustainability. In addition, all students will gain valuable hands-on experience through a sustainability internship.

 

The Creighton Energy Technology Program is designed to address the significant energy challenges facing our global society. Through a core foundation in science and math, our students develop the expertise to develop innovative, holistic solutions to energy problems.  Group projects provide direct contact with companies and industry partners across the region, while humanities and social science requirements are satisfied in the context of applied science classes. The program offers a both a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Arts in Sustainable Energy Science, as well as a Minor in Sustainable Energy.

 

Environmental Science is a Bachelor of Science degree program within the Creighton University College of Arts and Sciences.  The program provides multidisciplinary science training to prepare students for graduate and professional school studies and for employment in fields of environmental science. The major offers four distinct tracks: (1) Global Environmental Systems (2) Environmental Analysis and Pollution (3) Organismal/Population Ecology  and (4) Environmental Policy and Society.

 

There are quite a few classes offered throughout the college in various disciplines.  More are being added every year.