Sustainability (BA)

Creighton University

Date Posted: Oct. 10, 2018
Submitted by: Claire Pope
Sustainability Topic: Curriculum
Content Type: Academic Programs
Program Type: Baccalaureate degree


Government, nonprofit, corporate and faith leaders – they’re all talking about sustainability. Through a major sustainability from Creighton University, students can find their voice in this conversation and help make a more livable future in your community and around the world.

Through courses taught by expert faculty in business, economics, sociology, communication, theology, philosophy, political science, biology, chemistry and more, the Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in sustainability equips students with a wide range of knowledge and skills. Students will 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 that interests them, developing their own particular interests in sustainability. In addition, all students will gain valuable hands-on experience through a sustainability internship.

As part of the Jesuit, Catholic educational experience, the program includes a personal reflection or “discernment” component. This provides a unique opportunity to reflect on your experience in the program and how students will commit to caring for creation, both now and in your career.

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