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Salmon P. Chase College of Law

The Digital Revolution ushered in exciting and complex legal problems that require an upgraded, sophisticated lawyer to solve. At NKU Chase, we deliver a distinctive legal education designed to transform you into a next generation lawyer.



College of Arts and Sciences

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.



Haile College of Business 

The Haile/US Bank College of Business is a great place to learn and work. Students in the Haile/US Bank College of Business obtain the skills, abilities, and knowledge needed to succeed in business. Our high-quality faculty are dedicated to students and their development as future business leaders.  Our students, faculty, alumni, and friends make us a great college of business.



College of Education

The College of Education offers teacher certification programs to undergraduate students in the following areas:  Early Childhood (Birth-5 years); Elementary Education (P-5); and Middle Grades Education (5-9).  The college also offers Health and Physical Education certification (P-12) as well as P-12 Special Education certification, which must be paired with another education program.



College of Health and Human Services

The College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) was founded in 2009 with a focus on promoting an innovative environment to facilitate excellence in academic scholarship, engagement, practice, leadership, lifelong learning, and interprofessional education within a global context to promote health.



College of Informatics

A degree from the College of Informatics offers a 21st century perspective on the disciplines that have information at their core. We are home to the departments of Communication, Computer Science, and Business Informatics.



Honors College

The Honors College prepares students for a lifetime of success by building such critical skills as understanding diverse points-of-view, communication and collaboration, information evaluation, and innovative thinking–so they can spearhead the next generation of achievement.