Demand high for UofL’s new sustainability classes
The University of Louisville is the first of its kind when it comes to sustainability. This fall, UofL became the first school in Kentucky to offer degree programs in sustainability.
The program focuses on the three pillars of sustainability – economics, social impacts and the environment. According to Justin Mog, assistant to the provost for sustainability initiatives, the interdisciplinary program helps students prepare for careers in universities, corporations and government agencies.
“It’s so exciting because students can now, not only stop ignoring but start exploring some of the key issues that are facing humanity right now,” Mog said.
Check out more about the program below: