WKU in Elizabethtown – Fort Knox
Administered by the WKU Division of Extended Learning & Outreach (DELO)
We bring Western Kentucky University to you through a wide variety of academic programs, resources, non-credit programs and student support to help you reach higher.
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A full list of degrees available at WKU in Elizabethtown–Fort Knox can be found on
the academic programs page. Over 50 online degrees are also available, so you can earn your degree close to home and utilize the resources
of WKU in Elizabethtown–Fort Knox.
Criminologists study factors such as when and where crimes are most often committed, the reasons for criminal behavior, and the types of crimes most often committed.
For those interested in helping others and who want to understand why people behave the way they do.
A rewarding and challenging field for people who are interested in making a difference in the lives of people and their communities.
Designed for students who are interested in pursuing a health and human sciences related career.
Provides a broad business perspective for students who wish to be involved in profit or goal management responsibilities.
A beneficial mix of general education, theory, ethics and procedure stressing understanding and reasoning rather than rote learning of facts.
Designed to further awareness and understanding of social life including the social causes and consequences of human behavior in groups, organizations, societies, and various cultures.
Prepares students to serve as reflective decision makers in instructional settings for diverse learners. Some of the education programs we offer are:
Engineering Technology Management
Prepares you for leadership positions that support innovation and global competitiveness within business, industry or workforce development.
When you're ready to REACH HIGHER –
Course Delivery Formats
Classes taught with instructor on site
Real-time video streaming between campus locations
Web-based courses that can be accessed from anywhere
Combination of in-person, IVS and online
WKU in Elizabethtown to Host Viewing, Discussion of Lake of Betrayal Documentary
Nov 18th, 2019
WKU in Elizabethtown will host a free public viewing of “Lake of Betrayal,” a documentary about the plight of the Seneca Nation to protect their...
WKU in Elizabethtown-Fort Knox Students Honored at Fort Knox Graduation Ceremony
Oct 18th, 2019
Six WKU students were recognized at a Fort Knox Graduation Ceremony on Thursday, October 17....