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New this summer! Digital Badges

Take interesting courses during Summer and begin your journey to earning a digital badge. You can earn badges within your field of study or try something completely new. There are no prerequisites required. Once you complete the courses required for the digital badge, you can add it to your resume or LinkedIn profile. 

View the available courses and badges below.

 
Digital Badge Courses College
Distillation Fundamentals
(Take any two)
  • EGR 380: Bourbon Production Engineering
    non-engineers only
  • CME 599: Topics in Chemical Engineering: Bourbon Production Engineering
    non-engineers only
  • A&S 306: Spirit Chemistry
  • PLS 335: Distillation, Wine and Brewing Science
College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment
Environmental Protection and Restoration
(Two classes are required; Please note that BIO 208 and CHE 230 cannot be combined)
  • CE 351: Intro to Environmental Engineering
  • BAE 532/CE 542: Intro to Stream Restoration
  • BIO 208: Principles of Microbiology
  • CHE 230 Organic Chemistry I
College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment
Equine Management and Industry Fundamentals
(Min 6 hours)
  • EQM 300 Topics in Equine Science and Management: Survey of Equine Assisted Service(2 credit hours)
  • EQM 300 Topics in Equine Science and Management: Global Sport Industry (2 credit hours)
  • EQM 300 Topics in Equine Science and Management: Thoroughbred Investments (3 credit hours)
  • EQM 302 Equine Event Planning (1 credit hour)
College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment
One Health: Insect Biology and Management
(Take any two)
  • ENT 110 Insect Biology (3 credit hours)
  • ENT 209 Bees and People (3 credit hours)
  • ENT 220 Plague, Pests, and Pestilence: History and Global Perspective (3 credit hours
  • ENT 300 General Entomology (3 credit hours)
  • ENT 310 Insect Pests of Field Crops (3 credit hours)
  • ENT 320 Horticultural Entomology (3 credit hours)
  • ENT 360 Genetics (3 credit hours)
  • ENT 395 Independent Work (3 credit hours)
  • ENT 460 Introduction to Molecular Genetics (3 credit hours)
  • ENT 502 Forest Entomology (3 credit hours)
  • ENT 520 Digital Identification: Insects & Their Relatives (3 credit hours)
  • ENT 530 Integrated Pest Management (3 credit hours)
  • ENT 561 Insects Affecting Human & Animal Health (3 credit hours)
College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment
Social Action
(Take any two)
  • CLD 102 The Dynamics of Rural and Social Life (3 credit hours)
  • AAD 542 Grant Writing for Nonprofits (3 credit hours)
  • SOC 235 Inequalities in Society (3 credit hours)
College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment
Family Dynamics
  • FAM 352 Issues in Family Sciences (3 credit hours)
  • FAM 357 Adolescent Development (3 credit hours)
College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment
Personal and Family Finances
(Take any two)
  • CEF 350 Consumer Economics (3 credit hours)
  • FAM 251 Personal/Family Finance (3 credit hours)
  • FAM 350 Consumer Issues (3 credit hours) or FAM 402 Issues in Family Resource Management (3 credit hours)
  • FAM 352 Issues in Family Sciences (3 credit hours)
College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment
Science of Love
  • FAM 253 Human Sexuality: Development, Behavior and Attitudes (3 credit hours)
  • FAM 352 Issues in Family Sciences (3 credit hours)
College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment
Digital Marketing
  • MKT 315: Digital Marketing Creation
  • MKT 325: Digital Marketing Strategy Evaluation
Gatton College of Business
Advertising Across Cultures
  • ISC 381 International and Cross-Cultural Advertising
  • JOU 455 Mass Media and Diversity
College of Communication and Information
Workplace Communication
  • COM 315: Understanding workplace communication in U.S. society
  • COM 325: Introduction to organizational communication
College of Communication and Information  
History and Principles of Journalism
  • JOU 531: Media Law
  • JOU 535: History of Journalism
College of Communication and Information
Health Communication
  • COM 471: Introduction to Health Communication
  • COM 572: Health Communication Campaigns and Communities
College of Communication and Information
Healthy Living
  • KHP 230: Human Health and Wellness
  • KHP 240: Nutrition and Physical Fitness
College of Education
Critical Health Issues
  • KHP 270: Introduction to Health Education and Health Promotion
  • KHP 590: Advanced Health Concepts
College of Education
Criminology & Legal Studies
(Take any two)
  • PSY 320: Forensic Psychology
  • PS 360: Politics of Law
  • SOC 350: Substance Use and Abuse
  • SOC 339: Introduction to Criminology
College of Arts & Sciences
Globalization & the Modern World
  • ANT 160: Global Cultural Diversity

AND any one

  • ANT 311: Anthropology of Globalization
  • ANT 326: Contemporary African Lives
  • ANT 221: Native People of North America
  • GWS 302: Gender around the World
College of Arts & Sciences
Health Policy Studies
(Take any two)
  • GEO 261: Global Health and Disease
  • PHI 305: Health Care Ethics
  • SOC 350: Substance Use and Abuse
  • SOC 551: Health, Illness, and Disabilities
College of Arts & Sciences
Media Streaming
  • MAS 335:  Introduction to the Media Industries

OR

  • MAS 435: History of Video Games and the Industry

AND

  • MAS 342: Live Streaming
College of Communication and Information
Professional Skills
  • WRD 204: Technical Writing
College of Arts & Sciences
Sex & Drug Education and Prevention
  • KHP 220: Sexuality Education
  • KHP 222: Drug Education
College of Education
Understanding our Natural World
(Take any two)
  • EES 170 Blue Planet: Introduction to Oceanography
  • BIO 102 Human Ecology
  • GEO 130 Earth's Physical Environment
  • EES 150 Earthquakes & Volcanoes
College of Arts & Sciences
Sports and Society
  • HIS 363 Sports, Politics, and Business in the United States
  • ANT 103: Sports, Culture, and Society
College of Arts & Sciences