Whether you dream of becoming an engineer, a scientist, an entrepreneur, or anything in between, as a Kettering University graduate, you’ll spend your career researching, designing, and building innovative technologies and solving complex human problems. Your success requires more than just technical expertise. You also need excellent communication skills, strong critical thinking ability, a solid foundation in ethical reasoning, and a deep understanding of human psychology, society, and cultures. With top-notch faculty teaching writing, history, philosophy, cultural awareness, ethics, and leadership, you will develop the skills that can advance your career and enrich your life.
The Department of Liberal Arts is located on 4th floor of the Academic Building in room 4-502.
To see what Kettering Liberal Arts faculty are up to in the publishing world, check out the Liberal Arts page in the Digital Commons! Kettering collects faculty publications, conference materials, patents, and grants in this collection. For more information about the Digital Commons or for faculty wishing to participate, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
On the Learning for Life podcast, history professor Greg Kaster explores the intersections of liberal arts learning, current events, and real-world problem solving from the campus of Gustavus Adolphus College in Saint Peter, Minn.
In The Curious Task, host Alex Aragona and a rotating cast of guests explore philosophy, politics, economics, and other ideas from a classical liberal arts perspective.
LinkedIn Learning is a great resource with numerous courses on various topics related to Liberal Arts.
Find some of the most popular courses below, or, check out the full range of courses in LinkedIn Learning here.