Humanities Art Center and Gallery

The Humanities Art Center and Gallery, located on the fourth floor of the Academic Building, holds a permanent collection of over 350 pieces. There are a number of special exhibits each year. A variety of media are represented including paintings, photographs, sculpture, and ceramics.  In the past the Department of Liberal Studies has hosted student art shows and Visiting Artist programs.  For more information on the Humanities Arts Center and Gallery, contact Dr. Karen Wilkinson at kwilkins@kettering.edu.  

Global Issues Film Festival

The Department of Liberal Studies has been a proud sponsor of the Global Issues Film Festival since its inception.  Free and open to the public, the film festival brings provocative films to Flint including the work of independent filmmakers from around the world, representing a variety of voices and viewpoints. Now in its eighth year, it began as an exploration of contemporary social and moral issues through the Human Rights Watch Traveling Film Festival hosted by the Department of Liberal Studies.

Flint Area Public Affairs Debates

Kettering University is a co-sponsor of the Flint Area Public Affairs Debates, a program devoted to promoting public understanding of critical political and social issues. Since its founding in 1986 by local educational institutions, a member of the Department of Liberal Studies has represented the university on the planning committee.

Albert Sobey Lectures on Leadership and Ethics

The Albert Sobey Lectures on Leadership and Ethics, formerly the Thompson Lectures on Leadership and Ethics, brings speakers to campus to promote understanding of a variety of issues related to leadership and ethics.  The lectures are of particular interest to students in the Liberal Studies capstone course, Senior Seminar:  Leadership, Ethics, and Contemporary Issues, in which students actively participate in analyzing and evaluating pressing workplace and global issues that confront all citizens and focus on the ethical demands placed on leaders.  The lectures are

Liberal Studies Course List

Liberal Studies Course List

 

ART 305 - Art: Styles and Aesthetics

CHN 101 - Beginning Chinese I

CHN 102 - Beginning Chinese II

CHN 103 - Beginning Chinese III

COMM 101 - Written & Oral Communication I

COMM 301 - Written & Oral Communication II

COMM 311 - Rhetorical Principles of Persuasion

COMM 313 - Rhetorical Principles of Public Speaking

News

News

Harvard National Model United Nations Conference (February 16-19, 2012)

With financial support from the Office of the Provost and the Thompson Chair of Leadership Studies, seven students from Kettering University’s Model United Nations Club attended the Harvard National Model United Nations conference. They joined over 3,000 students from some 170 different schools from nearly 40 different countries.  Kettering was one of the very few STEM specialty universities competing in this prestigious event.

Undergraduate Degrees/Programs

Core Curriculum

The department’s mission is broad but students must take only 8 courses (32 credits) in the department. The program is structured to make maximum use of the limited time that we have to accomplish the purposes of general education. Four courses are broad, introductory courses and are to be taken in the first 2 years of college. These cover communication, economics, the humanities, and the social sciences.

Manufacturing Engineering

Manufacturing Engineering Concentration

The MSE – Manufacturing Engineering program prepares you to be a technical leader in the vast world of manufacturing. You will develop skills and knowledge in advanced topical areas that are critical to the engineer.

Curriculum

Completion of 40 credits.

Required courses

  • ORTN-600 Graduate Orientation (no credit course)

Select ten of the following offerings.

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