As a future leader in engineering, science, or research, your success requires more than technical expertise. To advance in your field or industry, you will need excellent communication skills, strong critical thinking ability, a solid foundation in ethical reasoning, and a deep understanding of human psychology, society, and cultures. These are skills for leadership.
Kettering’s liberal arts curriculum is designed to build your leadership skills. 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.
Economic decisions are crucial to the success of any professional, and increasingly significant in the fields of computing, engineering, and technology. This minor adds enormous value to your degree. Through our economics minor you’ll study how individuals, businesses, governments and societies make decisions about money, time, and risk, among many other choices and challenges. Such insights, combined with a working knowledge of economics, will give you an advantage over your peers in the job market — regardless of your major.
Learn more about the Economics Minor