At Brooks Institute, we are committed to producing globally aware, intellectually adept and technically skilled graduates who are not only masters of their respective crafts but also well-rounded professionals prepared for the rigors of today’s evolving marketplace.
The Liberal Arts faculty includes a diverse cadre of adjunct faculty. Each of these faculty is well-versed in higher education, with specific skills in teaching college students who are pursuing careers in the visual arts. The Liberal Arts faculty provide a breadth of training that can prepare our graduates with critical writing skills, analytical skills and communication skills, positioning Brooks graduates to be successful.
Every degree program at Brooks Institute integrates a foundation of liberal arts studies designed to promote collaboration, communication and creativity through a multi-disciplinary approach that teaches courses in the humanities, social sciences and sciences. Students can build essential reasoning and critical-thinking skills that enable them to connect their lives as artists with the wider world.
Building a Well-Rounded Education
Our liberal arts curriculum is designed to teach students to respond effectively to a dynamic life with a historically informed and global perspective. Among the humanities, social science and science courses students may take are:
- Creative Writing
- Modern Literature
- Western Civilization
- Contemporary Multicultural Writers
- Business & Professional Communication
- Public Speaking
- American Government
- Psychology of Creativity
- Comparative Politics
- Global Economics