Courses in the Arts & Humanities Division explore how literary, philosophical, visual, and other artistic expression creates culture, imagines community, and explores the human condition. Students are challenged to cultivate ethical structures for interrogating the world, understanding choices, and making decisions. Through the study of formal, aesthetic concerns, students also explore how the arts inspire joy while educating and enriching us. Our talented and diverse faculty represents a range of disciplines in art history, creative writing, ethnomusicology, film studies, literature, philosophy, and studio art.
Head over to Babson's curriculum page to learn more about the Liberal Arts and Sciences place and be inspired by how past and present students have used our courses in the liberal arts and sciences to help open doors.