The Art Institute of California— Los Angeles believes in learner-centered instruction that is measured by each student's success. Our faculty, many of whom are working professionals, achieve this by sharing their professional knowledge in the classroom. Faculty strive to provide value and service for each student's investment by helping students to strengthen their skills and cultivate their creative talent through curricula that is carefully designed to prepare graduates to seek entry-level positions in their chosen fields.
Instructional methods at The Art Institute of California— Los Angeles include lecture, demonstrations, labs, one-on-one tutorials and periodic examinations. Except for internships, field trips, online courses and occasional independent studies, all instruction is conducted in a classroom or laboratory setting.
Faculty arrange study trips to local cultural and commercial sites as an integral part of each student's training. These trips, along with scheduled out-of-town seminars and visits, offer valuable exposure to places and events relating to the student's field of study. Costs related to optional study trips are not included in regular tuition or fees.
Claude Brown, Academic Department Director for Fashion Design and Fashion Marketing & Management
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, ABD/PhD, 20th Century Spanish Theatre; Auburn University, MA, Hispanic Studies; University of South Alabama, BS, Political Science/Spanish
Woodbury University, Burbank, MBA; Woodbury University, Burbank, BA, Fashion Marketing
Pasadena College of Chiropractic, DC; Argosy University, MA, Education; SUNY Albany, BA, Psychology