The Department of Philosophy introduces students to philosophical issues in human life and cultivates their ability to apply philosophical methods to intellectual, moral and social problems. The study of philosophy develops a critical mind, a balance of analytic and interpretive skills, and a capacity for the development of abstract formulations and their concrete application in human society.
Our graduates have completed advanced degrees in philosophy, international relations, management, theology and psychology and pursued successful careers in law, teaching, business, counseling, publishing, government and social service.
Philosophy (B.A., Minor)
Our bachelor's degree in philosophy encourages students to explore the meaning of life in its deeper dimensions and consider how they might live out that meaning in the years ahead.