Philosophy Department

The Philosophy Department offers a variety of courses in philosophy. We regularly teach courses in ethics, the history of Eastern and Western philosophy, philosophy of religion, philosophy of gender, philosophy of science, and logic. We offer both a major and a minor in Philosophy as well as a Social Justice minor. Our faculty also teach in several interdisciplinary programs including African-American Studies, the Honors Program, East Asian Studies, Peace Studies, and Religious Studies.

In addition to the courses we offer, we also provide students with other opportunities in philosophy. We regularly invite speakers to campus, hold conferences, and some students have even published with faculty. Students also have the opportunity to participate in the Philosophy Club, a club which meets weekly and is run by students.

Philosophy prepares students to pursue diverse and rewarding careers by teaching highly sought after skills. These skills include: the ability to analyze complex problems; the ability to communicate clearly and effectively; and the ability to read, summarize, and critically evaluate complicated documents. Philosophy also prepares students for different graduate programs. Philosophy majors are also traditionally among the highest scorers on both the GRE and LSAT.

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