Philosophy has long been a central component of a liberal arts education. It is not just inherently interesting; it is a means of acquiring capacities for in-depth reasoning and communication.
Our department carries on teaching and research in many divisions of philosophy. There is an emphasis on interdisciplinary work, integrating the conceptual tools of philosophy with the approaches of many other disciplines including math, science, psychology, legal studies, economics, classical studies, and many more.
Our philosophy program emphasizes the analysis of ideas, careful reading and scholarship, and clear argumentation. Other disciplines and future employers highly value these skills.
Our graduates find successful careers in:
- public relations
The Philosophy Department offers several plans for majors and minors.
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Philosophy program information and advising including advice about:
- course overrides (not granted for online courses- more info here)
- course enrolling
- course planning
- becoming a philosophy major or minor
- plan modifications
- student petitions and grievances
- application to graduate
Jenny Saul, Associate Chair of Undergraduate Studies
Office: Hagey Hall 324
Heather Eustace, Undergraduate Coordinator
Office: Hagey Hall 320