The Department of Philosophy and Religion offers a degree in philosophy. This degree prepares students for careers in law, business, teaching, communications, writing, religious studies, and public affairs. Continued study may lead to a master’s or doctoral degree in Philosophy or in related disciplines including science, education, public administration, law, and international relations.
Philosophy is an approved co-major for the following undergraduate education majors:
Student Learning Outcomes
Requirements for completion of the major can be found at the link below. Students who are taking the old General Studies Program should consult an adviser in the Philosophy/Religion Department for suitable course substitutions.