Welcome to our Undergraduate Program
Philosophy classes are interactive and students are encouraged to express their opinions and offer original points of view. Philosophy classes are inspiring and intellectual experiences offering unique opportunities to explore knowledge from diverse angles.
Philosophy addresses the most fundamental questions of life and being—the nature of reality, free will, the foundations of our ethical beliefs, knowledge, politics, beauty, etc. These are issues that all humans are interested in and the study of them is both intellectually stimulating and rewarding in and of itself..
Program Information and Resources
Major and Minor Degrees
Detailed information about undergraduate degrees
Consider philosophy as a second major. As a second major, philosophy can add competence in logic, critical analysis, and effective writing to the specialized knowledge offered in your other major and appreciably increase your chances in the job market.
Undergraduate Courses & Course Schedules
See all course descriptions and up to date course schedules
Contacts for Undergraduate advisement
The requirements that must be met by any student majoring or minoring in philosophy are detailed in the Undergraduate Student Handbook. Philosophy majors and minors are required to seek guidance from a Philosophy Department undergraduate advisor when choosing courses and preparing a portfolio.
The Philosophy Ambassadors are undergraduate students with a passion for knowledge, who volunteer in promoting the Philosophy major across campus.
The Department of Philosophy offers multiple annual scholarships and awards for undergraduate students. Award amounts and application details vary. Deadlines are in early April.
Several unique opportunities for interdisciplinary study that are often of interest to students in philosophy are available. These are Artificial Intelligence, Environmental Ethics, and Women's Studies.
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