Department of Philosophy

Program Overview

Philosophy asks fundamental questions about the nature of things, clarifies concepts, and engages in relentless critique of everything existing.


  • Philosophy builds creative and critical thinking skill sets that are central to and applicable across a wide range of careers.
  • Philosophy is one of the best preparatory disciplines for entering graduate school in the humanities, business, and law.
  • Philosophy students learn how to expand their horizons for thinking and living.
Philosophy of the Human Person – PHI 110
Ethics – PHI 305
Social and Political Philosophy – PHI 237
Contemporary Continental Philosophy – PHI 338
Aesthetics – PHI 213
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The Philosophy Club – also called Sense and Nonsense. Sponsors both formal and informal discussions, panels, and speakers on practical philosophical matters.