Philosophy explores fundamental questions about the nature of reality, human knowledge, and moral values.
Total Credit Hours: 18
Philosophy Courses (6 Hours)
Language and Logic or Modern Logic (3 Hours)
Philosophy Course or History of Philosophy sequence (3 Hours)
Philosophy Electives (6 Hours)
What You'll Study
In philosophy, students grapple with some of the deepest questions we face as human beings: What is the world really like? How do we know? How should we live our lives? The aim of a philosophical education is not to enforce one particular set of views, but to help students engage with a range of historical and contemporary perspectives as they reflect on their own beliefs. Along the way, philosophical study teaches vital skills: how to think carefully about big ideas, analyze and critically assess arguments, and write clearly about complex topics.
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