A minor in philosophy develops critical thinking skills of analysis, synthesis and sound reasoning.


By demonstrating flexibility and a capacity for growth that employers seek, philosophy students develop skills valued in many careers and jobs, including:

  • Analysis
  • Organization
  • Research
  • Oral and written communication

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Program Requirements

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Department of Liberal Arts

Embrace a variety of disciplines to become broadly educated writers, speakers, and learners prepared for diverse opportunities.

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