Program Overview

As a student of the humanities, you will learn to develop your own thoughtful and articulate responses to universal questions and ideas in our diverse and multicultural world.

Course Delivery and Structure

Courses are offered on-campus and some are offered online. See Class Schedules for information about the many courses offered online and in the evenings.

All courses shown in the Catalog for each individual degree program are required. Courses should be taken in the sequential order shown in the Graduation Map.

Job Opportunities

  • Education or Religious Organization Administrator
  • Government Public Policy and Research
  • Legislative, Executive or Judicial Services
  • Clergy
  • Counselors
  • Teachers
  • Social and Community Service Managers

Degrees for Transfer Start Here / Finish There

If your career goal requires thinking, talking, or writing, philosophy will help you become a creative and critical thinker. Philosophy majors do better than any other liberal arts major on the LSAT, and exceptionally well on the GRE and GMAT.