Philosophy Students Elevate the Conversation by Asking the Big Questions
From esoteric ponderings to the most practical decisions of daily life, philosophy students interrogate inherited assumptions and illuminate new ways of being, thinking, and doing in the world.
Educated in skills necessary in all fields—critical reading and analysis, complex and creative problem-solving, insightful questioning, integrative and “big picture” thinking, ethical decision-making—philosophy students are prepared for anything and everything after graduation.
Build New Perspectives From Philosophical Fundamentals
Engage in reflective inquiry and seek a greater understanding of self and world
Practice cognitive flexibility by applying alternative possibilities and conceptual frameworks to your own and others’ ideas and values
Demonstrate intellectual curiosity in your pursuit of truth and meaning
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