The Department of Philosophy offers a BA in Philosophy that engages students in thinking about fundamental questions of life. Studies include ethics, political and social thought, logic, theory of knowledge, philosophy of science, philosophy of art and film, philosophy of law, philosophy of religions, metaphysics, feminist philosophy, philosophy and race, biomedical ethics, existentialism, postmodern thought, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of mathematics. The MA in Philosophy offers students a broad background in both the history of philosophy and contemporary thought.
“Philosophy has been so interesting and fun for me. I’ve enjoyed the breadth of issues that I’ve been able to investigate while also becoming a part of the Department of Philosophy’s community.”
Lecture or Debate Series Highlight
Department of Philosophy Visiting Speakers and Colloquia
All talks are free and open to the public. Stay tuned for the next event!