Philosophy Minor

Philosophy strives to answer the biggest questions of human experience: the existence of God, the nature of right and wrong and the world in which we live are among the many topics that are discussed and analyzed in this study. For those not able to commit to a philosophy major, the minor can serve as an excellent complement to virtually any course of study. Students learn to be logical thinkers, strong writers and communicators, and ethical citizens. The analytical problem solving and communications skills that students acquire are of great value in a variety of fields.