Philosophy invites us to ask fundamental questions that help us lead meaningful, faithful lives.

We all practice philosophy every day. It often starts with questions:

  • What is love?
  • What is justice?
  • What is a person?

This inquiry leads to conversations that help us understand our selves, and others, better.

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Philosophy is for everyone

Our courses and programs will enhance any path you decide to follow, and our program makes it easy to pair a philosophy major with your professional or post-graduate interests.

Research shows that philosophy-bound students consistently outperform every other major on the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) and every non-STEM field in other standardized tests like the GMAT, LSAT and MCAT.

As a student of philosophy, you’ll not only gain critical thinking skills, but you'll have the opportunity for student-faculty collaborative research, access to an exceptional speaker series and the chance to take a wide range of courses from award-winning faculty.

Philosophers through the ages have sought to understand their faith through philosophy. Becoming a student of philosophy allows you to pursue rigorous academics while exploring a vibrant, inviting Christian faith. Welcome.

I use my philosophy everyday.

Eric Goodman ’00