Philosophy is at the core of a liberal arts education. Asking big questions and exploring possibilities builds reasoning and analytical thinking skills ever-important to ethical leadership. Wheaton’s philosophy program is flexible; you can choose classes that match your curiosity, from the nature of morality to metaphysics. Adding philosophy as a minor or second major can broaden your way of thinking about your primary subject. And this versatile major also prepares you for graduate study in a range of disciplines, as well as for law or medical school.
- Philosophy Major Major
- Philosophy Minor Minor
97% of Philosophy majors from the past five years have found employment, attended graduate school or achieved a fellowship or service opportunity within six months of graduation *
Sample First Jobs
Marketing and Development Associate, DOROT
Office Associate, Great Schools Partnership
Program Host and Assistant Producer, Voice of America
Report Editor, Claims Bureau USA
Research Assistant, California Health and Longevity Institute
Sample Graduate Schools
University of California-Riverside
*outcomes data is based on a knowledge rate of 73% for the classes of 2014-2018
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