Philosophy encourages exploration and discussion of
fundamental philosophical questions and issues that proceed from commitment to
the virtues of the Catholic Franciscan tradition, including hospitality,
humility, and a commitment to truth, faith, hope, and charity.
Would you like to explore the most interesting questions ever posed about life and human nature?
Do you want to learn how to reason critically and creatively?
Are you interested in going to Law School, graduate school, or working in an occupation where ethical decision-making is crucial?
Are you tired of just learning facts and memorizing information?
Do you enjoy engaging in debates with friends and arguing about contentious issues?
Do you want to graduate in four years and be in a program flexible enough that you can get a minor, or even a double-major?
If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, then studying philosophy may be just what you are looking for.