Degree Outcomes

  • Careers in law, medicine, psychology, government, business, public service, applied ethics, and many other fields.
  • Preparation for graduate studies or law school.

The Student Experience

  • Study with nationally recognized faculty, including major scholars in areas such as ethics, philosophy of science, philosophy of law, metaphysics, political philosophy, and philosophy of religion.
  • Participate in undergraduate research in a variety of forms.
  • Participate in the N.C. Chapter of Phi Sigma Tau, a national honor society, and an informal philosophy club open to majors from all academic areas.
  • Courses are available on the fundamental problems and methods of philosophy, the classics of philosophical literature, and the major figures in the history of philosophy.
  • Take online courses in addition to those in the traditional classroom setting.
  • Financial assistance for study abroad is available through the Wyatt Lee Martin Memorial Fund.
  • Participate in The Great Conversation, a department-sponsored series of talks by UNCG philosophy faculty and other distinguished scholars.
  • A visiting speaker’s program features prominent scholars who address current issues at the intersection of political philosophy, ethics, and the philosophy of law.

Accolades & Accomplishments

Phi Sigma Tau International Honor Society

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