The philosophy program at Grand Valley State University is designed for students who are interested in examining life's deepest questions, and applying this study to the community and world.
Philosophy graduates receive a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree. The curriculum is designed to facilitate interdisciplinary study. In addition to an interdisciplinary curriculum, philosophy students are encouraged to take advantage of the study abroad program. A philosophy minor is also available. Visit www.gvsu.edu/philosophy/.
Philosophy students receive a broad education in the subject, covering topics like:
Many law schools and seminaries encourage philosophy as an undergraduate degree. Philosophy is also closely associated with such fields as:
“I found all of my professors to be very interested in my holistic education; not just my education as it pertained to philosophy. The accessibility of the professors directly contributed to the strength of my education.”