The University of Mount Union’s Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy allows students to explore fundamental questions about human experience through the study of logic, ethics, and critical reasoning. It emphasizes skills relative to any field, including the ability to objectively analyze, efficiently organize, competently communicate, and thoroughly research complex issues.
Philosophy Quick Facts
The philosophy degree requires a total of 33 major-specific credits and 32 credits to fulfill the University’s general education program. The Integrative Core is the University’s general education program and allows students to explore interests outside of their field of study, helping them gain valuable skills in leadership and communication that will lead to a rewarding career.