Investigate yourself and the world around you.
As a student of Worcester State University’s Philosophy program, you will gain insight into the nature of individuals, societies, and values, while probing life’s most complex questions.
What does it mean to be human? What are race, gender, and sexuality––and what role do they play in society? What are freedom, justice, and truth? Is there a God? As a Worcester State student, you will ponder all these provocative questions and more, exploring philosophical works from the past and present under the guidance of internationally respected faculty scholars. Deepening your thinking and sharpening your rhetorical skills will prepare for a diverse array of career paths, including those in the arts, humanities, and natural and social sciences.
Why study at Worcester State?
- Ancient Greek Philosophy
- Modern Western Philosophy
- Race, Gender, and the Law
- Buddhist Philosophy
- Chinese Philosophy
- Africana Philosophy
- Latin Philosophy
- Existentialism and Phenomenology
- American Philosophy
- Metaphysics and Epistemology
As a student in this program, you will be challenged to probe at big questions.
Some examples include:
See the diverse career paths that a minor in Philosophy can prepare you for.
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