Philosophy Bachelor's Degree
DegreeBachelor of Arts
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Infuse your passion for inquiry with the technological thinking needed to solve the most pressing issues of our rapidly-changing world.
Explore Philosophy at Stevens
The dynamic degree encourages students to consider the impact of technological innovation, address the questions at the heart of philosophical inquiry, and apply analysis to practical and societal issues. The program's emphasis on applied ethics empowers students to consider the far-ranging implications of their chosen fields of study.
Alumni who studied social sciences and humanities at Stevens now work across a variety of fields. Recent graduates found themselves working within the office of U.S. Senator Cory Booker, the legal and business affairs department of AMC Networks, and operations at Edward Jones.
Our dynamic alumni create an inspired list of job titles: full-stack engineer at GeoMarvel, copy editor and writer at Thomas, and second lieutenant in the U.S. Army.
Others went on to pursue graduate and medical programs. For example, one graduate specialized in global health at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and another went on to study culture, critical theories, and analysis at Carnegie Mellon University.
See the details and requirements of the philosophy bachelor’s degree in Stevens' academic catalog.
Theories of Human Nature
Philosophies of Good and Evil
Philosophy of Technology
Science and Metaphysics
Science and Religion
Philosophy of Biology
Social and Political Philosophy
Philosophy of Science
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