Nova Southeastern University Undergraduate Programs
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Explore the Nature of Reality, the Scope and Limits of Human Understanding, and the Values and Principles of Moral Reasoning
Philosophy is more than pondering life’s big questions. A philosophy degree prepares you for success through coursework designed to educate students on how to evaluate claims, participate in debates and think in an abstract way. Your philosophy degree from Nova Southeastern University gives you the valuable skills you need to get an edge in the career marketplace, where you may pursue a career in fields as diverse as academia, policy work, law, business, advertising, or human resources.
NSU’s B.A. in Philosophy will sharpen your reading, writing, analytic and debate skills. Your coursework connects the study of ethics, logic, and foundational thought systems with the fields of science, medicine, law, sports, and environmentalism. Your strong critical thinking skills will give you an advantage in additional coursework in the humanities and performing and visual arts. Pursue your passion with your skills in analytical thought, communication, and leadership and consider options for law school or other graduate studies.
Why Should You Major in Philosophy at NSU?
- NSU’s Center for the Humanities’ annual, undergraduate Student Conference and the Undergraduate Student Symposium and Film Festival offers opportunities to showcase your research.
- Year-round workshops and events focused on honing key skill sets such as logic and writing.
- Internal awards to support attendance at regional and national academic conferences.
- Opportunity to participate in Mock Trial and Model U.N. academic teams.