Undergraduate Philosophy Program Learning Outcomes
Critical Thinking in Writing.
Be able to write philosophically rigorous papers that demonstrate key critical thinking skills, including comprehension and analysis of contemporary and historical philosophical texts and the ability to organize their writing around philosophically appropriate arguments.
Be able to make use of philosophical arguments and concepts, including those from traditional styles or schools of philosophy, in ways which demonstrate an engagement with some aspect of our shared world.
Diversity in Philosophical Thought.
Students will be able to make use of some of the key philosophical texts and ideas from at least one non-traditional area of philosophy in their written work.