Learn how to think about the most fundamental questions. Graduates of this program should be able to think critically about a variety of philosophical or religious issues, write at a level that uses discourse and analysis appropriate to philosophy or comparative religion, demonstrate breadth and diversity by discussing approaches from a variety of philosophical or religious traditions and demonstrate sound judgment in approaching contemporary moral problems.

Program Requirements

General Education Courses Credits
  Written and Oral Communications 9
  Mathematics 3
  Natural Science 7-8
  Technology 3
  Social Science 6
  Arts and Humanities (PHI 101 required) 9
  History 3
  Diversity 3
  Total 46-47
Program Courses
PHI 105 or
PHI 112
Introduction to Logic or
Eastern Philosophy
PHI 205 Ethics 3
PHI 210 or
PHI 220
History of Philosophy or
Environmental Ethics
REL 205 Comparative Religion 3


  Electives 1-2
  Total Required Credits 60
Program Contact

Dr. Jack Kerwick
Lecturer and Philosophy Coordinator
(856) 222-9311, ext. 1612