Learn to ask the right questions
As a philosopher-in-the-making, your time at HU will enable you to grapple with the major issues confronting today’s society in light of the history of philosophical thought, the methods of philosophical analysis, and the Christian world and life view. Whether you’re pursuing a future in law, theology, or teaching, the study of philosophy provides intellectual training for any field, as you will be encouraged to think deeply and critically. There are also numerous options for combining a major in philosophy with majors in other disciplines.
As you study philosophy at Huntington University, you will engage in examining the basic assumptions on which all our knowledge and beliefs are built, seeing how the world fits together. You will be equipped for professional training or employment in fields that emphasize clarity and detailed analysis while learning to ask the right questions.
- Introduction to Philosophy
- History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
- History of Modern Philosophy
- Contemporary Christian Theology
- Philosophical Theology
- Theological Bioethics
- Classics of Political Thought