Engaging students in critical and reflective thought.
Providing you with techniques of sound reasoning, philosophy majors go on to study law, medicine, religion, and are well prepared for applying to graduate school.
At Emory & Henry, our courses include ethics, argumentation and debate, techniques in reasoning, philosophy of religion, jurisprudence and political philosophy.
We offer both small classes and the opportunity for individualized study in our independent study, senior project, and honors courses. Also, we make it easy for students to double-major in philosophy—only eight courses are required for a double-major in philosophy.
Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy, Political Science, and Economics
To provide students with an integrated approach to examinations of social and political life by encouraging broad, integrated education in three distinct but related disciplines; to enhance preparation for careers in public policy and public service, consulting, political and economic journalism, law, and international affairs.
Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy
To engage students in critical and reflective inquiry; to prepare students for graduate study or for a number of vocational fields.
A student may minor in philosophy by completing 101, 211, 212, 231, and two other philosophy courses chosen in consultation with the department chair.