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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ACT or SAT test is optional for prospective students applying for Fall 2020 to join the St. Mary’s University freshmen class of 2024.
Philosophy majors often pursue a double major in a field of study that complements their interests, such as Business, Mathematics, Political Science or Theology.
The minor supports students majoring in related subjects where knowledge of philosophical methods is beneficial. It introduces students to critical reflections in the history of philosophy, logic and philosophical topics.
The major program introduces students to the systematic study of philosophy in a broad range of fields, problems and issues. Sample courses include:
- Medieval Philosophy
- Late Modern Philosophy
- Contemporary Philosophy
- Symbolic Logic
See the catalog for a full list of courses and their descriptions:
St. Mary’s students enjoy a wide variety of events, activities and special programs. Philosophy students may be especially interested in:
For more information about these law-related programs, please see the School of Law Admission section.
Stephen Calogero, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Philosophy
Andrew T. Brei, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Philosophy
James Greenaway, Ph.D. Chair of the Department of Philosophy
Eric Chelstrom, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Philosophy
J. Colin McQuillan, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Philosophy
Robert Boyd Skipper, Ph.D. Professor of Philosophy