At Philosophy from The College of New Jersey, the general course of study in philosophy is designed for students who have broad interests in philosophy or who wish to prepare for graduate school in philosophy. The concentration in Law and Philosophy is designed for students with an interest in law or in legal and political theory. The concentration in Ethics is designed for students with interests in theoretical or applied ethics, or medicine, nursing, and other professions in the fields of ethics, health care, and biomedical research.
The study of philosophy provides a powerful perspective on other academic subjects ranging from literature and art to biology and mathematics as well as an exceptionally strong background for such diverse professions as teaching, journalism, medicine, ministry, and business as well as law. A Philosophy program at The College of New Jersey can thus be profitably combined with a variety of other majors.
- History of Philosophy
- History of Ancient Philosophy
- History of Modern Philosophy
- Equality in Law and Ethics
- Epistemology or Metaphysics
- 48 months
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