The Department of Philosophy invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track, position
in the area of philosophy of law. Details may be found in the
official job advertisement.
Studying philosophy is a doorway to career success. In fact, philosophy majors score
higher on tests like the GRE, GMAT and LSAT. They're highly sought after for professional
programs, like medical school, and have a wide range of careers available to them. The
Department of Philosophy offers
courses of study leading to the B.A., the M.A., and the Ph.D. degree.
Our faculty are involved. You'll find them taking the time during and after class
to make sure you understand the course material. They'll help you get involved in
philosophy groups on campus and around the state and be your mentors during research
Our faculty research encompasses many areas of philosophy, including: the history
of philosophy, philosophy of science, philosophy of language, and normative philosophy,
i.e., ethics, aesthetics, political philosophy, and philosophy of law. Additionally,
the department strongly emphasizes interdisciplinary work with other departments.