Students enrolled in the Philosophy program explore the historical trajectory of philosophical thought and its current applications in many professional and academic fields. Philosophy is a critical and reflective discipline, the study of which strengthens students' evaluative and moral reasoning skills and prepares students to succeed in future endeavors such as law school, seminary, medicine, business, computer science, and education.
Students at Murray State may earn an a B.A.or B.S. in Philosophy (area), a B.S. in Rhetoric and Philosophy (area), a minor in Literature and Philosophy, or a minor in Philosophy.
The requirements listed above are an example of what is applicable to most students entering Murray State University under the Academic Bulletin. Criteria as they may relate to individual students may vary.
Dr. Michelle Panchuk
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY, PHILOSOPHY PROGRAM COORDINATOR
7C Faculty Hall, Murray State University, Murray, KY 42071-3341