The goal of philosophy is to answer many of the fundamental questions such as: What is reality? What is the nature and extent of knowledge? What is the source of our morality? What is the purpose of beauty? Is the Christian faith rational? How do I live a life that is guided by wisdom? Philosophy also draws on all areas of human endeavor (theology, science, law, psychology, the arts, politics, history, economics, and popular culture) and teaches us the skills to think more critically about them. As such, many students find it deeply enhancing of their other undergraduate majors or programs.

The Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy requires completion of the following 120 credits:
General Education (45 credit hours)
Major Core (33 credit hours)
Electives (42 credit hours)