A degree in Philosophy teaches students how to deal with social and ethical issues and ideas that are a part of ministry, law, and every-day life in our world. It seeks to help students begin the process of finding answers to deep questions about reality, knowledge, and life.
- Philosophy – Humanities
- Philosophy Pre-law
Dr. Lincoln Stevens, Philosophy Program Chair, has a B.A. in Philosophy from Asbury College, an M.Litt. from the University of Edinburgh, and a Ph.D. in Philosophy from The Ohio State University. He has been a professor of Philosophy since 1977. He is a part of the Society for Christian Philosophers and the American Philosophical Association. In May of 1999, he received the President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. Read More
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The MVNU Experience
As a philosophy major at MVNU, you’ll be able to design a flexible program combining philosophy with other components such as literature, history, sociology, psychology, and communication, thus adequately preparing yourself for your chosen career or for graduate studies. You’ll learn to analyze and synthesize, to think abstractly and critically, and to develop sound arguments for your beliefs.