About Philosophy

A Philosophy major teaches you to think critically, read carefully, and write clearly. A philosophy major at Georgetown College not only prepares you for any career you may choose to pursue, it prepares you for life.

“Georgetown College means learning from incredible professors who become mentors and friends.” 

 - Hollis Dudgeon, '16, Graduate Student

“A major in philosophy at Georgetown has been an invaluable foundation for theological study and the practice of ministry. Learning to think critically about new information and the world around me has been vital to success in everything I have pursued since.”

 - Roger Jasper, '06, Minister

“Thanks to philosophy, I'm able to pursue my dream of being a missionary in third-world countries. I am able to keep an open mind, question what I don't understand, and stand confident in my personal viewpoints.” 

 - Elizabeth Martin, '19

"Choosing to study philosophy at Georgetown remains the most important and consequential decision of my life."

 - Dr. Adam Glover, '07

"Philosophy at Georgetown means thinking really hard about really important things with people who really care. It’s hard to imagine what could be more exciting."

 - Dr. Adam Glover, '07

Program Requirements

30 hours for major; 18 hours for minor

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Potential Careers

Philosophy Contact

Want to know more about this academic program? Contact the department chair for more information.

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