Studying philosophy at Concordia will significantly improve your skills in critical reasoning, artful writing, careful reading and in-depth research. Our faculty members love to teach and enjoy becoming mentors to students to make the study of philosophy vital and inspiring.
Choose an Interest
Study what interests you. The department offers classes in the philosophies of science, art, language, literature, feminism, film and environmental ethics.
Ashley Dedin '12
Art & Philosophy Major
A liberal arts education really teaches you how think as opposed to teaching you what to think. By learning how to think creatively at Concordia, I've been able to be a very dynamic businesswoman without having ever studied business.
Sean Volk '10
Pursuing Master in Film Studies at Western University, London, Ontario
Communication, Philosophy and Spanish Major
Concordia helped me purse my passions. Because of the freedom in the curriculum, I was able to explore my love of film across multiple disciplines, and my studies took me outside the classroom to Europe and Africa. Faculty, staff and my fellow Cobbers encouraged me to follow my interests and aspire for more.
Dana Rognlie '10
Pursuing Ph.D. in Philosophy, University of Oregon
Philosophy & Political Science Major; Women's Studies Minor
Concordia helped me learn how to think. The emphasis on making a difference in the world is applied daily by the faculty, and the small class sizes mean individual relationships can be cultivated between faculty and students which truly makes a difference.
Nicole Richter '04
Associate Professor, Motion Pictures program, Wright State University
Philosophy & Psychology Majors
Philosophy taught me how to problem solve and to develop advanced reading skills. The challenges faculty presented in philosophy classes prepared me for the quantity and depth of texts assigned in graduate school.