As a philosophy student, you will explore questions that have challenged and perplexed humankind for millennia. After completing our introductory course, Philosophical Inquiry, you might take courses that explore the relation between art and society, oppression and liberty, faith and reason, or how to live a good life, to mention a few possibilities.

B.A. in Philosophy

Can be combined with childhood education; also offered as a minor.

Faculty and Staff

Contact us and learn more about our faculty.

Philosophy 101

An introduction to philosophical inquiry at Naz.

Study Abroad

Enrich your Nazareth education by studying abroad through our Center for International Education.


Earn academic credit while gaining real-life professional experience to prepare you for a variety of careers.

Philosophy Club

The Philosophy Club is a student-run discussion group that meets on a weekly basis to discuss topics of interest, both philosophical and non-philosophical. Promoting a casual, friendly atmosphere, the club encourages thoughtful reflection on issues that are relevant to students' experiences.

View a full list of clubs and additional information about Philosophy club within Student Engagement.

Alumni Spotlights

    Alexis Blackman's philosophy degree led her to a business development career in Washington, D.C.
    Veteran Johnathon Nocera is pursuing graduate studies in Philosophy at Duquesne University.
    Jon Smalter '03 owns and operates an antiquarian bookstore in Webster, N.Y.