- AcademicsDegree TypeLocations
- Tuition & Aid
- Student Life
- About UNT
We're so glad you're interested in UNT! Let us know if you'd like more information and we'll get you everything you need.Request More Info
At the undergraduate level, we provide a traditional program focused on developing a solid background in the history of philosophy, epistemology, logic, metaphysics, philosophy of science, and other subjects, but including some introductory and advanced work in environmental ethics.
We have a complete program of study in the history of Western and non-Western philosophy and religion, including an emphasis on non-western religions and comparative religion. Our course work not only provides insight into the world's cultural heritage but also into every other field of study in the sciences and humanities. In addition, our department focuses specifically on questions concerning the environment, with topics like environmental ethics, environmental policy, and religion and ecology.
Our rigorous curriculum introduces you to methods of thinking about the timeless questions of truth, beauty, goodness, and justice as you encounter these central areas of philosophy:
Corporations, institutions and businesses are particularly interested in people who can think, communicate and write effectively. These are the skills you'll acquire through studying philosophy. You can find a career in:
You'll also be prepared to enroll in any graduate program. Philosophy students consistently outscore other disciplines on LSAT and GRE exams for verbal and analytic reasoning skills.