The UNT Department of Philosophy and Religion is the home of the nation's leading
Doctoral Program in environmental ethics/philosophy and the nation's first Masters's
Program in the field.
The department has also been singled our for creating the world's first Field Station
in environmental philosophy, science, and policy at Cape Horn, Chile.
Our faculty members are outstanding teachers and scholars, including leading authorities
on environmental ethics, philosophy of science and technology, and continental philosophy.
They have written hundreds of books and articles, and many are considered international
experts in their areas.
The department sponsors several scholarships to help you pursue your degree. All philosophy
majors are eligible for scholarships.
Our department houses the Philosophy of Food Project. It aims to disseminate information
about the philosophical investigation of food and help raise the level of public discourse
about food, agriculture, animals, and eating.
The UNT Philosophy Club is a student organization that brings students and faculty
together in dialogue about topics in the study of philosophy. The Philosophy Club
provides a casual environment to discuss a range of issues in metaphysics, epistemology,
ethics, politics, and aesthetics.