Seattle University undergraduate Philosophy students should be able to:
- Students will be capable of reading both primary and secondary sources in philosophy
and of analyzing their argumentation.
- Students will be capable of developing philosophical arguments of their own, including
the coherent support of conclusions with premises and the ability to formulate and reply
to reasoned objections.
- Philosophy majors will demonstrate a broad familiarity with the history of philosophy and with philosophy's main fields and schools of thought.
- Philosophy majors will be well qualified for graduate study by completing term papers that demonstrate original exegesis and interpretation of primary sources within existing philosophical debates.
For a complete list of Learning Outcomes for College of Arts and Sciences Undergraduate Programs, click here.