Philosophy of Art & Culture Concentration (closed to new students)

Both applied ethics and philosophy of art and culture concentrations include courses in philosophy and other disciplines from art, English, history, interdisciplinary studies, theatre, sociology and psychology to education, social work and business, among others. It prepares students to join professions such as law, medicine, social work, psychology and others as well as for graduate school. Applied ethics has five focus options: business ethics, environmental ethics, medical ethics, legal ethics, and social ethics. Students should choose one focus option and follow the requirements.

These two concentrations will help students grasp representative ethical and aesthetic issues and ways of dealing with them, further their personal development, apply philosophical methods to intellectual problems, and see how ethical and aesthetic inquiry relate to other disciplines and human life more generally. It provides the foundation and unified vision for disciplines such as law, politics, humanities, and social science.