College students with ambitious career plans usually gravitate to business schools, law schools, maybe medicine. George Anders joins us to talk about taking a different approach – seeking a broad education that will be more dynamic in the long run. He writes about the idea in “You Can Do Anything: The Surprising Power of a ‘Useless’ Liberal Arts Education”
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Philosophy Is a Core Program in the New Interdisciplinary Graduate Degree in Sustainability Studies
The theoretical frameworks and analytic skills imparted in the Applied Philosophy and Ethics program are applicable to a wide range of practical affairs. Click here to learn more.
The critical and independent thinking skills acquired through the study of philosophy are necessary in life and in every professional field.
Religions are a major force shaping human culture, politics, art, science, literature and history. Click here to learn more.
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