Graduates from the department receive a broad and adaptable education that teaches them to think critically. They have sharpened their skills in problem solving and communication. They have developed a greater understanding of the world. These transferable skills are precisely what employers are seeking.
Philosophy and religion students are successful in a broad range of professions and industries, including law, advertising, marketing research, journalism, and criminal justice. Many have also gone on to further study in graduate schools, theological seminaries, and law schools.