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The Philosophy program offers a solid grounding in logic, ethics, epistemology and metaphysics as well as the history of philosophical thought.
The curriculum for the Philosophy program includes courses in logic, history of philosophy, value theory, metaphysics and epistemology, and more.
The Symposium of Philosophy is a student organization which promotes the exploration of philosophical inquiry both to majors and the student body, through public debates, lectures, and informal discussion. This organization also assists with the annual Southwest Symposium for Undergraduate Philosophy.
The department also sponsors the UCO Chess and Games Club, a campuswide organization that meets weekly for casual gameplay.
There are various career opportunities available for Philosophy majors, including: