Philosophy is the activity of thinking clearly about issues of fundamental importance. Studying philosophy at Baylor makes sense for students pursuing a variety of vocations, including law and medicine. Philosophy makes sense for life.
Thomas Ward, Ph.D., associate professor of philosophy in the College of Arts & Sciences, has received a $40,000 National Endowment for the Humanities research fellowship to prepare a scholarly translation of an influential treatise by Scottish philosopher John Dun Scotus (1266-1308).
Academic Placement and Data Analysis has released new data on the top quartile of philosophy graduate programs, and the Baylor Philosophy PhD Program is included. Our particularly notable achievements are:
1st in Teaching Preparation 3rd in Financial Support 4th in Placement Rate 10th in Climate