All Philosophy

Very few philosophy majors become teachers or writers. There aren’t many jobs like these available, and they’re basically the only ones for which a master’s or Ph.D. in philosophy qualifies you.​Instead, a bachelor’s in philosophy is usually earned as a stepping stone to a career that requires critical and systematic thinking, a good memory, and the ability to see both the forest and the trees. These include law, social sciences, high-level management, religious careers, systems analysis, public policy, and public relations. Most of them require extra qualifications.