Philosophy is a multi-discipline approach to topics to prepare you for a range of career opportunities. You’ll study history, ancient texts, world civilizations, religions, culture and global citizenship.

Philosophy will give you critical thinking and reasoning skills and a foundational knowledge to prepare for careers in education, research, political science, public policy, communication, public relations, business and non-profit work.

Philosophy Studies Courses

NIC offers a wide range of philosophy courses including knowledge & reality, values & society, critical thinking and contemporary moral issues.

Register in Philosophy Courses

Before you can register in a course, you must be accepted into an NIC program. You can study Philosophy Studies through the following programs, or as an elective from any NIC program:

Meet the Faculty

Jeffrey Lawrence

Jeffrey Lawrence


Humanities & Social Sciences

MA in Philosophy (McMaster University, 1999)

Subjects: Philosophy