The Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy at Washington State University is a comprehensive 4-year program that combines the study of philosophy with other disciplines such as art, literature, history, and science. Through this program, students will develop an understanding of philosophical theories and concepts while exploring questions of morality, ethics, religion, and politics. The curriculum features courses on epistemology, metaphysics, logic and reasoning, as well as seminars that involve small class sizes and lively discussions. This program also provides students with the opportunity to gain practical experience through internships or independent research projects. With a strong emphasis on critical thinking and analysis skills, graduates from this program are well-prepared for careers in areas such as law, policymaking, business management, public administration or teaching. By exploring the history of ideas and engaging in meaningful discussions about complex issues facing society today, students can gain invaluable insight into our world while honing their analytical abilities which will serve them well beyond their academic years.