Career Possibilities in Philosophy
The conversation usually goes something like this…
“What are you going to study? What are you going to do with that major?”
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Philosophy graduates from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln go on to succeed in a wide variety of careers — anything that requires a versatile, self-motivated, deadline-driven professional with skills in critical analysis, problem solving, and communication.
Below are a few examples:
The law profession values the ability to think and write clearly, to analyze and present arguments cogently. Philosophy majors have high rates of acceptance in law schools.
Philosophy alumni have gone on to a variety of positions in various government agencies. Their ability to think critically, to make and evaluate arguments, and to understand other people’s assumptions prepare them well for government careers.
The connection between philosophy and computers is obvious for anyone who has studied logic – not to mention cognitive science.