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Philosophy Minor, Honor Society, and Clubs

Philosophy Minor

Enhance your bachelor’s degree with a philosophy minor. Minors are 15-24 credit hours and help to broaden your degree program. Explore our residential minor degree completion plan linked below.


Prepare for further studies in these fields with a minor in philosophy.

  • Law school
  • Seminary
  • English
  • History
  • Philosophy
  • Education
  • Counseling
  • Political Science
  • Government
  • Classics
  • Linguistics
  • Art Theory or Art History
  • Ancient or Modern Languages
  • Campus Ministry

Philosophy Honors Society

The Philosophy Department also has standing in the National Honor Society for Philosophy, Phi Sigma Tau, out of Pepperdine University. We joined Phi Sigma Tau in 1987 and are known at Chapter Virginia – Zeta of Phi Sigma Tau. In order to be inducted into this society, you must major in Philosophy (B.A.), be of junior or senior standing, and maintain a 3.5 or higher GPA. If you are interested, contact Dr. Jones at msjones2@liberty.edu.


Ratio Christi (LU Apologetics Club)

Mon. 7-8:15 p.m.
Jerry Falwell Library Room 171

Ratio Christi or “Reason of Christ” is a national evangelical movement in schools, colleges, and universities across the U.S. and Canada. This organization seeks to glorify God by teaching and encouraging Christian young men and women to boldly and rationally defend the faith while being sensitive to the people we pray for and converse with.

Check our Facebook page for weekly locations, topics, and speakers. Come out and enjoy Christian support, prayer, and fellowship. Meet fellow students and make new friends as we learn together!

Contact

Dr. Ed Martin
Faculty advisor, Ratio Christi
enmartin@liberty.edu

Ashley Peters
Student president, Ratio Christi
apeters5@liberty.edu


Philosophy Club

All students are invited to participate. The Philosophy Club is a place to discuss and debate issues in classical and contemporary thinking in an informal setting. It’s a great place to meet new people, find people with common interests and pastimes, do fun activities together, and drink coffee or tea. Join us as we read, explore, and ponder the great arguments and claims in the history of thought and ideas while enjoying Christian fellowship in a mutually supportive environment. The club is open to those who want to pursue truth even as we are pursued by the One who is True!

Contact

Dr. Michael Jones
Faculty advisor, Philosophy Club
msjones2@liberty.edu

Gabriel O’Dea
Student president, Philosophy Club
godea@liberty.edu