Then an Associate of Arts in Philosophy from Franciscan University Online is for you.
For decades, Franciscan University has been welcoming students from around the world to its campus in Steubenville, Ohio, offering them an academically rich education and life-changing personal and intellectual formation.
Now, with the Online Associate of Arts in Philosophy degree, we’re bringing that same Franciscan education and formation, with the same world-class professors, to you, wherever God has you.
Whether you’re a high school student wanting to get a head start on college, a non-traditional student hoping to eventually study on campus, or an aspiring entrepreneur wanting to begin training your mind for a lifetime of problem-solving, Franciscan Online puts an AA degree within your reach.
The AA in Philosophy Program is fully online. That means you can complete all 60 credit hours on your own schedule, at your own pace, and from your own home. Classes are offered in the spring, summer, and fall, with the option of taking classes one at a time or taking multiple courses concurrently.
At just $500 per credit hour, tuition is affordably priced, and financial aid is available for those who qualify.
Whether you choose to take just one course through the online AA program or complete the entire degree program, all credits earned through Franciscan University Online are 100 percent transferable to our on-campus programs. This means that the work you put into an associate degree from Franciscan University Online today is guaranteed to count toward a bachelor’s degree from Franciscan University tomorrow.
Philosophy studies the thought of the greatest thinkers the world has ever known. It also provides a lesson in problem solving, critical evaluation, clarity and depth of thought, and persuasive argumentation. This is one reason why philosophy majors outscore students from all other humanities majors on the GRE and LSAT. It’s also one reason so many employers seek out philosophy majors, knowing their rigorous intellectual training makes them valuable in many different fields. Whether your future includes a career in business, journalism, law, education, public service, or the Church, a degree in philosophy can help you get there.
An AA in Philosophy can take you almost anywhere you want to go. Whether you continue on to earn a bachelor’s degree in philosophy or choose to major in another subject such as theology, business, or political science, beginning your studies with a concentration in philosophy will give you a competitive edge in the classroom and in life.
Here, are just a few of the fields that welcome people with academic training in philosophy.
No one can say senior political science major Dan Woltornist
doesn’t come by his conservative political philosophy honestly.
The grandson of not one, but two
Russian immigrants who separately fled the Soviet Union in the 1940s, the New
Jersey native grew up hearing tales of the trials his grandparents and
great-grandparents endured under the Communist regime, and of their near
escapes from Stalin’s secret police