Philosophy: Environmental Ethics

Philosophy: Environmental Ethics B.A. or B.S.

Environmental ethics explores questions concerning the values, beliefs and attitudes that influence how people relate to the environment, and trains students to navigate diverse perspectives skillfully, to reflect on the ethics of these perspectives, and to communicate clearly and persuasively about environmental issues.

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Graduates in philosophy with an emphasis in environmental ethics find employment in the nonprofit sector working for environmental advocacy, conservation, sustainable food systems, alternative energy, and environmental education

Get Involved on Campus
The Philosophical Society of UWSP is a student organization dedicated to promoting and maintaining a mature and professional environment for students interested in the field of philosophy and philosophical discussion. Regular activities include student facilitated conversations about controversial and topical issues. Faculty also attend some meetings to share some of their own work with students. The Philosophical Society welcomes all students. For further information, please contact the faculty advisor to the Philosophical Society, Joshua Horn at

Phi Sigma Tau is the international honor society for the study of philosophy. The purpose of Phi Sigma Tau is to cultivate interest in philosophy among students and to celebrate high achievement in the study of philosophy. Phi Sigma Tau publishes a journal, Dialogue, for student contributions in all areas of contemporary philosophical research. For further information, please contact the faculty advisor to Phi Sigma Tau, Jason Zinser at

More opportunities can be found on the Stevens Point Involvement Network (SPIN).

Gain Experience Outside the Classroom

Philosophy students are active in many student organizations, including the Student Government Association, and are frequently included in the ranks of the Chancellor's Albertson Student Leadership Award winners.

Students with outstanding original work have the opportunity to present their research at the College of Letters and Science Undergraduate Research Symposium, held each spring.

Internships and creative experiential learning opportunities give majors hands on experience in professional settings.  

Meet Your Philosophy Professors

UW-Stevens Point philosophy faculty ensure students read carefully, think critically, communicate effectively and participate meaningfully in environments characterized by cultural, religious and philosophical diversity. Meet your professors!

Environmental Ethics B.A. Requirements
Environmental Ethics B.S. Requirements

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