The Department of Communication and Philosophy offers a Philosophy minor, and every Communication major is required to take philosophy courses, too.
An ideal job for someone with training in philosophy is working in law or government.
To learn more about careers in government, criminal justice, and non-profit, Keene State College students are invited to attend an upcoming regional career fair:
- Thursday, Oct. 8, 1:30 to 4 p.m, Woodward Center at Westfield State University in Westfield, MA
Registration for the Spring 2016 semester begins soon.
To help students decide what classes to enroll in, the Department of Communication and Philosophy scheduled an evening advising event. Faculty recommend that current Communication majors and intended majors attend:
- Monday, Oct. 12, 6 to 7:30 p.m., Mountain View Room in the Student Center
Specifically, seniors who want to take “COMM 479: Senior Project” in the spring need to attend this advising event so that they can learn about the themes of the different sections of the course that will be offered and receive permission to enroll from faculty. Students who want to enroll in the new “COMM 379: Internship” course also need to come to this advising event to learn about how that class will now be run. Finally, a panel of students will also give advice about what they benefited from studying away and other curricular experiences.
For more information, contact the department chair: Dr. Nigel Malcolm.