Jan 26 2021 13:10:34

Liberal Arts: Philosophy

Sharpen Your Critical Thinking and Analytical Skills With a Philosophy Degree

A professor that teaches courses for the Liberal Arts Philosophy degree, in the library holding up the book 'Socrates Way'.
If you are a deep thinker and are seeking a broad education that can be the foundation for careers in law, education, public service, religion, business, or more, a degree in Liberal Arts: Philosophy is for you.

Why Choose NECC?

By completing this program, you will experience a wide range of ideas and viewpoints through a variety of classes that emphasize critical reading, critical thinking, research, and communications. With this program, you can:

Because of NECC

Mass Transfer - links goes to the Mass Department of Ed Mass Transfer website

Upon graduation from NECC with a degree in Liberal Arts: Philosophy, you will have acquired a strong foundation for transferring to a four-year school, and can pursue many career paths. Upon completion of the program, you can:

  • Take advantage of MassTransfer Pathways and other transfer agreements to earn your bachelor’s degree, while saving thousands of dollars on the cost of your degree
  • Prepare for a career in fields such as law, education, public service, business, politics, and more


Courses and Requirements


Program Pathway

A pathway is the most efficient sequence of courses semester-to-semester recommended for students to complete their degree. View the suggested pathway for the Liberal Arts Philosophy Associate Degree.


Professor of Philosophy

Professor of Philosophy

Meredith Gunning, Ph.D.

Professor of Philosophy
Phone: 978-556-3539

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