Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PP&E) degree
Are you the kind of person who can read the newspaper and truly understand the assumptions and flaws in the arguments being stated? Do you like to debate conflicting economic and political theories? Some of the world’s toughest challenges are rooted in a variety of academic disciplines; with a bachelor of arts in Philosophy, Politics and Economics you’ll find your chance to see the bigger picture and really wrap your head around the social, economic and political issues societies face.
Outside of Class – PPE
Outside of Class
Join the Student Government Association and work on campus improvements and university policy, all while representing the rest of your graduating class. Join the Enactus team where you will develop and execute community outreach projects to solve real world problems. Participate in the Federal Reserve Challenge, an intercollegiate monetary policy contest sponsored by the 5th District Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Baltimore Branch. Alternatively, join Amnesty International or the Politics Club to put your debating skills to the test. Or write for Tolle Lege, a campus journal that publishes student philosophical and theological writings.
Careers in philosophy, politics and economics (PP&E)
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Mount graduates with philosophy, politics and economics degrees
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