James Baublitz ’08 came to Susquehanna unsure which academic path to pursue—and ended up picking three.
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Meet Our Students and Graduates
Hear straight from students just like you. Or read stories from successful alumni who'll tell you just how far a degree in philosophy can take you.
When she first met with Susquehanna University officials at a college fair in St. Croix—at the urging of a trusted music teacher—Gertrude Gonzales de Allen planned to pursue a health career, but the liberal arts curriculum opened her eyes to other options.
Kirstin Waldkoenig '14, who majored in creative writing and philosophy, received one of four Fulbright awards given in 2014-15.
Though a biology and philosophy double major may seem uncommon, Julia Tolin ’18 says she has found that countless students double major in these fields.
Natalie Ciabattoni '17 majored in both French and philosophy because she plans to become an international lawyer.
Studying political science and philosophy is helping to pave the way to a career as a defense attorney for Tyler Burke '19.