About this course
The courses in philosophy acquaint students with the intellectual and moral traditions of their civilization and aim to develop in the student the skills necessary to think clearly and carefully for themselves--to question their assumptions and to judge their principles critically with the depth required for them to act as mature, integrated, free persons in their society and to provide it with enlightened, responsible leadership and service.
- International students interested in pursuing a graduate degree from Gonzaga should apply directly to the school they are considering. Additional application materials for international students include a financial declaration and supporting financial documents, as well as proof of English proficiency. Many students attend Gonzaga's English as a Second Language program to complete the English requirement, or attain a 550 on the TOEFL exam.