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The major at is excellent preparation for post-graduate work in law, business, teaching, or research. It just so happens that philosophers dominate on the GRE.Check it out. And the LSAT for law schoolPhilosophy and classics majors perform the best on that test, too.Really, the world is starting to catch on to what philosophers have known for millennia. All things considered,philosophy is actually the most practical thing you can study, and likely pretty important forthe future of technology.Career OutcomesA Philosophy major prepares you for an array of careers, including attorney, minister, technical writer, teacher, editor, publisher, mediation specialist, counselor, museum curator, social worker, activist, and ethics adviser for businesses and hospitals.
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Bachelor Degree
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USD 31,532
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4 Years
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St. Ambrose University

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St. Ambrose University is a private Roman Catholic university in Davenport, Iowa. It is affiliated with the Diocese of Davenport.
St. Ambrose University is committed to helping students from all financial backgrounds achieve their dreams of gaining a quality education. Many families believe that they will not qualify for financial aid, but almost 90 percent of St. Ambrose undergraduate students receive financial aid assistance.
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Davenport Campus - St. Ambrose University

518 W. Locust St. Davenport, IA 52803

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The campus is located in Davenport, Iowa, part of the Quad Cities – a bi-state (Iowa and Illinois) metropolitan area situated on the only major stretch of the Mississippi River that runs from east to west.