Over the last 2,500 years, philosophy has transformed physics, biology, logic and mathematics, economics, politics, linguistics, psychology, religion, culture, and our understanding of how we should live. You can join that tradition at MIT by simply taking an introductory philosophy course, or by digging deeper with a philosophy concentration, minor, or major. Don’t let your time at MIT go by without some exposure to the discipline that questions our deepest assumptions. If you have any questions about the program, please contact Professor Tamar Schapiro, the Undergraduate Officer and Advisor. And don’t forget about MIT’s undergraduate philosophy club.