The Department of Philosophy at UCF offers undergraduate and graduate programs in humanities & cultural studies, philosophy, religion & cultural studies, cognitive sciences and ethics.
Our faculty and students pursue knowledge in diverse disciplines. Our programs emphasize the theoretical skills and knowledge to engage with complex issues of our time and provide a foundation for the pursuit of professional and academic goals in many fields including teaching, law, publishing, non-profit management, information and technology.
In the News
Ann Gleig to Study Sexual Misconduct, Abuse in Buddhist Communities
September 10, 2019 The project will also create resources that can help victims suffering from these abuses in religious communities heal.
University closed 8/30-9/3 due to Hurricane Dorian: CAH event cancellations and rescheduling
August 29, 2019 Events throughout the weekend have been cancelled or rescheduled.
New faculty members strengthen the arts & humanities
August 26, 2019 Please join us in welcoming our new colleagues in the College of Arts and Humanities.
Celebrate the newly-formed UCF Center for Ethics at its kickoff event: A conversation with Dr. Lisa M. Lee about the current state and future of ethics in research and academia. Lee will offer perspectives on questions like “What is an ethical cult…
The twentieth century saw the rise of many prominent black Muslim Americans, especially Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X, who took conspicuous and controversial stances on social justice issues. Despite such figures, Islam as a form of religiosity among bl…