Marketable Skills



Introduction: Philosophy, above all, trains one to identify, analyze, and solve complex problems. Regardless of the career one goes into, these are an incredibly valuable skills that makes one desirable to employers as well as trains one for leadership positions in private industries and public organizations. 
• Use skills acquired in masterpieces of culture and history to analyze complex problems and devise creative and effective solutions.  
• Apply the art of persuasion to construct strong arguments.
• Analyze and apply moral and ethical theory to effectively project the outcomes of actions.
• Apply effective research practices and evaluate outcomes.   

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