Philosophy makes a GREAT second major. In fact, most SAU philosophy majors are double majors. One of your majors prepares you to earn a living (that's generally not philosophy) and the other prepares you for living.
The Philosophy Department at St. Ambrose University has a tradition of dedicated and dynamic teachers who have lasting effects on students. Our professors are known to have correspondence with their students long after they've graduated. You can read some of their stories here.
Through our teaching and involvement with public and academic lectures, we remain integral to the University's tradition of promoting peace and justice.
Futher, more than any other single department, the Philosophy Department is able to fulfill, comprehensively, the University's Mission Statement of enabling students to "develop intellectually, spiritually, ethically, socially and artistically."
Good news! Our recent research shows that most of our philosophy majors have yet to be condemned to death for corrupting the youth.
Since Philosophy is one of the few SAU departments without a geographic center on campus, its professors see themselves being especially integrated into an interdisciplinary learning environment. Consequently, SAU philosophy students find themselves interested and knowledgeable in many fields.
And there's an additional bonus when you major: many of your philosophy classes also fulfull general education requirements!
Finally, the world is starting to catch on to what philosophers have known for millenia. All things considered, philosophy is actually the most practical thing you can study.