It should not be a requirement that all college students take at least one philosophy class. To being with, not all college students are studying something in which philosophical thinking would be required. A dental student should spend their time focusing on more relevant content to their career field. Secondly, philosophical thinking as it pertains to fields of study can be taught within the subject area rather than as a separate class. In studying to become a teacher a person can learn about educational philosophies rather than taking arbitrary philosophy that holds no relevance to their goals. Thus, philosophy should not be required, but perhaps only encouraged as it helps within a particular field.
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