Philosophy is considered as both knowledge and skill. As knowledge, it addresses those questions that interpret our understanding of the external world and clarify the basic scientific concepts; But as a skill, it widens the power and scope of thinking so that one is empowered to discover points in different scientific fields that non-philosophical minds are unable to grasp, and by careful analysis of the issues in various areas of science, they can find such reasonable and precise answers that those unfamiliar with philosophy are not able to do so. Philosophy is regarded as the mother of all the sciences, both historically and theoretically. Therefore, all those who are interested in various science fields, especially those who pursue basic sciences and humanities, are required to get familiar with philosophical topics and to follow them to some extent.

There are few careers directly defined for graduates of Philosophy. However, in addition to scientific research attempts on issues linked to Philosophy, a graduate of philosophy can enter any career that requires analytical abilities and careful evaluation, to excel colleagues who do not have a philosophy background. A graduate of philosophy can work as an analyst, evaluator and planner in many career fields such as social affairs, politics, human resources, media and public relations, and many other areas of work. In particular, those who are interested in working professionally and as a researcher or lecturer in various branches of the humanities, must first complete a Bachelor's degree in philosophy and enter other branches of the humanities in postgraduate studies.