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Courses for Degree Completion


Required Courses

      Area One: Language and Logic

  • PHI 2240 - Symbolic Logic
  • PHI 3121 - Philosophy of Language

      Area Two: History

  • PHI 3000 - History of Ancient Philosophy
  • PHI 3020 - History of Modern Philosophy

      Capstone Course

  • PHI 4100 - Senior Seminar

 

      Subtotal: 15 Credits

 


 


Additional Course Requirements

Choose one course, either traditional or non-traditional, from each of the following areas: 


 

  • PHI 3320 - Metaphysics
  • PHI 3330 - Epistemology
  • PHI 3400 - Philosophy of Science
  • PHI 3530 - Philosophy of Mind

 

     

  • PHI 3150 Social and Political Philosophy
  • PHI 3350 Ethical Theories
  • PHI 3360 Business Ethics
  • PHI 3370 Computers, Ethics, and Society
  • PHI 3380 Science and Human Values: Variable Topics      
  • PHI 3390 Aesthetics
  • PHI 3430 Philosophy of Law
  • PHI 3450 Human Nature and Conduct: Variable Topics

     

  • PHI 3180-Feminist Philosophy
  • PHI 3410 - Eastern Philosophy (Variable Topic)

    

  • PHI 3480 Histories of Desire: Variable Topics
  • PHI 3500 Advanced Humanistic Inquiry: Variable Topics
  • PHI 3510 Phenomenology
  • PHI 3550 Existentialism
  • PHI 3570 Hermeneutics
  • PHI 3600 Currents in American Thought: Variable Topics
  • PHI 3610 Religious Studies: Variable Topics
  • PHI 3700 Philosophy and the Arts: Variable Topics
  • PHI 3810 Major Philosophers: Variable Topics

 

      Subtotal: 12 Credits

 


 


Additional Philosophy Electives

Select three additional Philosophy electives, one of which may be lower division (1000 - 2000):

 

      Subtotal: 9 Credits

 


 


 Total: 36 Credits


    Philosophy Major Checklist

A letter grade of "C-" or better is necessary in each of the required courses. Students should note that programs differ in the minimum grade required. 

 


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