Philosophy Option

Freshman YearCredits
Choose 1 lower division Philosophy class:3
PHL 101IH - Intro Phil:Reason and Reality
PHL 103D - Philosophy and Popular Culture
PHL 110IH - Intro Ethics:Good and Evil
PHL 205CS - Other Animals
PHL 255D - Philosophy and Culture
PHL 270 - Philosophies of Asia
PHL 278CS - Origins of Life
University Core and Electives21
Year Total: 24
Sophomore YearCredits
PHL 236Q - Logic3
One Year Modern Language*8
Choose 1 of the following classes in Ethics/Aesthetics/Political Philosophy:3
PHL 310 - Moral Theory
PHL 312 - Contemporary Moral Problems
PHL 321 - Philosophy & Biomedical Ethics
PHL 322 - Philosophy & Envirnmntl Ethics
PHL 327 - Aesthetics and the Arts
PHL 328 - Philosophy and Film
PHL 350RH - State, Community & Individual
PHL 351 - Philosophy and Feminism
PHL 353 - Philosophy and Technology
PHL 354 - Philosophy of Race
University Core and Electives18
Year Total: 32
Junior YearCredits
PHL 361RH - Hist of Philo:Ancient/Medieval3
PHL 362 - History of Philosophy: Modern3
Choose one of the following classes in Metaphysics and Epistemology:3
PHL 303 - Approaches to Epistemology
PHL 304 - Metaphysics
PHL 305 - Contemporary Philosophy
PHL 308 - Language and the World
PHL 345 - Philosophy of Science
PHL 365 - Phil of Mind and Consciousness
PHL 370 - Philosophy of Religion
University Core and Electives21
Year Total: 30
Senior YearCredits
PHL 494 - Seminar3
PHL 494 - Seminar3
Choose 4 additional upper division Philosophy classes:12
PHL 303 - Approaches to Epistemology
PHL 304 - Metaphysics
PHL 305 - Contemporary Philosophy
PHL 308 - Language and the World
PHL 310 - Moral Theory
PHL 312 - Contemporary Moral Problems
PHL 321 - Philosophy & Biomedical Ethics
PHL 322 - Philosophy & Envirnmntl Ethics
PHL 327 - Aesthetics and the Arts
PHL 328 - Philosophy and Film
PHL 345 - Philosophy of Science
PHL 350RH - State, Community & Individual
PHL 383 - Reason and Revolution
PHL 385 - Existentialism and After
PHL 491 - Special Topics
PHL 492 - Independent Study
PHL 498 - Internship
University Core and Electives 9
Year Total: 27
Total Program Credits: 113

A minimum of 120 credits is required for graduation; 42 of these credits must be in courses numbered 300 and above. Students must receive a grade of C- or better in all required courses.

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The 1 year language requirement will be waived for students who COMPLETE a second major or double degree.