Philosophy and Religion Option

Freshman YearCredits
CLS 101US - Knowledge and Community3
WRIT 101W - College Writing I3
University Core and Electives 24
Year Total: 30
Sophomore YearCredits
PHL 236Q - Logic3
One Year Modern Language*8
RLST 202D - Hindu Traditions
or RLST 203D - Buddhist Traditions
3
Choose one of the following:3
RLST 204IH - Intro to the Hebrew Bible
RLST 205IH - Introduction to New Testament
RLST 206IH - Origins of God
RLST 207IH - Myth and Belief
University Core and Electives 13
Year Total: 30
Junior YearCredits
PHL 361RH - Hist of Philo:Ancient/Medieval3
PHL 362 - History of Philosophy: Modern3
PHL 370 - Philosophy of Religion3
Choose one of the following in ethics:
PHL 312 - Contemporary Moral Problems
PHL 310 - Moral Theory
PHL 321 - Philosophy & Biomedical Ethics
PHL 322 - Philosophy & Envirnmntl Ethics
Choose one of the following 300-level or 400-level Religious Studies:3
RLST 321 - Religion and Gender
RLST 325 - Religion and Literature
RLST 326 - Topics in Religion
RLST 330 - Religion of Ancient Egypt
RLST 332 - Archaeology & Religion
RLST 402 - Natural/Unnatural/Supernatural
RLST 405 - Text and Image
RLST 407 - Violence & Religion
RLST 410 - What is Religion?
University Core and Electives 18
Year Total: 30
Senior YearCredits
PHL 494 - Seminar3
PHL 494 - Seminar3
Choose one of the following in metaphysics/epistemology:3
PHL 303 - Approaches to Epistemology
PHL 304 - Metaphysics
PHL 305 - Contemporary Philosophy
PHL 308 - Language and the World3
PHL 345 - Philosophy of Science
PHL 365 - Phil of Mind and Consciousness3
PHL 370 - Philosophy of Religion3
Choose one of the following 300 level or 400-level Religious Studies courses:3
RLST 321 - Religion and Gender
RLST 325 - Religion and Literature
RLST 326 - Topics in Religion
RLST 330 - Religion of Ancient Egypt
RLST 332 - Archaeology & Religion
RLST 402 - Natural/Unnatural/Supernatural
RLST 405 - Text and Image
RLST 407 - Violence & Religion
RLST 410 - What is Religion?
University Core and Electives18
Year Total: 39
Total Program Credits: 129

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.