Philosophy Major | Philosophy & Religion

Philosophy Major

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Major in Philosophy
The major requires completion of 11 classes/33 credit hours in philosophy:

  • 1050 Introduction to Philosophy or 1400 Ethics and Society or 1900 Philosophy of Art or 2500 Environment and Society or 2600 Ethics and Science
  • 2050 Introduction to Logic or 3300 Symbolic Logic
  • 3310 Ancient Philosophy
  • 3330 Modern Philosophy
  • 3600 Philosophy of Religion or 4100 Epistemology or 4400 Metaphysics
  • 3120 Social & Political Philosophy or 3400 Ethical Theory or 4150 Feminism
  • 3250 Philosophy of Science or 3450 Philosophy of Technology or 4200 Philosophy of Science, Technology and Society
  • 4450 Philosophy of Ecology or 4700 Environmental Ethics or 4740 Environmental Justice
  • Elective (any 3000-4000 level PHIL course)
  • Elective (any 3000-4000 level PHIL course)
  • 4970 Philosophy Capstone - SPRING semester only, SENIOR year seminar

Minor in Philosophy
The minor consists of 6 classes/18 credit hours in philosophy -- 3 classes/9 hours must be advanced (3000-4000 level courses)

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