Philosophy: Requirements for the Major

Disciplinary Major

Supporting Courses, (9 credits)

Choose one of these, (3 credits):

PHILOS 213: Ancient Philosophy (3 credits)

PHILOS 214: Early Modern Philosophy (3 credits)

Choose two of these, (minimum of 6 credits):

PHILOS 101: Introduction to Philosophy (3 credits)

PHILOS 102: Contemporary Ethical Issues (3 credits)

PHILOS 103: Critical Thinking (3 credits)

PHILOS 105: Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy (3 credits)

PHILOS 208: Biomedical Ethics (3 credits)

PHILOS 211: Philosophy of Art (3 credits)

PHILOS 212: Philosophy, Religion, and Science (3 credits)

PHILOS 213: Ancient Philosophy (3 credits)

PHILOS 214: Early Modern Philosophy (3 credits)

PHILOS 216: Introduction to Asian Philosophy (3 credits)

PHILOS 217: Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion (3 credits)

PHILOS 220: Environmental Ethics (3 credits)

Upper-Level Courses, (24 credits)

Choose two of these, (minimum of 6 credits):

PHILOS 309: Religion and Medieval Philosophy (3 credits)

PHILOS 323: Modern Philosophy (3 credits)

PHILOS 324: Contemporary Philosophy (3 credits)

PHILOS 401: Plato and Aristotle (3 credits)

Choose two of these, (minimum of 6 credits):

PHILOS 301: Ethical Theory (3 credits)

PHILOS 308: Philosophy and the Sciences (3 credits)

PHILOS 326: Philosophy, Politics and Law (3 credits)

PHILOS 420: Metaphysics (3 credits)

Electives, (minimum of 12 credits):

Four additional upper-level courses from those listed above or

PHILOS 403: Topics in Philosophy (3 credits)