Philosophy - Bachelor of Arts

General Education Requirements 135
Viewing a Wider World Requirement 16
Departmental Requirements
Introductory Philosophy
PHIL 101GThe Art of Wondering3
or PHIL 201G Introduction to Philosophy
Select one from the following:3
Social and Political Philosophy3
Ethical Theory3
Philosophy of Law3
PHIL 211GInformal Logic3
or PHIL 312 Formal Logic
History of Philosophy
Select one from the following:3
Plato and the Discovery of Philosophy3
Ancient Philosophy3
Modern Philosophy3
Applied Ethics
Select one from the following:3
Biomedical Ethics3
Environmental Ethics3
Engineering Ethics3
Ethics and Sports3
Applied Ethics3
Ethics and Biomedical Research3
Ethics and Global Poverty3
Select two from the following:6
Philosophy of Language3
Philosophy of Mathematics3
Philosophy of Mind3
Philosophy of Science3
Philosophical Writing
PHIL 448Writing Philosophy3
Additional Requirements
Select at least an additional 12 credits in philosophy, 6 of which are courses numbered 300 or above or the following HON courses:12
Select sufficient electives to bring total to 120, including 48 upper-division. 243
Second Language Requirement: (not required)
Total Credits120

 For more information about General Education Courses, please see the General Education Courses section of the catalog.


 HON 227G andHON 228G will also satisfy this requirement.

Second Language Requirement

For the Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy there is no second language requirement.