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
Ethics
Select one from the following:3
Social and Political Philosophy3
Ethical Theory3
Philosophy of Law3
Logic
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
Business Ethics3
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
Epistemology3
Philosophy of Science3
Metaphysics3
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
Electives
Select sufficient electives to bring total to 120, including 48 upper-division. 243
Total Credits120
1

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2

HON 225G, HON 227G andHON 228G will also satisfy this requirement.