Course Requirements

Ten courses (30 credits) including

Logic (PHIL 151)

Ancient Greek Philosophy (PHIL 201)

Early Modern Philosophy (PHIL 202)

One additional history of philosophy course from Medieval Philosophy (PHIL 301), Hume and Kant (PHIL 302), or Hegel, Marx and Nietzsche (PHIL 303)

One course from the Continental Philosophy set (PHIL 260, 342, 343, 450)

One course from the Social and Political Philosophy set (PHIL 100, 210, 220, 320, 325, 350) OR one course from the Ethics set (PHIL 160, 225, 226, 330, 335)

One course from the non-Western Philosophy set (PHIL 283, 284, 286, 287, 440)

Research in Philosophy (PHIL 485)

Two additional courses in Philosophy, at least one of which must be at the 300- or 400-level. With the approval of the major advisor, one of the following may be allowed: CPRD 299, CPRD 331, LATN 432, RELG 306, RELG 314, RELG 317, RELG 331, RELG 341.