Philosophy Major Requirements

There are two Emphasis options in the Philosophy Bachelor's of Arts degree. The General Emphasis is best for students interested in pursuing graduate work in philosophy after completion of the bachelor's degree, and students who have interests in subjects outside of Moral Philosophy and Ethics. Students who are interested in law school can pursue either emphasis. Students interested in Ethics and who don't plan to pursue graduate studies in philosophy will enjoy the Ethics Emphasis.

These outlines are no substitution for visiting your academic advisor. For information on which advisor you should visit with, go HERE.

General Emphasis Requirements are outlined here:

General Emphasis Course Listing & Requirements

General Emphasis Course Planner

Ethics Emphasis Requirements are outlined here:

Ethics Emphasis Course Listing & Requirements

Ethics Emphasis Course Planner

Further Requirements

For full requirements, read your General Catalog and also see HERE.

 

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