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Fall 2016 Academic Catalog (August 2016 - December 2016) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

History of Philosophy (BA)


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The Philosophy Program explores the fundamental problems of knowledge, truth and reason, the nature of reality, existence, meaning, and value, ethical conduct, and aesthetic phenomena.  It develops the analytical, critical, and communication skills applicable to a wide range of disciplines in the Arts, Humanities, Sciences, and Professional Degree Programs.  It encourages self-discovery and responsible, effective civic engagement.

The Philosophy Program provides practical training for a wide range of careers including philosophy, religion, law and public service.

Students may pursue a major in the History of Philosophy of a minor in Philosophy.  The Program also works closely with other Divisions and Professional Degree Programs to enable students to pursue a second major or a minor in philosophy to support their career objectives.

 

Degree Requirements:


The degree of Bachelor of Arts in the History of Philosophy requires successful completion of 120 semester hours, including (1) the Program of General Studies which must include six hours of one modern language; (2) courses within the History of Philosophy program as outlined below; and (3) a minor or program of electives worked out with the student’s advisor.

Nine hours (three courses) of upper level philosophy electives.


  • PHIL course, 300 level or higher (3)
  • PHIL course, 300 level or higher (3)
  • PHIL course, 300 level or higher (3)

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