The student may choose a Philosophy major.
The student minoring in Philosophy is required to take two (2) courses from 210, 211, 212, 304, or 306 and any four (4) electives in Philosophy, only one (1) of which may be cross-listed from another area.
Students judged qualified by the Philosophy faculty may upon invitation elect to pursue honors work in Philosophy. To graduate "With Honors in Philosophy" a student is expected to have an overall GPA of 3.00 or better and a GPA of 3.00 or better in the major. He/she must have completed at least nine (9) hours of honors courses, including Honors 490 and 493. In addition, the student must pass a comprehensive exam in the major and be nominated by the Philosophy faculty.
Relationship between majors. While he or she may be required to take a common core of courses, the student who majors in two (2) areas offered by the program may count only six (6) hours of credit from courses used to fulfill the requirements of the first major to fulfill the total credit-hour requirements of the second major. A similar limitation applies to the student who elects both a major and minor offered by the Program, except that in such instances only three (3) hours of duplicate course credit may be applied.
Program and Course Information
- Philosophy Program under The School of Humanities and Social Sciences in the University Catalog [PDF]
- Undergraduate Course Descriptions in the University Catalog [PDF]