|PHIL 100||A First Course in Philosophy||3|
|PHIL 200/200H||Logic and Critical Reasoning||3|
|PHIL 240||Ancient Philosophy||3|
|PHIL 242||Modern Philosophy||3|
|PHIL 300||Epistemology and Metaphysics||3|
|PHIL 350||Contemporary Moral Issues||3|
|Four Philosophy electives above the 200 level, planned with department advisor||12|
Students majoring in Philosophy must publish at least two articles in the philosophical review, Thesis XII, and give at least one presentation at the annual philosophy student mini-conference. Course substitutions by departmental permission.