Philosophy - Law, Ethics, and Society Concentration, B.A.
Requires students to complete the philosophy major foundation courses, plus at least seven additional courses in philosophy. To graduate in the concentration, students must complete the following requirements:
|PHIL 100||A First Course in Philosophy||3|
|PHIL 200||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|
|PHIL 400||Contemporary Legal Philosophy||3|
|Select two of the following applied ethics courses:||6|
|Special Topics in Philosophy (Biomedical Ethics)|
|Special Topics in Philosophy (Information Ethics)|
|Select one social and political philosophy course:||3|
|Social and Political Philosophy|
|Special Topics in Philosophy|
an approved equivalent
|Two Philosophy electives above 200 level in consultation with advisor||6|
Course substitutions by department approval only.
Students pursuing the concentration must publish at least two articles in the departmental philosophical review, Thesis XII, and produce a senior capstone project as the basis for a presentation at the annual philosophy student mini-conference.