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The philosophy major requires courses in the traditional core fields of philosophy, such as the history of philosophy, logic and critical thinking, epistemology, and value theory. Students must complete at least 44 credit hours in philosophy with the following provisions:
At least 44 total credits of PHL courses.
At least 24 credits must be upper division.
No courses used to satisfy the requirements of major may be taken S/U.
Only courses with C– or better will be accepted for the major.
Students must have a 2.5 GPA in those courses used to satisfy the requirements of the major.
Four Year Degree Maps (Talk with philosophy advisor Dr. Marta Kunecka about possibilities for completing your philosophy major in four years.)
The philosophy minor requires a course in the history of philosophy and a course in logic, as well as elective courses. Students must complete 27 credit hours in philosophy with the following provisions:
To help you visualize what your philosophy studies might look like, we have created subject based Pathways that give sample groupings of courses that can be used to fulfill requirements for both the major and minor.