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B.A. in Philosophy

I. Required Courses: 6 S.H.

· PHI 140 Symbolic Logic
· PHI 380 Senior Seminar

II. Restricted Electives: 9 S.H. Select 3 from the following courses:

· PHI 105 Medieval Philosophy
· PHI 116 Ancient Philosophy
· PHI 121 Modern Philosophy: Rationalists/Empiricists
· PHI 136 Kant to Hegel

III. Open Electives: 18 S.H.
 Two courses (6 s.h.) must be at the 100 level or above.  Three courses (9 s.h.) must be at the 300 level or above:

· PHI 015 Critical Thinking
· PHI 020 Introduction to Logic
· PHI 030 Introduction to Philosophy
· PHI 040 Introduction to Ethics
· PHI 060 Intro. To Religious Studies
· PHI 080 Business Ethics
· PHI 105 Medieval Philosophy
· PHI 110 Comparative Study of Religion
· PHI 116 Ancient Philosophy
· PHI 121 Modern Philosophy: Rationalists/Empiricists
· PHI 125 Philosophical Aspects of Death & Dying
· PHI 130 Asian Philosophy
· PHI 136 Kant to Hegel
· PHI 150 History of Scientific Ideas
· PHI 160 Philosophy of Sport
· PHI 170 Philosophy of Religion
· PHI 210 Medical Ethics
· PHI 202 Honors: Two Philosophers Worth Knowing Well
· PHI 215 Persons, Life, and Death
· PHI 225 Metalogic
· PHI 230 Philosophy of History
· PHI 235 Topics in Moral Theory
· PHI 240 Philosophy of Social Sciences
· PHI 241 Philosophy of Mind
· PHI 245 Human Love and Sexual Morality
· PHI 249 Interpretations of the Quran
· PHI 260 Philosophy of Art
· PHI 265 Social & Political Philosophy
· PHI 270 Interpretation of Religious Texts
· PHI 280 American Philosophy
· PHI 310 Theory of Knowledge
· PHI 330 Philosophy of Science
· PHI 345 Metaphysics
· PHI 350-354 Selected Topics in Philosophy
· PHI 355 Existentialism & Phenomenology
· PHI 375 Philosophy of Language
· PHI 379 Independent Study
· PHI 470 Selected Topics in Philosophy

Concomitant Courses: 15 S.H.
Select courses from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences with the approval of the faculty advisor.

Free Electives: 12 S.H.
Select courses from the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences. Electives may include courses toward a minor with approval of faculty and minor advisor.