Thirty credits including:
|PHIL 013||QR: Introduction to Logic||3|
|PHIL 101||History of Ancient Philosophy||3|
|PHIL 102||History of Modern Philosophy||3|
|At least four 200-level courses (twelve credits) in philosophy 1||12|
|Two additional courses in philosophy at/above the 100-level (six credits)||6|
|One additional philosophy course at any level||3|
No more than 3 credits of undergraduate research, thesis credits, and/or independent studies may be taken in fulfillment of this requirement.
Whenever possible, PHIL 013 should be taken in advance of higher level course work in philosophy. PHIL 013 is different from other philosophy courses, however, and is not representative of course work in the major.
ENGS 050 is recommended, and, whenever possible, should be taken in advance of higher level course work in philosophy.
Credit not awarded for more than one philosophy course numbered below 100, except that credit will be given for PHIL 013 in addition to one other course numbered below 100.