This option is designed for students who want to concentrate in philosophy but also apply philosophical ideas to work in other departments. Part of the requirements for this concentration is a cognate of 12 credit hours from a different but related discipline.
|Core Courses||Credit Hours|
|PHIL 250. Introduction to Symbolic Logic||3|
|PHIL 330. Moral Theory||3|
|PHIL 340. Ancient Greek Philosophy||3|
|PHIL 341. Modern Philosophy||3|
|Choose one of the following Metaphysics/Epistemology courses: 1||3|
|REL/PHIL 218. Philosophy of Religion|
|PHIL 300. Knowledge and Belief|
|PHIL 311. Metaphysics|
|PHIL 392. Philosophy of Mind|
|PHIL 394. Self and Identity|
|PHIL 395. Philosophy and Scientific Inquiry|
|PHIL 420. Philosophy of Language|
|Philosophy electives (nine credits must be at the 300-level or above) 2||12|
|Cognate of three courses from one or more disciplinary areas outside of||9|
1 Depending on the manner in which they are taught, the following topics classes may be counted toward the metaphysics/epistemology requirement if they are approved by petition to the academic unit head: PHIL 390, PHIL 391 and PHIL 475.
2 If the student takes GPHIL 101 as part of Cluster 2 in the General Education program it can double count as one course of this elective section. Neither GPHIL 120 nor GPHIL 150 can be used as an elective.