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B.A. or B.S. in Interdisciplinary Philosophy

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 9 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 410. 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 PHIL 101 as part of Cluster 2 in the General Education program it can double count as one course of this elective section. Neither PHIL 120 nor PHIL 150 can be used as an elective.

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