This major offers useful preparation for any career in which the abilities to comprehend difficult material and to think and write clearly and logically are important. The major serves as an excellent foundation for postgraduate work in law and theology, as well as in philosophy itself.
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- Total Credits Required for Degree120
- General Education30-40
- Philosophy Electives24
- At least 8 credits must be at the 300-level or above.
*Recommended but not required.
Note: Students may substitute courses from a different department to meet the major requirement in philosophy as long as they have a heavy philosophical content.
Any substitution must have the written approval of the student’s adviser and the head of the Philosophy Department. A copy of the substitution(s) will be sent to the Registrar's Office by the department.