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1 College of Arts and Sciences (Undergraduate) Philosophy and Religious Studies - Undergraduate Log Number: Philosophy and Religious Studies - Undergraduate Change a degree-major of an existing program Bachelor of Arts - Philosophy Major Major: Philosophy Concentration: General Philosophical Studies Degree: Bachelor of Arts Major Requirements (18 24 credits) Requires grades of C or higher PHI 3130 (GM) Symbolic Logic (3 Credits) Or take another Logic course REMOVE PHI 3xxx Philosophical Methods (3 credits) ADD PHI 4935 Philosophy Seminar (3-4 Credits) REMOVE HISTORY (6 credits): Select two courses, each from a different history category. Ancient Western History PHH 3100 Ancient Greek Philosophy (3 credits) PHH 3104 Socrates and the Sophists (3 credits) PHI 3935 Ancient Greek Philosophy: Special Topics (3 credits) Modern Western History PHH 3400 Modern Philosophy (3 credits) PHH th Century Philosophy (3 credits) PHP 3786 Existentialism (3 credits) Non-Western History PHH 3820 (FC) Chinese Philosophy (3 credits) PHH 3860 (FC) Japanese Philosophy Through Culture (3 credits) PHI 3930 Philosophies of India (3 credits)

2 SELECT ONE FROM THE FOLLOWING: (3cr) REMOVE KNOWLEDGE AND REALITY (3 credits) PHI 3300 Introduction to Epistemology (3 credits) PHI 3500 Introduction to Metaphysics (3 credits) PHI 3700 Philosophy of Religion (3 credits) PHP 3790 Pragmatism PHM 3500 Philosophy of History PHI 3xxx Philosophy of Science (3 credits) CHANGE LEVEL PHI 3xxx Philosophy of Mind (3 credits) CHANGE LEVEL PHI 3xxx Selected Topics in Knowledge and Reality (3 credits) ADD VALUE THEORY (6 credits) PHI 3601 Ethics (3 credits) PHM 3020 Philosophy of Love and Sex (3 credits) PHM 3050 Ethical Issues in Death and Dying (3 credits) PHM 3100 Social Philosophy (3 credits) PHM 3304 Political Philosophy (3 credits) PHM 3361 Philosophy of Democracy (3 credits) PHM 3400 Philosophy of Law (3 credits) PHI 3632 Ethics of Sex and Gender (3 credits) PHI 3664 Ethics East and West (3 credits) PHI 3633 Bioethics (3 credits) PHI 3637 Ethical Issues in Public Health (3 credits) PHI 3640 Environmental Ethics (3 credits) PHI 3641 Business Ethics (3 credits) PHI 3800 Aesthetics (3 credits) PHI 3880 Philosophy of Film (3 credits) PHI 3xxx Selected Topics in Value Theory (3 credits) ADD PHI 3881 Philosophy of Music (3 credits) PHM 3500 Philosophy of History (3 credits) PHI 3643 Ethics and Literature (3 credits) PHI 3670 Moral Conflict (3 credits) PHI 3684 The Art of Living (3 credits) DIVERSE METHODS AND PERSPECTIVES (3 credits) PHM 3362 Global Justice (3 credits) PHH 3811 Philosophy of Zen Buddhism (3 credits) PHI 3xxx Philosophy of Race and Racism (3 credits) ADD PHI 3931 East and West: Special Topics (3 credits) PHI 3932 Special Topics in Asian Thought and Practice (3 credits) PHI 3xxx Introduction to Buddhism (3 credits) ADD Any 3000 or 4000 level REL course (3 credits)

3 Major Electives (15 9 credits) Students are free to select 3 major electives from any 3000 or 4000 level philosophy courses offered by the program; one elective must be from the 4000 level. PHI 3xxx Philosophical Methods is a prerequisite for all 4000 level courses. Students in the general philosophical studies track are free to select major electives from any philosophy courses offered by the program. A minimum of 6 hours must be taken at the 4000 level. REMOVE No more than 15 hours of transfer credit may be used. Only 3 hours of PHI 4905 may be used in the major. Grades of C or higher required in courses used toward the major. PHI 3120 The Greek Experience, PHI 3860 Japanese Philosophy through Culture REMOVE and PHI 3930 Germany Today or other foreign culture courses may not be used as electives in the philosophy major. SELECT 3 COURSES AT 3000 LEVEL PHH/PHI/PHM/PHP (9 credits) SELECT 2 COURSES AT 4000 LEVEL PHH/PHI/PHM/PHP (6 credits) REMOVE Minor Required A minor is required for this major.* (Credits will vary) The minor must be selected from the list of approved minors, including those outside the college of the major. See List of Minors in the Undergraduate Catalog. Minors are generally completed during the last 60 credit hours of your program. Your minor may require prerequisites, so choosing a minor early is beneficial. See your Advisor to declare a minor. *(Double majors are exempt from a minor.) Foreign Language/Foreign Cultures Foreign Language (8 CHs)/Foreign Culture Requirement (6 CHs): All BA students in the College of Arts and Sciences are required to complete either (i) the Foreign Language option or (ii) the Foreign Culture option, in either case with grades of C or higher. TAKE 8 HRS OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE Select one two-course sequence of Spanish, French, Chinese, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, or American Sign Language. The first course in each of the two-course sequences is typically offered in the fall; the second course in each of the two-course sequences is typically offered in the spring. To determine whether to enroll in the first or the second course of the two-course French or Spanish sequences, incoming students with prior experience in French or Spanish must take a placement exam. Students who place above the beginning level will satisfy the Foreign Language option by earning a "C" or better in the second French or second Spanish course into which they have placed. Students who complete a 3000-level French or Spanish course with a "C" or above have demonstrated the mastery that is required in the two-course French or Spanish sequence and may request retroactive credit for the sequence. The retroactive credit will either be 3 or 6 credits, depending on their placement following the exam. This policy applies to Chinese as well, placement being determined by the professor of the program. FC Foreign Culture Option Students who successfully completed 2 years of foreign language in high school have the option of

4 taking 6 hours of foreign culture courses instead of 8 hours of college level foreign language. Foreign cultures contain (FC) in the course title. A complete list of foreign culture courses can be found in the Arts & Sciences Advising Office. Free Electives (4 credits) ELECTIVES 4 HOURS (3000/4000) This degree requires a minimum of 120 total hours with 48 upper (3000/4000) level hours. Free electives may be courses in any discipline (provided the required prerequisites are met) and they are the hours needed to satisfy the total hour requirement. These hours may vary (consult your advisor about free elective hours needed to graduate). Major: Philosophy Concentration: Legal-Political-Social Studies Degree: Bachelor of Arts Major Requirements (18 credits) Requires grades of C or higher PHI 3xxx Philosophical Methods (3 credits) ADD PHI3601 Ethics (3 Credits) PHI3130 (GM) Symbolic Logic (3 Credits) Or take another Logic course REMOVE PHI4935 Philosophy Seminar (3-4 Credits) REMOVE HISTORY (6 credits): Select two courses, each from a different history category. Ancient Western History PHH 3100 Ancient Greek Philosophy (3 credits) PHH 3104 Socrates and the Sophists (3 credits) PHI 3935 Ancient Greek Philosophy: Special Topics (3 credits) Modern Western History PHH 3400 Modern Philosophy (3 credits) PHH th Century Philosophy (3 credits) PHP 3786 Existentialism (3 credits) Non-Western History PHH 3820 (FC) Chinese Philosophy (3 credits) PHH 3860 (FC) Japanese Philosophy Through Culture (3 credits)

5 PHI 3930 Philosophies of India (3 credits) SELECT ONE FROM THE FOLLOWING: (3 credits) REMOVE KNOWLEDGE AND REALITY (3 credits) PHI 3300 Introduction to Epistemology (3 credits) PHI 3500 Introduction to Metaphysics (3 credits) PHI 3700 Philosophy of Religion (3 credits) PHP 3790 Pragmatism PHM 3500 Philosophy of History PHI 3xxx Philosophy of Science (3 credits) CHANGE LEVEL PHI 3xxx Philosophy of Mind (3 credits) CHANGE LEVEL PHI 3xxx Selected Topics in Knowledge and Reality (3 credits) ADD Major Electives (15 credits) Select at least 12 hours from the following track courses. The remaining 3 hours may be selected from the track or any other approved philosophy course except the foreign culture courses. At least 6 3 hours of electives must be at the 4000 level. No more than 15 hours of transfer credit may be used. Only 3 hours of PHI 4905 may be used in the major. Grades of C or higher required in courses used toward the major. PHI 3120 The Greek Experience, PHI 3860 Japanese Philosophy through Culture REMOVE and PHI 3930 Germany Today or other foreign culture courses may not be used as electives in the philosophy major. SELECT 4 FROM THE FOLLOWING: (12 credits) PHI 3632 Ethics of Sex & Gender (3 credits) PHI 3670 Moral Conflict (3 credits) PHI 3930 ST: Philosophy (3 credits) PHI 4420 Philosophy of Social Sciences (3 credits) PHI 4905 Directed Individual Study (3 credits) PHI 4930 Topics in Philosophy (3 credits) PHM 3050 Ethical Issues/Death & Dying (3 credits) PHM 3100 Social Philosophy (3 credits) PHM 3304 Political Philosophy (3 credits) PHM 3362 Global Justice (3 credits) PHM 3361 Philosophy of Democracy (3 credits) PHM 3400 Philosophy of Law (3 credits) PHM 4340 Contemporary Political Philosophy (3 credits) PHI 3xxx Selected Topics in Value Theory (3 credits) ADD SELECT 1 ADDITIONAL 3000/4000 COURSE (3 credits) Minor Required A minor is required for this major.* (Credits will vary) The minor must be selected from the list of approved minors, including those outside the college of the major.

6 See List of Minors in the Undergraduate Catalog. Minors are generally completed during the last 60 credit hours of your program. Your minor may require prerequisites, so choosing a minor early is beneficial. See your Advisor to declare a minor. *(Double majors are exempt from a minor.) Foreign Language/Foreign Cultures Foreign Language (8 CHs)/Foreign Culture Requirement (6 CHs): All BA students in the College of Arts and Sciences are required to complete either (i) the Foreign Language option or (ii) the Foreign Culture option, in either case with grades of C or higher. TAKE 8 HRS OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE Select one two-course sequence of Spanish, French, Chinese, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, or American Sign Language. The first course in each of the two-course sequences is typically offered in the fall; the second course in each of the two-course sequences is typically offered in the spring. To determine whether to enroll in the first or the second course of the two-course French or Spanish sequences, incoming students with prior experience in French or Spanish must take a placement exam. Students who place above the beginning level will satisfy the Foreign Language option by earning a "C" or better in the second French or second Spanish course into which they have placed. Students who complete a 3000-level French or Spanish course with a "C" or above have demonstrated the mastery that is required in the two-course French or Spanish sequence and may request retroactive credit for the sequence. The retroactive credit will either be 3 or 6 credits, depending on their placement following the exam. This policy applies to Chinese as well, placement being determined by the professor of the program. FC Foreign Culture Option Students who successfully completed 2 years of foreign language in high school have the option of taking 6 hours of foreign culture courses instead of 8 hours of college level foreign language. Foreign cultures contain (FC) in the course title. A complete list of foreign culture courses can be found in the Arts & Sciences Advising Office. Free Electives (4 credits) ELECTIVES 4 HOURS (3000/4000) This degree requires a minimum of 120 total hours with 48 upper (3000/4000) level hours. Free electives may be courses in any discipline (provided the required prerequisites are met) and they are the hours needed to satisfy the total hour requirement. These hours may vary (consult your advisor about free elective hours needed to graduate). Major: Philosophy Concentration: Studies in Applied Ethics Degree: Bachelor of Arts Major Requirements (18 credits) Requires grades of C or higher PHI 3xxx Philosophical Methods (3 credits) ADD PHI3601 Ethics (3 Credits) PHI3130 (GM) Symbolic Logic (3 Credits) Or take another Logic course REMOVE

7 PHI4935 Philosophy Seminar (3-4 Credits) REMOVE HISTORY (6 credits): Select two courses, each from a different history category. Ancient Western History PHH 3100 Ancient Greek Philosophy (3 credits) PHH 3104 Socrates and the Sophists (3 credits) PHI 3935 Ancient Greek Philosophy: Special Topics (3 credits) Modern Western History PHH 3400 Modern Philosophy (3 credits) PHH th Century Philosophy (3 credits) PHP 3786 Existentialism (3 credits) Non-Western History PHH 3820 (FC) Chinese Philosophy (3 credits) PHH 3860 (FC) Japanese Philosophy Through Culture (3 credits) PHI 3930 Philosophies of India (3 credits) SELECT ONE FROM THE FOLLOWING: (3 credits) REMOVE KNOWLEDGE AND REALITY (3 credits) PHI 3300 Introduction to Epistemology (3 credits) PHI 3500 Introduction to Metaphysics (3 credits) PHI 3700 Philosophy of Religion (3 credits) PHP 3790 Pragmatism PHM 3500 Philosophy of History PHI 3xxx Philosophy of Science (3 credits) CHANGE LEVEL PHI 3xxx Philosophy of Mind (3 credits) CHANGE LEVEL PHI 3xxx Selected Topics in Knowledge and Reality (3 credits) ADD Major Electives (15 credits) Select 12 hours from the following track courses. The remaining 3 hours may be selected from the track or any other approved philosophy course except foreign culture courses. At least 6 3 hours of electives must be at the 4000 level. No more than 15 hours of transfer credit may be used. Only 3 hours of PHI 4905 may be used in the major. Grades of C or higher required in courses used toward the major. PHI 3120 The Greek Experience, PHI 3860 Japanese Philosophy through Culture REMOVE, and PHI 3930 Germany Today or other foreign culture courses may not be used as electives in the philosophy major.

8 SELECT 4 FROM THE FOLLOWING:(12 credits) PHI 3633 Bioethics (3 credits) PHI 3640 Environmental Ethics (3 credits) PHI 3641 Business Ethics (3 credits) PHI 3670 Moral Conflict (3 credits) PHI 3684 The Art of Living (3 credits) PHI 3930 ST: Philosophy (3 credits) PHI 4453 Philosophy of Psychiatry (3 credits) PHI 4674 Lies & Self Deception (3 credits) PHI 4905 Directed Individual Study (3 credits) PHI 4930 Topics in Philosophy (3 credits) PHI 3637 Ethical Issues in Public Health (3 credits) PHM 3050 Ethical Issues/Death & Dying (3 credits) PHM 3100 Social Philosophy (3 credits) PHM 3304 Political Philosophy (3 credits) PHM 3362 Global Justice (3 credits) PHM 3400 Philosophy of Law (3 credits) PHI 3xxx Selected Topics in Value Theory (3 credits) ADD SELECT 1 ADDITIONAL 3000/4000 COURSE (3 credits) Minor Required A minor is required for this major.* (Credits will vary) The minor must be selected from the list of approved minors, including those outside the college of the major. See List of Minors in the Undergraduate Catalog. Minors are generally completed during the last 60 credit hours of your program. Your minor may require prerequisites, so choosing a minor early is beneficial. See your Advisor to declare a minor. *(Double majors are exempt from a minor.) Foreign Language/Foreign Cultures Foreign Language (8 CHs)/Foreign Culture Requirement (6 CHs): All BA students in the College of Arts and Sciences are required to complete either (i) the Foreign Language option or (ii) the Foreign Culture option, in either case with grades of C or higher. TAKE 8 HRS OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE Select one two-course sequence of Spanish, French, Chinese, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, or American Sign Language. The first course in each of the two-course sequences is typically offered in the fall; the second course in each of the two-course sequences is typically offered in the spring. To determine whether to enroll in the first or the second course of the two-course French or Spanish sequences, incoming students with prior experience in French or Spanish must take a placement exam. Students who place above the beginning level will satisfy the Foreign Language option by earning a "C" or better in the second French or second Spanish course into which they have placed. Students who complete a 3000-level French or Spanish course with a "C" or above have demonstrated the mastery that is required in the two-course French or Spanish sequence and may request retroactive credit for the sequence. The retroactive credit will either be 3 or 6 credits, depending on their placement following the exam.

9 This policy applies to Chinese as well, placement being determined by the professor of the program. FC Foreign Culture Option Students who successfully completed 2 years of foreign language in high school have the option of taking 6 hours of foreign culture courses instead of 8 hours of college level foreign language. Foreign cultures contain (FC) in the course title. A complete list of foreign culture courses can be found in the Arts & Sciences Advising Office. Free Electives (4 credits) ELECTIVES 4 HOURS (3000/4000) This degree requires a minimum of 120 total hours with 48 upper (3000/4000) level hours. Free electives may be courses in any discipline (provided the required prerequisites are met) and they are the hours needed to satisfy the total hour requirement. These hours may vary (consult your advisor about free elective hours needed to graduate).

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