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philosophy and the general degree requirements

Listed below are philosophy courses that may be used to satisfy the CORE requirements. A single course cannot be used to satisfy two areas.

Ideals and Values (3 semester hours)
1000   Introduction to Philosophy
1100   Ethics
1200   Philosophy and Society
1600   Philosophy and Religion
2200   Major Social Theories
2610   Paganism to Christianity
3100   Ethical Theory
3110   Feminist Practical Ethics
3140   Environmental Ethics
3160   Bioethics
3190   War and Morality
3200   Social and Political Philosophy
3260   Philosophy and the International Order
3600   Philosophy of Religion

Historical Context (3 semester hours)
1010   Historical Introduction to Philosophy: Ancient Thought
1020   Historical Introduction to Philosophy: Modern Thought
3000   History of Ancient Philosophy (no prerequisite)
3010   History of Modern Philosophy
3410   History of Science: Ancients to Newton
3430   History of Science: Newton to Einstein

United States Context (3 semester hours)
1200   Philosophy and Society
2220   Philosophy and Law

Natural Science - partially satisfies (3 semester hours)
1400   Philosophy and the Sciences
3410   History of Science: Ancients to Newton
3430   History of Science: Newton Einstein

Gender and Cultural Diversity (3 semester hours)
2270   Philosophy and Race
2290   Philosophy and Women

Upper Division Writing (3 semester hours)
3480   Critical Thinking and Writing in Philosophy

updated 05/05/11

  

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