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  Nov 22, 2017
 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Philosophy - Intensive Track, BA


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Intensive major track


Philosophy courses


Select one course from each of the following three groups. At least one of these three courses must be taken at the 1000-level.

Elective courses


Group 1


Select five 1000-level courses from the following list. Courses taken to fulfill the Philosophy course requirement cannot be counted toward this elective course requirement.

Group 2


Select four courses from the following list. Courses taken to fulfill the Philosophy course requirement cannot be counted toward this elective course requirement.

Other requirements


Other requirements for the intensive Philosophy major:

  • Grade requirements: Students must earn at least a C in each course that is to count toward the major.
  • Writing (W) requirement: Students must complete at least one W-course in the major.
  • Satisfactory/No Credit option: There is no limit to the number of courses that can be taken on an S/NC basis.
  • Related area: A minimum of 12 credits is required in any one Dietrich School department chosen in consultation with the major advisor. The completion of an official Dietrich School minor or a Dietrich School or UCIS certificate also satisfies this requirement.
  • Honors major requirements: Students who complete the standard major, intensive major, or joint major will graduate with honors in philosophy if they have earned a grade of A- or better in at least six 1000-level PHIL courses, exclusive of PHIL 1902  and PHIL 1903 .
  • Joint majors with philosophy: Joint majors are not double majors but are multidisciplinary majors offered by two or more departments. The Department of Philosophy offers a joint major in Politics and Philosophy with the Department of Political Science, which is administered by the Department of Political Science. Consult the Department of Political Science for additional information.

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