Along with specific requirements for any major, all students in the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree programs must meet all general education and graduation requirements under a single catalog.
|Select 24 credits in philosophy including the following: 1, 2|
|PHIL 243||Intro To Logic||2-4|
|or PHIL 245||Logic|
|PHIL 311||History of Philosophy - Ancient and Medieval||4|
|PHIL 312||History of Philosophy - Modern & Contemporary||4|
|PHIL 494||Philosophy Capstone: Revisiting the Good Life||2|
|Select at least one relevant philosophy "bridge" course (see list)||1-4|
|Complete 16 credits of required courses in the companion discipline (see list)||16|
At least 12 of the 24 philosophy credits must be upper-division.
Approved bridge course and Required courses
|Approved Bridge Course|
|Advanced Topics in Philosophy (Topic: "Critical Race Theory" in either course)|
or PHIL 448
|Advanced Topics in Philosophy|
|Complete 16 credits from the following list:||16|
|Messages, Influence, and Culture|
|History in Africa Before 1850|
|History in Africa Since 1850|
|Music of the African Diaspora|
|Racial and Ethnic Relations|
|Race, Class, and Justice|
Other upper-division course may be applicable but require approval from the Philosophy Department Chair.