Pathway for Philosophy Majors: BA/JD or BS/JD Option
First-Year Writing I
Seminar for Freshmen
Math Core Requirement
Human Behavior and Societies Core Requirement
First-Year Writing II
PHIL-119, PHIL-120, PHIL-123, or PHIL-127*
Creativity & Innovation Core Requirement
PHIL-113 or PHIL-212 (PHIL-212 required for BS students)**
PHIL-210 (Ancient & Medieval)***
STE Core Requirement
Studies in Literature Core Requirement
STE (+ Lab if BS) Core Requirement
Social, Cultural, & Global Perspectives Core Requirement****
PHIL 400-level course
VPATH Core Requirement (BS students only)
Elective (BA students)
Elective (all students)
PHIL-515, Senior Symposium
*Fulfills Ethical & Philosophical Inquiry Core Requirement
**Although numerous courses satisfy the Quantitative Analysis Core Requirement for the BS, PHIL majors may fulfill the requirement by completing Formal Logic (PHIL-212).
***Although numerous courses satisfy the Social and Intellectual History Core Requirement for the BS and the Social and Intellectual History/VPATH Core Requirement for the BA, PHIL majors may fulfill the requirement by completing PHIL-210 or PHIL-211.
****Based on availability, selected PHIL courses may be double counted to satisfy the Social, Cultural, & Global Perspectives Core Requirement, allowing additional free electives
Note: Students electing to follow the undergraduate Applied Ethics concentration in Philosophy need to use elective slots to take 513 (Internship) and three additional courses in ethics, political philosophy, or philosophy of law. With careful course selection, these courses may also count for other Core or Major requirements, allowing for more free electives.
Note for BA Students: The Modern Language requirement may be fulfilled by a competency level of 102 or above and a minimum of one language course in any language other than English. Exemption from the modern language requirement is granted at the proficiency level of 202 in any qualifying language.