This major is for students who want to be seriously involved in philosophical study either as a primary discipline or as foundational work for related studies. Graduates will be prepared for, and able to pursue, graduate work in philosophy, ethics, religion, law, and related fields.
Administrator: Joseph Bankard
Requirements: 36 credits
Choose 30 credits from the following:
Choose 6 additional credits from PHIL courses above and/or the following:
Recommended: Completion of the intermediate level of a foreign language.