Undergraduate Course Scheduling

In an effort to assist majors in planning their schedules, the Department offers certain high-demand courses on a regular schedule. While the Department cannot guarantee that the schedule below will always be followed, it will do everything possible to follow it.

Phil 1010, Critical Thinking – Fall, Spring, and Summer Semesters
Phil 2010, Introduction to Philosophy – Fall, Spring, and Summer Semesters
Phil 2500, Introduction to Symbolic Logic – Fall and Spring Semesters
Phil 3000, Introductory Seminar in Philosophy – Fall, Spring, and Summer Semesters
Phil 3010, History of Western Phil I, Ancient and Medieval – Fall and Spring Semesters
Phil 3020, History of Western Phil II, Modern – Fall and Spring Semesters
Phil 3720, Contemporary Moral Problems – Fall and Spring Semesters
Phil 3730, Business Ethics – Fall and Spring Semesters
At least one 4000-level history course – Fall and Spring Semesters
At least one 4000-level course that satisfies the metaphysics & epistemology requirement – Fall and Spring Semesters
At least one 4000-level course that satisfies the value theory requirement – Fall and Spring Semesters
Phil 4820, Philosophy of Law –Spring Semesters
Phil 4990, Senior Seminar in Philosophy –Fall, Spring, and Summer Semesters
At least two 4000-level courses –Fall, Spring, and Summer Semesters

 
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