Philosophy Major

 

The philosophy major is designed for those students who want a solid grounding in the discipline and can serve as preparation for those who are interested in advancing into graduate studies in philosophy or related fields.

 

In addition to fulfilling UWG's Core requirements (60 hours), philosophy majors will take the following courses:

 

Program Related Courses

18

1.  PHIL 2010 (Introduction to Philosophy)

3

2.  PHIL 2020 (Critical Thinking)

3

3.  PHIL 2030 (Introduction to Ethics)

3

4.  Humanities Elective

3

5.  Foreign Language through 2002

6

 

 

Upper Division Courses in Philosophy

33

1. PHIL 3100 (Ancient / Medieval Philosophy)

3

2. PHIL 3110 (Modern Philosophy)

3

3. EITHER
     PHIL 3120 (American Philosophy) OR
     PHIL 4150 (Analytic Philosophy)

3

4. EITHER
     PHIL 3140 (Existentialism) OR
     PHIL 4100 (Phenomenology)

3

5. PHIL 4300 (Senior Seminar)

3

An additional six (6) courses, with a minimum of one (1) course from each of the areas A, B, C and D.

 

A. · American Phil  · Symbolic Logic   

     · Analytic Phil  · History & Phil. of Science

3

B. · Existentialism   · Phenomenology  

     · Friendship & Love  · Phil in Lit. & Film 

     · Hermeneutics

3

C. · Philosophy of Law     · Political Philosophy

     · Professional Ethics   · Feminist Philosophy

3

D. · Religious Texts   · Asian Philosophy 

     · Philosophy of Religion    · Christian Thought 

3

PHIL 3/4000

3

PHIL 3/4000

3

 

 





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