Religion Concentration

 

The UWG Philosophy Program offers a religion concentration for philosophy majors. This concentration is intended for students who are especially interested in theology and religious studies and helps to prepare philosophy majors for graduate study in those areas.

 

In addition to fulfilling UWG's Core requirements (60 hours), philosophy majors in the religion concentration will take the following courses (courses in red are offered during spring 2014):

 

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.  PHIL 2130 (Introduction to World Religion)

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. PHIL 3205 (Religious Texts)

3

4. PHIL 3220 (Christian Thought)*

3

5. PHIL 4230 (Philosophy of Religion)

3

6. PHIL 4300 (Senior Seminar)

3

An additional five (5) courses, with a minimum of one (1) course from each of the areas A, B, and C

 

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

PHIL 3/4000

3

PHIL 3/4000

3

 

For more information about the religion concentration,
contact Dr. Mark Tietjen (678-839-6294; mtietjen "at" westga.edu).

 

* PHIL 3170 (Asian Philosophy) may be substituted for PHIL 3220.

 

 

 

 





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