The major consists of 10 semester courses.
At least one course is required from each of two special areas:
PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 111 Ethics
PHIL 121 Citizen and Society
PHIL 225 Philosophy of Religion
PHIL 233 Philosophy and Literature
PHIL 236 Aesthetics
PHIL 241 Bio-Ethics
PHIL 242 Medical Ethics
PHIL 255 Feminism, Philosophy and the Law
PHIL 260 How Judges Reason
PHIL 329 Nineteenth-Century Continental Philosophy
At least two courses (in addition to PHIL 401) are required at the 300 level or above. Not more than two courses at the 100 level, other than logic, may count toward the major. Students may be invited by the department to become honors candidates or to elect other independent work.