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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2015–2017 Programs of Study and Courses for Liberal Arts Students Programs, Faculty, and Courses Philosophy 730 Major Requirements  

Major Requirements


Students must pass a minimum of 11 classroom courses of 3 or more credits each in philosophy to earn the major. At least six of these courses may be at the 300 or 400 level. No more than three courses from outside of the department can be transferred toward the major. Not more than one D grade can be applied toward the major. Among these courses must be the following:

1. One semester of logic from among the following:

  01:730:201  Introduction to Logic (3)

  01:730:315  Applied Symbolic Logic (3)

  01:730:407  Intermediate Logic I (3)

  01:730:408  Intermediate Logic II (3)

2. One semester of ancient or medieval philosophy from among the following:

  01:190:322  Greek Political Philosophy (3)

  01:190:353  Aristotle (3)

  01:730:301  Socrates and Plato (3)

  01:730:302  Plato and Aristotle (3)

  01:730:304  The Origins of Medieval Philosophy (3)

  01:730:305  Philosophy in the High Middle Ages (3)

  01:730:306  Between Medieval and Modern Philosophy (3)

  01:730:352  Plato (3)

  01:730:401  Plato (3)

  01:730:402  Aristotle (3)

3. One semester of modern philosophy from among the following:

  01:730:307  Descartes, Locke, and the 17th Century (3)

  01:730:308  Hume, Kant, and the 18th Century (3)

  01:730:404  Spinoza (3)

  01:730:405  Kant (3)

  01:730:406  Nineteenth-Century Philosophy (3)

  01:730:416  Leibniz (3)

4. One semester of advanced ethics or political philosophy from among the following:

  01:730:330  Ethics of War and Conflict (3)

  01:730:341  Ethics through History (3)

  01:730:342  Social and Political Philosophy through History (3)

  01:730:380  Ethics and Practical Reason (3)

  01:730:441  Ethical Theory (3)

  01:730:442  Moral Responsibility (3)

  01:730:445  Topics in Social and Political Philosophy (3)

  01:730:450  Topics in Moral Philosophy (3)

  01:730:459  Advanced Seminar in Ethics (3)

  01:730:470  Ethics and Practical Reason (3)

5. Two courses from among the following, at least one of which must be at the 400 level:

  01:730:210  Philosophy of Language (3)

  01:730:215  Introduction to Metaphysics (3)

  01:730:220  Theory of Knowledge (3)

  01:730:225  Introduction to the Philosophy of Science (3)

  01:730:328  Philosophy of Psychology (3)

  01:730:360  Philosophical Aspects of Cognitive Science (3)

  01:730:410  History of Analytic Philosophy (3)

  01:730:412  Epistemology (3)

  01:730:413  Social Epistemology (3)

  01:730:415  Metaphysics (3)

  01:730:418  Philosophy of Mind (3)

  01:730:419  Philosophy of Perception (3)

  01:730:420  Philosophy of Language (3)

  01:730:421  Semantics of Language (3)

  01:730:424  Logic of Decision (3)

  01:730:425  Philosophy of Science (3)

  01:730:426  Philosophy of Physics (3)

  01:730:427  Philosophy of Social Sciences (3)

  01:730:428  Topics in the Philosophy of Psychology (3)

  01:730:429  Philosophy of Biology (3)

A student may petition the department to substitute other courses for those on this list to satisfy any of the above requirements.

 
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