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B.A. in Philosophy Checklist

Course Checklist

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY THE MAJOR IN PHILOSOPHY
STUDENT NAME __________________________

  ADVISOR ________________________________

STUDENT ID. ____________________________

  Date modified ____________________________

CHECKLIST FOR THE MAJOR IN PHILOSOPHY
1. ___ One lower level philosophy course in
the ethics group (181, 182, 283, 284,
285, 286, 287, 288, 289; or a 300-
level equivalent).
 

  Number _____ title _____________________________
2. ___ One lower level philosophy course in
the metaphysics or epistemology group,
including Being Human, but not Logic
(271, 272, 273, 275, 276, 277, 279,
280; or a 300-level equivalent).

  Number _____ title _____________________________
3. ___ One course in logic (274 or 301).

  Number _____ title _____________________________
4. ___ Ancient Philosophy (304).

5. ___ Classical Modern Philosophy (309).

6. ___ One seminar (395-399) in a historical
period or a contemporary topic.

  Number_____ title_____________________________
7. ___ One any-level philosophy elective.

  Number_____ title_____________________________
8. ___ One 300-level philosophy elective.

  Number_____ title_____________________________
9. ___ One 300-level philosophy elective.

  Number_____ title_____________________________
10.___ One 300-level philosophy elective.

  Number_____ title_____________________________
11.___

One 300-level philosophy elective.


  Number_____ title_____________________________

For more information, contact the Undergraduate Philosophy Director, Dr. James Harrington at: jharr4@luc.edu



DEPARTMENTAL HONORS REQUIREMENTS.

To receive departmental honors in philosophy a student must:

• Satisfy all philosophy major requirements
• Have a GPA of 3.5 or higher in philosophy
• Take one additional 300-level course in philosophy as approved by the department honors advisor
• Complete an honors thesis paper, and pass an public oral defense of it