Introduction to Philosophy: Philosophy 110 or 115.
History of Philosophy: Philosophy 200 and either 205 or 238.
Ethical Theory: Philosophy 220.
Electives: 2 courses from among Philosophy 221, 224, 232, 234, 238, 240, 241, 243, 250, 255, 260, 280, or 285.
Seminars: Philosophy 380 and either 350 or a different offering of 380.
Colloquium: Philosophy 385 (.5). This capstone course includes independent research, writing, and oral presentation in the discipline.
Majors are strongly advised to acquire intermediate level proficiency in a classical or modern language chosen in consultation with the advisor. They are also encouraged to pursue an internship, study abroad, or other experiential learning opportunity.
Students will be invited to consider pursuing departmental honors if they meet the following criteria: a GPA of 3.7 or higher in philosophy courses; at least 8 philosophy units completed or in progress; exceptional work in upper division philosophy courses; and a demonstrated commitment to philosophical engagement.