Requirements for Major in Philosophy

The following requirements must be fulfilled:

The general requirements stated under Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, Undergraduate Programs.

Program-specific curriculum:

Recommended
PHIL 1051Introduction to Philosophy
or PHIL 1051W Hist Intro-Western Philosophy
Required
The following three courses (9 credits):
PHIL 2045Introduction to Logic
PHIL 2111History of Ancient Philosophy
or PHIL 2111W History of Ancient Philosophy
PHIL 2112History of Modern Philosophy
One of the following courses (3 credits) :
PHIL 3113Nineteenth-Century Philosophy
or PHIL 3113W 19th-Century Philosophy
PHIL 3172American Philosophy
or PHIL 3172W American Philosophy
PHIL 4192Analytic Philosophy
or PHIL 4192W Analytical Philosophy
PHIL 4193Twentieth-Century Continental Philosophy
or PHIL 4193W Twentieth-Century Continental Philosophy
Four additional philosophy (PHIL) courses (12 credits) numbered 2000 or above.
One of the following options:
A: Two Proseminar courses
PHIL 4198Proseminar (6 credits)
B: Honors thesis option (requires departmental approval and a senior thesis)
PHIL 4198Proseminar (3 credits)
PHIL 4199Readings and Research (3 credits)