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Philosophy courses:

PHI 101 Problems of Philosophy
PHI 102 Practical Logic
PHI 401–410 Advanced Topics in Philosophy
PHI 601 Philosophy Capstone

And two history of philosophy courses (any course numbered PHI 200-209):

PHI 200 Ancient & Medieval Philosophy
PHI 202 Foundations of Modern Philosophy
PHI 206 19th & 20th Century Philosophy

And two topics in philosophy courses (any course numbered PHI 210-229):

PHI 212 Philosophy of Science
PHI 218 Philosophy of Mind

One ethics course (and course numbered 230-259):

PHI 230 Environmental Ethics
PHI 240 Biomedical Ethics
PHI 250 Business Ethics

And one additional elective Philosophy course selected from any of the above categories.


What can you do with a Philosophy degree?

Imagine yourself in local government, human resources, the ministry, the law, advertising, marketing, business, or journalism.