The department offers a variety of undergraduate major and minor programs in Philosophy. For further information on our undergraduate programs, please contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Paul Crowe.
Descriptions of upper level courses for Spring 2015 are available here: Course Descriptions upper level Spring 2015
The Philosophy Major
The Philosophy Department offers a 36-credit B.A. degree program. The program is designed to provide a solid foundation for various professions in business, government, and professional schools (such as law), as well as an excellent background for the further study of philosophy.
Philosophy Major with Pre-Law Emphasis
The department makes special provisions for students who have chosen the Philosophy major as preparation for entry into law school. These students follow a path slightly different from that of traditional major with assistance from their advisor. Dr. Paul Crowe is the Director of the Law Scholars Program and the Pre-Law Society, pre-law professional programs in the College of Liberal Arts.
The Philosophy Minor
The Minor in Philosophy is an excellent way to extend the breadth of your education and the understanding of the world. To minor in philosophy, a minimum of 18 semester hours must be completed.