Ten courses in philosophy, eight of which must be at the 200 level or above. The courses must include Philosophy 201 and 203; a course at the 200 level or above in value theory (for example, ethics, political philosophy); a course at the 200 level or above in metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of mind, or philosophy of science, a course in logic (Philosophy 150, 250 or 350), and at least one seminar at the 500-600 level. (These requirements apply to students who matriculated in Fall 2005 or later.)
At least five courses, no more than two of which may be below the 200 level. No specific courses are required. All students who wish to pursue a minor are encouraged to seek advice from faculty members in the department.
Certificate Program in Philosophy, Politics and Economics
This program is of special interest to students focusing on political philosophy, philosophy and the social sciences, public service and most of all, law school. For information on this certificate program please visit the PPE site.