Philosophy- Bachelor of Arts
For information, contact the Department of Philosophy, 212 Hall Auditorium, 513-529-2440.
Philosophy is the search for knowledge regarding fundamental questions. The philosophy major provides students with the opportunity to examine the nature of reality and to understand the origin and development of ideas that structure and underlie the world and our lives. Philosophy majors will learn how to read complex texts critically, to write meaningfully and with clarity, and to understand and develop arguments.
(34 semester hours)
|PHL 245||Writing Philosophy||3|
|PHL 301||Ancient Philosophy||4|
|PHL 302||Modern Philosophy||4|
|PHL 404||What is Philosophy?||3|
|Select any two 400/500 level seminars (4 credits each)||8|
|Select 12 credit hours in philosophy 1||12|
|Total Credit Hours||34|
No more than one course may be at the 100 level, not more than two of the additional courses may be at the 200 level and not more than 3 credits can be from independent study.
A minimum 2.00 GPA is required for all courses in the major, and courses must be taken for a grade, not credit/no credit.