Course Sequence

Suggested Sequence for Philosophy Majors

Freshman Year

First Semester 

   3 credits in Art, Drama, or Music
   3 credits in English 1301
   3 credits in History 1311
   3 credits in Language 1301 (or 2311)
   3 credits in Philosophy 1301


   15 Total Semester Hours


Second Semester
  
   3 credits in Math
   3 credits in English 1302
   3 credits in History 1312
   3 credits in Language 1302 (or 2312)
   3 credits in Theology 1310

   15 Total Semester Hours

Sophomore Year

First and Second Semesters    6 credits in English 2311 & 2312
   6 credits in History 2301 & 2302
   3 credits in Philosophy 2323
   3 credits in Theology 2311
   3 credits in Politics 1311
   6 credits in Language 2311 & 2312 (or elective)
   3 credits in Philosophy 3311

   30 Total Hours over Two Semesters

Junior Year

First Semester 

   3 credits in Philosophy 3344
   3 credits in Philosophy 3339
   3 credits in Philosophy 4336
   4 credits in Science (with Lab)
   3 credits Economics 1311


   16 Total Semester Hours


Second Semester
  
   3 credits in Philosophy 3345
   3 credits in an advanced Philosophy elective
   3 credits in Philosophy 3351
   4 credits in Science (with Lab)
   3 credits in electives

   16 Total Semester Hours

Senior Year

First Semester 

   3 credits in Philosophy 3347 (or Advanced Elective)
   3 credits in Philosophy 3346 (or Advanced Elective)
   3 credits in Philosophy 4341
   6 credits in electives


   15 Total Semester Hours


Second Semester 
  
   3 credits in Philosophy 3343
   3 credits in Philosophy 4337 or 4338
   3 credits in Philosophy 4332
   6 credits in other electives

   15 Total Semester Hours

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