College of Fine Arts and Humanities
Go directly to:
- To enable students to develop thoughtful attitudes toward life and the world through a
confrontation with the thought of great philosophers;
- To treat such problems as the nature of our individual and social lives, the nature of
the world in which we live, and the nature of our apprehension of, and response to that
world. All philosophy courses will include a close reading and analysis of primary sources
and a substantive writing component.
One option is available in this major:
- Philosophy - Bachelor of Arts Degree
The minor in Philosophy is available for students
pursuing majors in other disciplines.
Courses with the prefix PHIL are offered by the
5 May 2011