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2007-2009 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Philosophy and Psychology BA


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Faculty Advisors: Consult the Department Chairs in Philosophy and in Psychology.

The Joint Program in Philosophy and Psychology is designed to emphasize study of areas of concern to both disciplines while the student is preparing for advanced work in either one. Course selections should be made in consultation with an advisor from each department.

Requirements.

  1. All requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS)  Bachelor of Arts degree, including general education requirements and a foreign language. General education requirements in the natural sciences may not include courses in psychology.
  2. Philosophy (21 credits)
    1. Logic.
      PHL 202  or PHL 302 .
    2. Value Theory.
      One from PHL 264 , PHL 266 , PHL 360 , PHL 361 , PHL 368 , PHL 376 .
    3. History of Modern Philosophy.
      One from PHL 342 , PHL 343 , PHL 484 .
    4. Philosophy of Social Sciences.
      Two from PHL 311 PHL 312 , PHL 314 PHL 335 .
    5. Seminar.
      One from PHL 438 , PHL 467 , PHL 479 , PHL 481 , PHL 482 , PHL 483 , PHL 486 , PHL 489 .
    6. An additional course from those listed above.
  3. Psychology (24 credits)
    1. PSY 100 , PSY 201 , PSY 301 .
    2. PSY 384  or PSY 386 .
    3. Three from: PSY 345  or PSY 326  , PSY 309 , PSY 328 , PSY 336 , PSY 335 , PSY 345 .

 

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