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For Exploring/Undeclared Students

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If you're considering a major in Philosophy, here are some resources to help you explore:

  • POINTS OF CONTACT

  • GETTING STARTED

    • One way to begin exploring the Philosophy program is with a 100-level course:
      • PHIL 100 Introduction to Philosophy
      • PHIL 111 Introduction to Logic (satisfies the Math/Numeric & Symbolic Reasoning requirement)
      • PHIL 130 Ethics (satisfies the Diversity, Pluralism & Power requirement)
    • If you'd like your first experience with Philosophy to address a more specific topic, consider these courses:
      • PHIL 201 Environmental Ethics (for those interested in Sustainability)
      • PHIL 208 Philosophy of Race (for those interested in racial justice)
      • PHIL 216 Reasoning & the Law (for those considering law school)
      • PHIL 236 Medicine & Morality (for those considering medical school)
    • You are welcome to take any course numbered below PHIL 350 as your first course!
  • WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH THE PHILOSOPHY MAJOR?

  • ADDITIONAL HELPFUL RESOURCES