The Department offers a Bachelor of Arts degree with a Major in Philosophy and Religion, an Academic Concentration in Philosophy and Religion for those pursuing an Education degree, as well as a Minor in Philosophy, in Religion, or in Philosophy and Religion.
The Major or Academic Concentration in Philosophy and Religion consists of ten courses: Introduction to Philosophy, Logic, and Introduction to Religion, plus seven courses from at least four of the following six areas--General (introductions to specific areas in philosophy or religion), History of Philosophy, Philosophy and Culture, Biblical Studies, Religious Thought, and World Religions. Five of the ten courses must be upper-level (3000-4000).
The Minor in Philosophy consists of Introduction to Philosophy plus five elective courses in Philosophy, the Minor in Religion--Introduction to Religion plus five elective courses in Religion, and the Minor in Philosophy and Religion--Introduction to Philosophy, Introduction to Religion, plus four elective courses in Philosophy and Religion. At least two of the six courses for each Minor must be upper-level (3000-4000).
Additionally, the Department offers courses counting towards the Minor in Asian Studies and in the Minor in Terrorism Studies, as well as sponsors the Minor in Jewish and Middle Eastern Studies.
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