Students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in the college may choose among three concentration
options: humanities, language, and math/natural sciences, which are designed to ease
pursuit of a second major.
The concentrations share a 33-hour common core and 37-hour major in philosophy, but
differ in the mix of non-philosophy courses they require. The total number of required
credit hours is 120.
Common Core Courses
Philosophy Major Requirements
Specific course offerings that satisfy the area requirements are determined by the
dean. The three special ethics/social analysis courses are selected with a view to
the student’s capstone project, and may include courses from disciplines other than
Humanities concentration (BA) Requirements
Language concentration (BA) Requirements
Mathematics/Natural Science concentration (BS) Requirements