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Associate of Arts for Transfer: Philosophy (32042)

​Learning Outcome(s) 

Upon successful completion of the major requirements for this degree, students will be able to

  • Demonstrate knowledge of the discipline of philosophy
  • Demonstrate an ability to analyze and evaluate topics and problems in a way that comports with philosophic method
Major Requirements Units
​​​Require Core:

PHIL 106/106H: Introduction to Philosophy
or
PHIL 108: Ethics

 

3

PHIL 111: Introductory Logic4
 
Select one (1) course from the following (List A): 3-4
An additional course from Core
(may not be a course used to satisfy the requirements in Core)

PHIL 110/110H: Critical Thinking (4)
PHIL 112: World Religions (3)
PHIL 118: History of Philosophy (3)
 
Select two (2) courses from the following (List B): 6-7

An additional course from Core or List A (3-4)
(may not be a course used to satisfy the requirements in Core or List A)


(3-4)
 
PHIL 115: Philosophy of Religion (3)
 
Select one (1) course from the following (List C): 3-4

An additional course from Core, List A or B (3-4)
(may not be a course used to satisfy the requirements in Core, List A or B)


(3-4)
 
PHIL 120: Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy (3)
TOTAL19-20


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