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What is in this Philosophy Department packet?

Topic 1. 2. ". ). 1. The cover page includes a general introduction and list of faculty with specializations. Introduction to the Philosophy Department and to this pac et!!!!!.!!!!!!.!...!!!.!!..2 #hat do philosophy ma$ors D%& 'nd what this has to do with the options within the Philosophy (a$or.!...." *+ and %ther ,niversity -e.uirements/ Information 0pecifically for Philosophy (a$ors and (inors!.....!) *eneral 'dvice for 'll Philosophy (a$ors and (inors!!....!!.!!!!!!!.!!!!!!!!....) 0e.uencing of 2ourses ,se of Theme 2ourses in (a$ors Portfolios 3. (a$ors in Philosophy a4 %ption I/ *eneral %ption5details !!!!!!.!!!..!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.....3 Page Number

b4 %ption II/ Prelaw %ption5details !!!!!!!!!...!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.6

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(inors in Philosophy a4 *eneral !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!........7

b4 Prelaw!!!!.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!....18 9. 2opies of programs for all ma$or and minor options are attached at the end. Those pages are not numbered. If your pac et does not have the program attached that you need: as your advisor or the department office staff for a copy.

How to contact the Philosophy Department office and professors:


Telephones: Department Office "2";")";)198 Fax "2";")";)17" Faculty offices all have direct lines; numbers are listed on syllabi, on website, and are available from Philosophy staff. E-mail: Department Office dbalder<cslanet.calstatela.edu If you have no advisor yet, use philba<calstatela.edu to ask questions. Faculty email addresses: the first initial and last name or first six letters of last name, e.g., agarry@calstatela.edu or kvernal@calstatela.edu

Website: www.calstatela.edu=dept=phil 7=1=83

2. Introduction to the Philosophy Department and to this packet


Welcome to the Philosophy epartment! The faculty members of the department are pleased that you have chosen or are considering a ma$or or minor in Philosophy. #e: of course: find it to be a field filled with important and fascinating .uestions and issues. #e loo forward to discussing many of them with you. >ou?ll find that philosophy classes are generally very small and provide many possibilities for interaction with faculty members. Try to ta e advantage of the opportunities both in and out of class to tal to faculty and to other students. @aculty members encourage you to come to our offices to discuss anything that interests you5you need not have a specific: class;related issue or advisement .uestion in order to drop in. In addition: the department hosts two social events each year for students and faculty at the homes of faculty members. >ou?ll receive announcements of these parties. #e hope that you?ll attend. AIf you are not receiving regular emails from the department: give the department staff your current email address.4 The department also has a reading room on the fourth floor of +ngineering and Technology that is open at certain hours for students. >ou need to have an advisor. 'll regular faculty members are student advisorsB some of us specialize in undergraduate advising. %ur names: office hours: phone and email addresses are posted each .uarter. >ou may choose any advisor that you want. If you would prefer to be assigned to an advisor: consult the Director of ,ndergraduate 0tudies. >ou need not ma e an appointment to see your advisor if you come during his or her office hours. "lso remember that we all make appointments to see students who cannot come during our posted office hours. Do not be afraid to as for an appointment at another time than those posted. >ou can also telephone or email your advisor with .uestions. #tudent $rgani%ations and &ournal There is a student Philosophy 2lub that plans visiting spea ers and panels: sometimes shows films: plans eCcursions: and so forth. If you would li e to become active in the club spea to other students: the club?s faculty advisor: or the department chair. There is also a philosophy student $ournal: Philosophy in Practice : which publishes wor written by students. 'ny student can submit an essay to this $ournal which is edited each spring by the students in PDIE )88a;b. There is also a prelaw society that spans several departments that some philosophy ma$ors belong to. >our advisor can tell you how to get in touch with the prelaw society. What does this packet do' This guide for Philosophy ma$ors and minors supplements the ,niversity (eneral )atalog with informal advice and information. It does not contradict it. It covers some *eneral +ducation information as well as ma$or and minor information because there are some specific waivers that have been granted to Philosophy ma$ors in *+. If you have .uestions: see an advisor soon Aand often4. >ou should also get in the habit of reading the ,niversity (eneral )atalog http/==catalog.calstatela.edu and relevant websites for official information. The 2al 0tate E' homepage is www.calstatela.edu . If you want to chec courses from other 2alifornia colleges for e.uivalencies to 20,E'?s courses consult www.assist.org. 'lso helpful are 20,E'?s advisement site www.calstatela.edu=univ=advise and the Philosophy Department site www.calstatela.edu=dept=phil . The department?s site contains updated course schedules as well as office hours and other helpful information.

3. What do Philosophy Ma ors D!?


#hen as ed as children: F#hat do you want to be when you grow up&G most of us did not answer: F' philosopher.G Instead: students usually decide to ma$or in philosophy after ta ing5and li ing5one or more courses in it. The neCt .uestion is often: F#hat will I do with a philosophy ma$or&G 0tudents pursue many different careers after ma$oring in philosophy. 0ome of these careers re.uire graduate study: for eCample: becoming a philosophy professor: lawyer: or minister. %thers: such as elementary school teaching re.uire a teaching credential. In still other areas such as publishing: the entertainment industry: non;profit foundations: governmental wor : computer;related wor : and so on: re.uire $ob;specific training that is provided by employers. People who have studied philosophy as undergraduates are valued in a wide variety of careers for their developed analytical s ills: their clear thin ing and writing: and the broad base of their bac ground and nowledge. The philosophy ma$or includes different options related to career goals. The (eneral $ption and Prelaw $ption both re.uire 32 units of philosophy courses. The pattern of courses varies. The Prelaw %ption also includes 28 units from other disciplines that will help provide an especially well;rounded bac ground for students intending to go to law school. Details are given in the sections below. Philosophy no longer offers a multiple sub$ect teacher preparation option. 0tudents who wish to continue the study of philosophy with preparation for elementary or middle school teaching: should consider the Eiberal 0tudies ma$or. 0ome options in that ma$or include philosophy courses.

"he #omposition of an $nder%raduate De%ree at #&'( for Philosophy Ma ors $eneral Option in Philosophy
*+/ Eower;Division *+ Theme ,niv -e.uirements Philosophy 2ourses +lectives or (inor Total 38 12 3 32 )8 !"#

Prela Option in Philosophy


*+/ Eower;Division 38 *+ Theme 12 ,niv -e.uirements 3 Philosophy 2ourses 32 Prelaw %ption 2ourses outside Philosophy 28 +lectives 28 Total !"#

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). Information on *eneral +ducation and $ni,ersity -e.uirements &pecifically for Philosophy Ma ors and Minors
'lthough many students have almost finished their *+ courses before consulting a philosophy advisor: the comments below concern some of the newer re.uirements and specific information for philosophy ma$ors. If you still have many *+ courses to complete: your philosophy advisor can help you with your choices and with any .uestions you have5 whether about lower;division *+ or upper;division theme courses. " few important points about (* for Philosophy ma+ors and minors. The current *+ program went into effect in 1779. #hat is stated below applies to this program Aunless a different date is given4. %ne important way that this program differs from the previous ones is that it re.uires 9 units of Fdiversity coursesGB since these courses also count in other categories Ae.g.: as upper;division theme courses or in lower;division bloc s 2: D: or +4: you need not ta e eCtra units to meet this re.uirement. Eower;division *+ courses/ >ou are permitted to satisfy a lower;division *+ re.uirement by ta ing a course from your ma$or department. @or eCample: you may satisfy Hloc s '": 2": 21 or + by ta ing a PDIE course without restriction. %f course: you may also ta e courses from other departments in these bloc s as well. *+ Themes/ Philosophy ma ors ha,e a special wai,er so that they are allowed to take a PHI' course in their *+ "heme. Eet?s be clear about this/ you are allowed Awithout a petition4 to ta e a PDIE course as part of your *+ theme and count it for *+ creditB you may not count it both as a course in your ma$or program and as a *+ course. There are no restrictions on what themes you choose. Eet your interests be your guide.

"re there any special rules for minors' No. >ou are allowed to overlap your minor and *+ courses any way you wishI "re the ,-niversity .equirements/ part of (*' No: but you are still sub$ect to them. +veryone must pass the #riting Proficiency +Cam A#P+/ ,NIJ )884. It is 8 units. +veryone entering Awith a F2atalog DateG4 after 177" must ta e a second composition course: +N*E 182. (any of you have transfer credit for this course. @reshmen entering @all 1779 and after must ta e an Introduction to Digher +ducation course AIf you came in as a Philosophy ma$or: the course is 'E 181B if you came in undeclared or in another ma$or: the course will have a different prefiCB all satisfy the same re.uirement.4 If you transferred here @all 1777 or after as a Philosophy ma$or: you are re.uired to ta e 'E "81/ Transition to 20,E' for Transfer 0tudents. If you too the transition course in another 20,E' 2ollege: for eCample: Natural and 0ocial 0cience: you?ve satisfied the re.uirement. !ther $ni,ersity -e.uirements and -ules/ The ,niversity (eneral )atalog contains all official informationB the #chedule of )lasses contains relevant deadlines. This pac et does not cover university;wide information that all students need to now: e.g.: That you need to apply for graduation two .uarters before you eCpect to graduate. That you need to file a 'ea,e of (0sence form if you do not remain in Fcontinuing studentG status Aif you do not: you will be sub$ect to the re.uirements that are in place when you returnI4

1. *eneral (d,ice a0out Philosophy #ourses for ('' Philosophy Ma ors and Minors
,pper;division philosophy courses AeCcept for *+ theme courses4 are typically offered only once each year. 0o it is important to plan carefully to ma e sure to schedule the courses you want most. In what order should you take philosophy courses? 'lthough everyone understands that students sometimes find it difficult to schedule courses in an ideal order: some recommendations are given below. ' schedule of all upper;division PDIE courses for the entire academic year is available from your advisor: in the department office: or on the department?s website. >ou?ll find it very useful to consult this schedule far in advance if you must fit your classes into your wor schedule or other responsibilities. In addition: the department?s two;year pro$ected schedule is available on the department?s and college?s website. )

Dowever: don?t rely heavily on the second pro$ected year. There are always a number of changes that must be made. Ta e Phil 111/ Phil Ideas/ Knowledge and -eality: and Phil 218/ Introduction to 0ymbolic Eogic: immediately. If you are in the Prelaw %ption: you are permitted to ta e Phil 138/ 2ritical Thin ing: instead of Phil 218. #e nevertheless strongly recommend Phil 218. Note that minors may ta e either Phil 111/ Phil Ideas/ Knowl and -eality: or Phil 112/ Phil Ideas/ Duman Jalues: for their introductory course. Ta e the "88;level FcoreG courses before )88;level courses: especially those with related sub$ect matter. (ore specifically: Ta e Phil "88/ Phil -esearch L #riting as soon as possible after completing your lower division philosophy courses. Ta e Phil "11/ Dist of 'ncient Philosophy: before Phil "1"/ Dist of (odern Philosophy: Phil )18/ Plato: Phil )11/ 'ristotle: and Phil )12/ (edieval PhilosophyB Ta e Phil "1"/ Dist of (odern Philosophy: before Phil )19/ (a$or @igures in (odern Philosophy: Phil )17/ -ecent Philosophy: and ideally before Phil )68/ Theory of Knowledge: as well. Ta e Phil "8)/ +thics I: before Phil )28/ +thics II.

Ta e Phil )73/ 0enior 0eminar: at the last available time before you graduate. It is a senior capstone course that is eCplained below under FPortfolios.G It is offered in 0pring Muarter. %f course: follow stated prere.uisites and consult your advisor oftenI

#an you count 3223le,el *+ theme classes in your ma or or minor? >ou may count up to two of the "88;level *+ theme classes on your ma$or program as long as you meet the re.uirements in your option for )88;level courses. 0pecific information is given under each option. 'lso remember that a theme course counted for *+ cannot also count in your ma$or program. There is no restriction on counting *+ theme courses in minors. Portfolios 's a way to encourage you to reflect upon your philosophy ma$or: seniors choose several of their past philosophy papers for a FportfolioG in the senior capstone seminar: Phil )73. This is nothing to worry about. In fact: past students have greatly en$oyed reading and reflecting on their wor . In your portfolio you might consider: for eCample: why you chose to study philosophy: whether your philosophical interests have changed: what your responses have been to instructors? comments on your wor : and so on. There is a handout with detailed information about portfolios available in the Philosophy Department office. %t is very important to save all of your philosophy papers Awhether written here or at a college from which you have transferred4. #ave the copies, including drafts, with the instructors0 comments. >ou will want the widest possible range of papers to choose from for your portfolio. Don?t assume: for eCample: that the papers you most disli e now will not be useful to you later. %ne of them might be eCactly what you?ll want to reflect upon in your portfolio. He sure to as your professors for papers that you turn in to them at the very end of a course. Philosophy minors are not re.uired to ta e Phil )73 and do a portfolio: but may choose to if interested.

(re there internships or ser,ice learnin% opportunities in Philosophy? 1

Phil "71/ Philosophy in Practice is a 1;" unit course that gives students the opportunity to do internships or service learning. 0pea with your advisor or with any other faculty member about this possibility. 0tudents wor through placements set up by +PI2 and do reflective writing supervised by a philosophy faculty member. >ou can visit +PI2 to see what inds of opportunities there are Ain the lower;level of the 2areer 2enter4.

4. (nd now the details of the ma or options in Philosophy . . . 4a. !ption I: *eneral !ption33Details
The *eneral %ption is the standard philosophy ma$or. It allows for the maCimum student choice of courses: both in the philosophy department and outside of the ma$or. &a'or $eneral Education and (niversity )e*uirements Electives Total for +, Ma or: 'lthough there are only 32 units re.uired: many philosophy ma$ors ta e many more units than this number. They use their NelectiveN units noted above to add to their philosophy courses. #e re.uire only 32 units so that students may tailor their programs to their own individual interests and needs. @or eCample: students hoping to attend medical school: graduate school in philosophy: or theological seminary may all have different needs in their undergraduate curriculum. %ther students might hope to wor in the business world or the entertainment industryB they?d have yet another range of interests and needs. )e*uired -ore ./0 units1/ The core courses in the ma$or should be ta en as soon as possible 1except Phil 2345. These courses lay the foundation for the rest of your wor in philosophy. Phil 111 Phil 218 Phil "88 Phil "8) Phil "11 Phil "1" Phil )73 Electives Philosophical Ideas/ Knowledge L -eality A)4 Introduction to 0ymbolic Eogic A)4 Philosophical -esearch and #riting A)4 +thics I A)4 Distory of 'ncient Philosophy A)4 Distory of (odern Philosophy A)4 0enior 0eminar A24 32 units 69 units )8 units 198 units

ithin the ma'or .20 units1:

In order that you have a well;rounded philosophy ma$or: you are re.uired to ta e courses from three topical groups. #ithin these groups there is no re.uired course order other than the stated prere.uisites. 3elect one from the follo in4: Phil )12 (edieval Philosophy A)4 Phil )19 (a$or @igures in (odern Philosophy A)4 Phil )17 -ecent Philosophy A)4 3elect one from the follo in4/ Phil )18 0ocial and Political Philosophy A)4 Phil )28 +thics II A)4 Phil )61 'esthetics A)4

3elect at least t o from the follo in45 includin4 at least one from 6#75 60#5 68#: Phil )8) Inductive Eogic A)4 Phil )81 0ymbolic Eogic A)4 3 Phil )68 Theory of Knowledge A)4 Phil )98 Philosophy of Eanguage A)4

Phil )83 'dvanced Eogic A)4 Phil )38 (etaphysics A)4

Phil )91 Philosophy of 0cience A)4

,dditional Electives in the &a'or: ./# units5 includin4 at least !/ at the 6##-level1 The rest of your ma$or is your choice. >ou may ta e more of the courses in the three topical groups or you may ta e any of the other courses the department offers: including not more than 2 upper;division *+ theme courses. Not more than eight units of directed study courses may be included. 2onsult the catalog for a complete list of philosophy courses and the Philosophy Department?s annual upper;division course list for the precise schedule for the current year. #oordinatin% your ma or with the rest of your under%raduate education: Electives outside the ma'or .6# units1: %t is very important to 9eep in mind that you need a total of !"# units to 4raduate: The total number of units re.uired for the *eneral %ption ma$or and *+=,niversity re.uirements courses e.uals only 1)8 units. The remaining )8 units are your choice;;electives. DonOt confuse the two inds of electives;;those within the ma$or Athe "3 units4 and the additional high number of units A)84 NoutsideN your ma$or. #ith the units outside the ma$or you can ta e any courses you choose. >ou can ta e a minor in another sub$ect. >ou can ta e more philosophy courses: which is a good idea if you plan to attend graduate school in philosophy. %r if: for eCample: you find yourself interested in aesthetics: you might want to ta e courses in music: art: theater: or film. If you are in a pre;med curriculum: you need to ta e sciences courses. If you are thin ing of entering the business world: you might fill in some of your electives with relevant business courses: communication courses or psychology courses. >ou might want to improve your language s ills in another language. Discuss various possibilities with your advisor. $eneral Education .8/ units1 and (niversity )e*uirements .0 units1: 0tudents need 12 upper;division theme units as well as 38 lower;division *+ units. 0ee 0ec. ) above for relevant comments on both *+ and the ,niversity -e.uirements.

40. !ption II: Prelaw !ption5Details Eaw schools desire students who have developed their analytical s ills: write cogently: and have a broad liberal arts bac ground. 'lthough the prelaw option may be chosen by any student: it is especially suited for students who want to attend law school. Hoth options in the philosophy ma$or develop the analytical and critical thin ing s ills needed in the study and practice of law Aas well as in good E0'T preparation4. The prelaw option combines 28 units of relevant courses outside philosophy with a pattern of 32 units of philosophy designed to focus on important human institutions and values on which the law is based.

&a'or $eneral Education and (niversity )e*uirements Electives Total for +, Ma or: Prelaw !ption 6

92 units 69 units 28 units 198 units

)e*uired -ore ./0 units1/ The core courses in the ma$or should be ta en as soon as possible 1except Phil 2345. These courses lay the foundation for the rest of your wor in philosophy. Phil 111 Phil 218 Phil "88 Phil "8) Phil "11 Phil "1" Phil )73 Philosophical Ideas/ Knowledge L -eality A)4 Intro to 0ymbolic Eogic Astrongly recommended 4 or Phil 138 2rit Thin ing A)4 Philosophical -esearch and #riting A)4 +thics I A)4 Distory of 'ncient Philosophy A)4 Distory of (odern Philosophy A)4 0enior 0eminar A24

Philosophy Electives ithin the &a'or .20 units1: In order that you have a well;rounded philosophy ma$or that emphasizes areas especially important for the study of law: you are re.uired to ta e courses from two topical groups. #ithin these groups there is no re.uired course order other than the stated prere.uisites. 3elect t o from the follo in4: Phil )18 0ocial and Political Philosophy A)4 Phil )28 +thics II A)4 Phil )78 Philosophy of Eaw A)4 3elect t o from follo in4: Phil )68 Theory of Knowledge A)4 Phil )98 Philosophy of Eanguage A)4 Phil )91 Philosophy of 0cience A)4

,dditional Electives in Philosophy ./# units5 includin4 !/ at the 6##-level1: The rest of your philosophy courses are your choice. >ou may ta e more of the courses in the two topical groups or you may ta e any of the other courses the department offers: including not more than 2 upper; division *+ theme courses. Not more than eight units of directed study courses may be included. 2onsult the catalog for a complete list of philosophy courses and Philosophy Department?s annual upper; division course list for the precise schedule for the current year. Prela Option Electives Outside Philosophy ./# units1:

These 28 interdisciplinary units include courses beneficial as bac ground for the study of law. 0tudents often as whether there is a list of special prelaw;option courses from which they must choose. There is not. Eaw schools do not re.uire any particular courses. They want students who have ta en rigorous liberal arts courses that sharpen their analytical and writing s ills and help them to understand the values and institutions on which law rests. +Camples include +conomics: Distory: Political 0cience: 0ociology: and 2ommunication 0tudies. Prela option students have a special ;$E course replacement< approved that allo s you to ta9e E-O= /#! or /#/: Principles of Economics % or %% .&icroeconomics or &acroeconomics15 for $E credit rather than E-O= !7#: Econ for -iti>ens: #e recommend that you use this approved route Ait does not re.uire a petition.4 +Camples of ways to choose your pre;law electives outside philosophy/ Dave you already developed interests in some particular fields of law: for eCample: family law or international law related to 'sia& If so: you might use elective units to give you bac ground. If you?re interested in 2hina or Papan: study the languages: cultures: and history. If it?s family law: ta e relevant psychology or sociology courses related to human development: relationships: or families. A%ne caveat5 law students sometimes change their minds about their specific legal interests.4 Do you want to now more about law in its historical: social: economic or political conteCts& If you haven?t ta en all periods of 'merican Distory: ta e both DI0T 282' and H. 2onsider DI0T )67 2onstitutional Distory of the ,0: or DI0T )63 +conomic Distory of the ,0: +2%N )61 'merican +conomic Distory: 0%2 )99/ 0ociology of Eaw: 0%2 ))7 Professionals in 0ociety: or any of the series of 9

Political 0cience courses: P%E0 ))8 through P%E0 ))6: which deal with constitutional law: $udicial process and behavior: comparative legal systems: or legal research and writing. Do you want to wor on your writing and reading s ills in a nonphilosophical conteCt& 2onsider ta ing upper;division courses in +nglish. #hatever your interests: consult your advisor. These 28 units re.uire your advisor?s approval.

#oordinatin% your ma or with the rest of your under%raduate education: Electives outside the ma'or ./# units1 ItOs confusing: but there are three inds of electives for the prelaw option ma$or;;elective philosophy courses within the ma$or A"3 units4: courses outside philosophy but within the ma$or A28 units4: and an additional 28 units NoutsideN your ma$or. #ithin the last category of 28 units you may ta e any courses you choose. >ou can start a minor in another sub$ect: study another language: ta e more philosophy courses: or choose more prelaw courses from outside philosophy. 's mentioned above: if you have already developed a specific interest in law: e.g.: family law: you might want to use these units to strengthen your nowledge base in psychology and sociologyB if itOs international law in the Pacific rim: study more 'sian history: cultures: and languages. AKeep in mind: however: that many people change their specific interests in law after they learn more about them.4 %t is very important to remember that you need a total of !"# units to 4raduate: The total number of units re*uired for your Prela Option ma'or and $E?(niversity )e*uirements e*uals only !0# units: $eneral Education .8/ units1 and (niversity )e*uirements .0 units1 Prelaw option students need 12 upper;division theme units as well as 38 lower;division *+ units. 0ee 0ec. ). above for relevant comments on both *+ and the ,niversity -e.uirements. !ne last .uestion: what do I do if I want to chan%e options? >our advisor can enter that change in *+T.

6. Minors in Philosophy There are two minors in philosophy5*eneral and Prelaw5and a minor in 2lassics that is administered by the Philosophy faculty. 2onsult the 2lassics advisor concerning that minor. The Philosophy minors are eCplained below. #e hope that Philosophy minors participate in student and social events sponsored by the Philosophy Department. Dowever: we can inform you of events only if you give the Department staff your address and email. Please do this. 6a. Minor in Philosophy5*eneral ' "2;unit general minor in philosophy is available to all students in the university. It can be combined with any other ma$or. @or eCample: students who want to choose a Ncareer orientedN ma$or: but en$oy the study of philosophy: sometimes find that they can combine their needs and interests by minoring in philosophy. %thers find a philosophy minor valuable for personal enrichment: for seeing Fthe big picture:G or for improving their critical thin ing and writing s ills. )e*uirements for the &inor .2/1 @o er Division )e*uired -ourses ." units1 Phil 111 Philosophical Ideas/ Knowledge and -eality A)4 or Phil 112 Philosophical Ideas/ Duman Jalues A)4 Phil 218 Introduction to 0ymbolic Eogic A)4 (pper Division )e*uired -ourses .!/ units1 7

Phil "8) +thics A)4 Phil "11 Distory of 'ncient Philosophy A)4 Phil "1" Distory of (odern Philosophy A)4 Electives .!/ units1 0elect philosophy courses with your advisorOs approval. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 60. Minor in Philosophy5Prelaw The minor in Philosophy;;Prelaw is designed for students who want to attend law school and have chosen something other than philosophy as a ma$or. It gives prelaw students bac ground in the fundamental ideas and values of human civilization: especially #estern civilization. It helps students sharpen critical and analytical s ills needed for law school as well as for the E0'T. It can also be chosen by students who are not planning to attend law school: but who prefer the pattern of courses to that in the *eneral Philosophy (inor. )e*uirements for the Prela &inor .2/ units1

@o er Division )e*uired -ourses ." units1 Phil 111 Philosophical Ideas/ Knowledge and -eality A)4 or Phil 112 Philosophical Ideas/ Duman Jalues A)4 Phil 218 Introduction to 0ymbolic Eogic A)4 Qstrongly recommendedR or Phil 138 2ritical Thin ing A)4 (pper Division )e*uired -ourses ." units1 Phil "8) +thics A)4 Phil "11 Distory of 'ncient Philosophy A)4 or Phil "1" Distory of (odern Philosophy A)4 Electives ." units1 0elect two from the following/ Phil )18 0ocial and Political Philosophy A)4 Phil )28 +thics II A)4 Phil )78 Philosophy of Eaw A)4 ,dditional Electives ." units1 0elect philosophy courses with your advisor?s approval.

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