Undergraduate Catalog 2023-2024 
    
    May 26, 2024  
Undergraduate Catalog 2023-2024

Philosophy, Law, Justice, and Society Track, B.A.


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In addition to Core and elective hours, the B.A. in philosophy with a concentration in Law, Justice, and Society requires 33 hours of upper-level (3/4000) coursework in philosophy. Students take courses that relate philosophy to the law, politics, and justice. To complete their degree, students may choose from among a variety of other classes covering the history of philosophy and a wide range of philosophical questions and issues.

Requirement


Core Areas A, B, C, D, E: 42 Hours


 

Core Area F: 18 Hours


Choose one (1) course from the following: 3 Hours


Choose one (1) course from the following: 3 Hours


Upper Division Major Required Courses: 9 Hours


Choose one (1) of the following courses:


Upper-Division Major LJS Track Courses (9 Hours):


Choose three (3) of the following courses: 9 Hours

Upper Division Elective Courses: 15 Hours


Choose an additional five (5) 3/4000-level PHIL courses, with a minimum of one (1) course from each of the following areas:

A.


American Philosophy, Analytic Philosophy, and Logic

Note:

* Because Symbolic Logic enhances one’s abilities in skills necessary for the LSAT, Law and Justice students are encouraged to take this course

B.


Phenomenology, Existentialism, and Hermeneutics

Minor (optional) and/or Electives: 27 Hours


Total: 120 Hours


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