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Recommended Academic Plan for Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy (PHIL), Justice, Law, and Values Option (JLV)

University Park Effective Spring 2009

Semester 1Credits
ENGL 015 or 030 (GWS) Composition 3
Social and Behavioral Sciences (GS)
*FYS (XXX083S)
3
+ 00 or 100 level courses in PHIL 3
Foreign Language ( level 001) 4
Quantification Course (GQ) 3
Total Credits: 16
Semester 2Credits
PHIL 105 - Intro to Philosophy of Law and Legal Ethics 3
Social and Behavioral Sciences (GS) 3
Humanities (GH) 3
Foreign Language (level 002) 4
Quantification Course (GQ) 3
Total Credits: 16
Semester 3Credits
CAS 100 (GWS) Effective Speech 3
+200 level course in PHIL 3
Humanities (GH) 3
Foreign Language ( level 003) 4
Natural Science (GN) 3
Total Credits: 16
Semester 4Credits
PHIL 010 Critical Thinking or PHIL 012 Symbolic Logic 3
+200 level course in PHIL 3
Natural Science (GN) 3
Arts (GA) 3
BA Requirement: Arts, Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Quantification or Foreign Language 3
Total Credits: 15
Semester 5Credits
+200 level course in PHIL 3
Natural Science (GN) 3
BA Requirement: Arts, Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Quantification or Foreign Language 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
Total Credits: 15
Semester 6Credits
*PHIL course from list 1 3
ENGL 202 (GWS) Effective Writing: Writing in the Social Sciences, Writing in the Humanities, Technical Writing, or Business Writing 3
Arts (GA) 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
Total Credits: 15
Semester 7Credits
+ 400 level course in PHIL 3
**course from list 2 3
Other Cultures Course/Elective 3
BA Requirement: Arts, Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Quantification or Foreign Language 3
Health and Physical Activity (GHA) course 1.5
Elective 3
Total Credits: 16.5
Semester 8Credits
** course from list 2 3
Health and Physical Activity (GHA) course 1.5
Elective 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
Total Credits: 13.5

General education courses are interchangeable; students may choose the general education course(s) they wish to take in any given semester based on preference, availability, and academic goals.

Scheduling patterns vary for courses according to the semester they are taught.

*(FYS) Completing a First-Year Seminar may also fulfill other requirements in the student's program, such as General Education, major, minor, or elective. For example, if a student completed CAS 083S (GH), it would satisfy 3 credits of the General Education humanities requirement and the First-Year Seminar requirement.

+PHIL course of choice: Use link to see course descriptions PHIL course descriptions

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** List 2:

 

Updated spring 2014

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