A minimum of 36 units in philosophy divided as follows:
Take all the following courses:
A maximum of 12 lower-division (100- or 200- level) units may be counted toward the major. In addition to the nine units from the three required 200-level courses listed above, students may count any lower division Philosophy course toward the major, aside from PHIL 170 (Critical Reasoning).
A minimum of 24 units in philosophy, including at least two courses (6 units) from each of the following groups:
History of Philosophy:
Logic, Metaphysics, Epistemology:
Values and Evaluation:
The required 6 upper-division units remaining are to be selected from philosophy courses with the advice and consent of the student's departmental advisor, and may include PHIL 497H and PHIL 498H.
The pre-law emphasis requires the same minimum 36 units required for the major. Prelaw students should include at least four of the following in their course of study: