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Samples of Options (with steps and explanations)

INTERDISCIPLINARY GROUP DISCIPLINE OPTIONS
 

Step 1:  Conceive an Option:
 

B. A. PHILOSOPHY:  INTERDISCIPLINARY SOCIAL SCIENCES OPTION

 

Step 2:  Copy and paste the core courses into the Option:
 

B.A. PHILOSOPHY: INTERDISCIPLINARY SOCIAL SCIENCES OPTION
 

Core Courses (15 Credits)

PHI 265  Logic
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy

 

Step 3:  Determine the courses in the Philosophy Curriculum that are relevant to the Option (do not include Core Courses):

 PHI 110  Philosophy, Individuals and Society 
PHI 165  Introduction to Logic
PHI 181  Philosophers, Culture and Creativity
PHI 200  Ethics
PHI 220  Health Care Ethics

PHI 265  Logic
PHI 300  Ethics and Social Responsibility
PHI 302  Ethics and Scientific Research

PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 306  Philosophy and Science
PHI 308  Professional Ethics
PHI 309  Global Ethics
PHI 310  Information Ethics
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 320  Social and Political Philosophy
PHI 323  Peace and War
PHI 324  Africana Philosophy
PHI 350  Philosophy and Religion
PHI 355  Socrates and Plato
PHI 357  Kant and 19th Century Philosophy
PHI 360  Environmental Philosophy
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy
PHI 499  Independent Study in Philosophy
PHI 599  Topics in Philosophy

Discussion:  Every discipline will have their own rules in regard to core course determinations and the rest of the structure of their program (i.e. how the rest of their curriculum will be distributed within their program.)  For example, many disciplines will not allow 100 and 200 level courses to serve as electives for their degree; only 300, 400 and 500 courses will be able to serve.  I've tried to abide by those rules, but I recognize that some 100 and 200 level courses might be appropriate as electives.  Also, Independent Study and Topics (or Seminar) courses, usually offered as 400 and 500 level courses, will require faculty/administrative approval.  They will need to satisfy a relevancy requirement.  Also, any prerequisites should be noted.

STEP 4:  Put the Philosophy Electives into the Option:

B.A. PHILOSOPHY: INTERDISCIPLINARY SOCIAL SCIENCES OPTION

Core Courses (15 Credits)
PHI 265  Logic
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy

Philosophy Electives (relevant to Social Sciences) (Select 6 Credits)
PHI 300  Ethics and Social Responsibility
PHI 302  Ethics and Scientific Research
PHI 306  Philosophy and Science
PHI 308  Professional Ethics
PHI 309  Global Ethics
PHI 310  Information Ethics
PHI 320  Social and Political Philosophy
PHI 323  Peace and War
PHI 324  Africana Philosophy
PHI 350  Philosophy and Religion
PHI 360  Environmental Philosophy
PHI 499  Independent Study in Philosophy
PHI 599  Topics in Philosophy

STEP 5:  Determine Option disciplines relevant to Philosophy:

Anthropology, Biology, Psychology, Religion, Social Work, Sociology

STEP 6:  Determine courses in each discipline relevant to both the Option and Philosophy:

ANT 309  Peoples of Africa
ANT 312  Social Organization
ANT 320  Religion and Culture
ANT 330  Women, Gender and Culture
ANT 331  Women in Pre-History
ANT 360  Mesoamerican Indians
ANT 370  Celtic Europe
ANT 371  Psychological Anthropology
ANT 372  Peasant Societies
ANT 375  Anthropology of Aging

ANT 385  Peoples of East and South East Asia
ANT 386  Economy, Wealth and Culture
BIO 349  Genetics
BIO 402  Evolutionary Neurology
BIO 406  Ecosystem Ecology
BIO 458  Evolution of Organisms
BIO 452  Cancer Genetics
BIO 470  Medical Microbiology
BIO 476  Virology
PSY 300  Personality Psychology

PSY 305  Evolutionary Psychology
PSY 310  Consumer Psychology
PSY 315  Psychology of Perception
PSY 320  Psychology of Perception
PSY 325  Lifespan Psychology
PSY 330 Developmental Science Laboratory
PSY 335 Behavior Modification
PSY 340 Abnormal Psychology
PSY 345 Cognitive Processes
PSY 350 Social Psychology
PSY 360 Industrial/Organizational Psychology
PSY 365 Human Factors Psychology
PSY 370 Psychopharmacology
REL 370 Religion and Science
SWK 304 Human Behavior
SWK  450 Multicultural Issues
SWK  455 Multicultural Family Experiences
SWK 510 Child Abuse
SWK 515 Introduction to Child Maltreatment
SWK 525 Substance Use and Abuse
SWK 575 Mental Health and Ethnic Minorities
SOC 300 Race and Ethnic Relations
SOC 301 World Patterns of Race Ethnicity
SOC 307 Social Stratification
SOC 308 Social Organization
SOC 315 Marriage and the Family
SOC 330 Classical Sociological Theory
SOC 334 Contemporary Sociological Theory
SOC 345 Native American Social Issues
SOC 360 Technology and Social Change
SOC 360 Women and Men in Society
SOC 425 Political Sociology
SOC 430 Sociology of Religion
SOC 435 Sociology of Sexualities
SOC 480 Global Aging Issues

STEP 7:  Put the Option Electives into the Option:

B.A. PHILOSOPHY: INTERDISCIPLINARY SOCIAL SCIENCES OPTION

 

Core Courses (15 Credits)
PHI 265  Logic
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy

 

Philosophy Electives (relevant to Social Sciences) (Select 6 Credits)
PHI 300  Ethics and Social Responsibility

PHI 302  Ethics and Scientific Research
PHI 306  Philosophy and Science
PHI 308  Professional Ethics
PHI 309  Global Ethics
PHI 310  Information Ethics
PHI 320  Social and Political Philosophy

PHI 323  Peace and War
PHI 324  Africana Philosophy
PHI 350  Philosophy and Religion
PHI 360  Environmental Philosophy
PHI 399  History of Philosophy
PHI 499  Independent Study in Philosophy

PHI 599  Topics in Philosophy

 

Interdisciplinary Electives (relevant to Social Sciences and Philosophy) (Select 9 Credits; each elective should be from a different discipline)

ANT 309  Peoples of Africa

ANT 312  Social Organization
ANT 320  Religion and Culture
ANT 330  Women, Gender and Culture
ANT 331  Women in Pre-History
ANT 360  Mesoamerican Indians
ANT 370  Celtic Europe
ANT 371  Psychological Anthropology

ANT 372  Peasant Societies
ANT 375  Anthropology of Aging
ANT 385  Peoples of East and South East Asia
ANT 386  Economy, Wealth and Culture
BIO 349  Genetics
BIO 402   Evolutionary Neurology

BIO 406  Ecosystem Ecology
BIO 476  Virology
REL 370  Religion and Science

BIO 458  Evolution of Organisms
BIO 452 Cancer Genetics
BIO 470  Medical Microbiology

PSY 300  Personality Psychology
PSY 305  Evolutionary Psychology
PSY 310  Consumer Psychology
PSY 315  Psychology of Perception
PSY 320  Psychology of Perception
PSY 325  Lifespan Psychology
PSY 330  Developmental Science Laboratory
PSY 335  Behavior Modification
PSY 340  Abnormal Psychology
PSY 345  Cognitive Processes
PSY 345L Cognitive Processes Laboratory
PSY 350  Social Psychology
PSY 360  Industrial/Organizational Psychology
PSY 365  Human Factors Psychology
PSY 370  Psychopharmacology
REL 370  Religion and Science

SWK 304  Human Behavior
SWK  450  Multicultural Issues
SWK  455  Multicultural Family Experiences
SWK 510  Child Abuse
SWK 515  Introduction to Child Maltreatment
SWK 525  Substance Use and Abuse
SWK 575  Mental Health and Ethnic Minorities
SOC 300  Race and Ethnic Relations
SOC 301  World Patterns of Race Ethnicity
SOC 307  Social Stratification
SOC 308  Social Organization
SOC 315  Marriage and the Family

SOC 330  Classical Sociological Theory
SOC 334  Contemporary Sociological Theory
SOC 345  Native American Social

Issues
SOC 360  Technology and Social Change
SOC 360  Women and Men in Society
SOC 425  Political Sociology
SOC 430  Sociology of Religion
SOC 435  Sociology of

Sexualities
SOC 480  Global Aging Issues

 

OPTION CREATED

 

GROUP DISCIPLINE OPTIONS:

Step 1:  Conceive an Option:
 

B. A. PHILOSOPHY:  SOCIAL SCIENCES OPTION
 

Step 2:  Copy and paste the core courses into the Option:
 

B.A. PHILOSOPHY:  SOCIAL SCIENCES OPTION

Core Courses (15 Credits)

PHI 265  Logic
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy

 

Step 3:  Determine the courses in the Philosophy Curriculum that are relevant to the Option (do not include Core Courses):
 

PHI 110  Philosophy, Individuals and Society

PHI 165  Introduction to Logic
PHI 181  Philosophers, Culture and Creativity
PHI 200  Ethics
PHI 220  Health Care Ethics

PHI 265  Logic
PHI 300  Ethics and Social Responsibility
PHI 302  Ethics and Scientific Research
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 306  Philosophy and Science
PHI 308  Professional Ethics
PHI 309  Global Ethics
PHI 310  Information Ethics
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 320  Social and Political Philosophy
PHI 323  Peace and War
PHI 324  Africana Philosophy
PHI 350  Philosophy and Religion
PHI 355  Socrates and Plato
PHI 357  Kant and 19th Century Philosophy
PHI 360  Environmental Philosophy
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy
PHI 499  Independent Study in Philosophy
PHI 599  Topics in Philosophy

 

STEP 4:  Put Philosophy Electives into the Option:

B.A. PHILOSOPHY: INTERDISCIPLINARY SOCIAL SCIENCES OPTION

Core Courses (15 Credits)
PHI 265  Logic
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy


Philosophy Electives (relevant to Social Sciences) (Select 6 Credits)
PHI 300  Ethics and Social Responsibility
PHI 302  Ethics and Scientific Research
PHI 306  Philosophy and Science
PHI 308  Professional Ethics
PHI 309  Global Ethics
PHI 310  Information Ethics
PHI 320  Social and Political Philosophy
PHI 323  Peace and War
PHI 324  Africana Philosophy
PHI 350  Philosophy and Religion
PHI 360  Environmental Philosophy
PHI 499  Independent Study in Philosophy
PHI 599  Topics in Philosophy

STEP 5:  Determine Option disciplines relevant to Philosophy:

Anthropology, Psychology, Religion, Social Work, Sociology

STEP 6:  Determine courses in each discipline relevant to both Philosophy and the Option:

ANT 309  Peoples of Africa
ANT 312  Social Organization
ANT 320  Religion and Culture
ANT 330  Women, Gender and Culture
ANT 331  Women in Pre-History
ANT 360  Mesoamerican Indians
ANT 370  Celtic Europe
ANT 371  Psychological Anthropology
ANT 372  Peasant Societies
ANT 375  Anthropology of Aging

ANT 385  Peoples of East and South East Asia
ANT 386  Economy, Wealth and Culture
PSY 300  Personality Psychology

PSY 305  Evolutionary Psychology
PSY 310  Consumer Psychology
PSY 315  Psychology of Perception
PSY 320  Psychology of Perception
PSY 325  Lifespan Psychology
PSY 330 Developmental Science Laboratory
PSY 335 Behavior Modification
PSY 340 Abnormal Psychology
PSY 345 Cognitive Processes
PSY 350 Social Psychology
PSY 350L Social Psychology Laboratory
PSY 360 Industrial/Organizational Psychology
PSY 365 Human Factors Psychology
SWK 304 Human Behavior
SWK  450 Multicultural Issues
SWK  455 Multicultural Family Experiences
SWK 510 Child Abuse
SWK 515  Introduction to Child Maltreatment
SWK 525 Substance Use and Abuse
SWK 575 Mental Health and Ethnic Minorities
SOC 300 Race and Ethnic Relations
SOC 301 World Patterns of Race Ethnicity
SOC 307 Social Stratification
SOC 308 Social Organization
SOC 315 Marriage and the Family
SOC 330 Classical Sociological Theory
SOC 334 Contemporary Sociological Theory
SOC 345 Native American Social Issues
SOC 360 Technology and Social Change
SOC 360 Women and Men in Society
SOC 425 Political Sociology
SOC 430 Sociology of Religion
SOC 435 Sociology of Sexualities
SOC 480 Global Aging Issues

STEP 7:  Put the Option Electives into the Option:

B.A. PHILOSOPHY:  SOCIAL SCIENCES OPTION

Core Courses (15 Credits)

PHI 265  Logic
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy

 

Philosophy Electives (relevant to Social Sciences) (Select 6 Credits)
PHI 300  Ethics and Social Responsibility

PHI 302  Ethics and Scientific Research
PHI 306  Philosophy and Science
PHI 308  Professional Ethics
PHI 309  Global Ethics
PHI 310  Information Ethics
PHI 320  Social and Political Philosophy

PHI 323  Peace and War
PHI 324  Africana Philosophy
PHI 350  Philosophy and Religion
PHI 360  Environmental Philosophy
PHI 399  History of Philosophy
PHI 499  Independent Study in Philosophy

PHI 599  Topics in Philosophy

 

Interdisciplinary Electives (relevant to Social Sciences and Philosophy) (Select 9 Credits)

ANT 309  Peoples of Africa

ANT 312  Social Organization
ANT 320  Religion and Culture
ANT 330  Women, Gender and Culture
ANT 331  Women in Pre-History
ANT 360  Mesoamerican Indians
ANT 370  Celtic Europe
ANT 371  Psychological Anthropology

ANT 372  Peasant Societies
ANT 375  Anthropology of Aging
ANT 385  Peoples of East and South East Asia
ANT 386  Economy, Wealth and Culture
PSY 300  Personality Psychology
PSY 305  Evolutionary Psychology
PSY 310  Consumer Psychology
PSY 315  Psychology of Perception
PSY 320  Psychology of Perception
PSY 325  Lifespan Psychology
PSY 330 Developmental Science
PSY 335 Behavior Modification
PSY 340 Abnormal Psychology
PSY 345 Cognitive Processes
PSY 350 Social Psychology
PSY 360 Industrial/Organizational Psychology
PSY 365 Human Factors Psychology

SWK 304  Human Behavior
SWK 450  Multicultural Issues
SWK 455  Multicultural Family Experiences
SWK 510  Child Abuse
SWK 515  Introduction to Child Maltreatment
SWK 525  Substance Use and Abuse
SWK 575  Mental Health and Ethnic Minorities
SOC 300  Race and Ethnic Relations
SOC 301  World Patterns of Race Ethnicity
SOC 307  Social Stratification
SOC 308  Social Organization
SOC 315  Marriage and the Family

SOC 330  Classical Sociological Theory
SOC 334  Contemporary Sociological Theory
SOC 345  Native American Social Issues
SOC 360  Technology and Social Change
SOC 360  Women and Men in Society
SOC 425  Political Sociology
SOC 430  Sociology of Religion
SOC 435  Sociology of Sexualities
SOC 480  Global Aging Issues

 

OPTION CREATED

 

CO-DISCIPLINE OPTIONS

Discussion:  Co-Discipline Options are very versatile first or second degrees in Philosophy.  Philosophy is a discipline that can “Co-Discipline” many, if not most, disciplines at any college or university.  It can be used as a first or second degree.  As a second degree, it would cost students much less than getting a second degree in a different discipline.  Also, it is an excellent way of creating a new source of revenue for colleges and universities.
 

Step 1:  Conceive an Option:

B. A. PHILOSOPHY:  PSYCHOLOGY OPTION

Step 2:  Copy and paste the core courses into the Option:

B.A. PHILOSOPHY:  PSYCHOLOGY OPTION

 

Core Courses (15 Credits)
PHI 265  Logic
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy

 

Step 3:  Determine the courses in the Philosophy Curriculum that are relevant to the Option (do not include Core Courses):

PHI 110  Philosophy, Individuals and Society
PHI 165  Introduction to Logic
PHI 181  Philosophers, Culture and Creativity
PHI 200  Ethics
PHI 220  Health Care Ethics

PHI 265  Logic
PHI 300  Ethics and Social Responsibility
PHI 302  Ethics and Scientific Research

PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 306  Philosophy and Science
PHI 308  Professional Ethics
PHI 309  Global Ethics
PHI 310  Information Ethics
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 320  Social and Political Philosophy
PHI 323  Peace and War
PHI 324  Africana Philosophy
PHI 350  Philosophy and Religion
PHI 355  Socrates and Plato
PHI 357  Kant and 19th Century Philosophy
PHI 360  Environmental Philosophy
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy
PHI 499  Independent Study in Philosophy
PHI 599  Topics in Philosophy

STEP 4:  Put the Philosophy Electives into the Option: 

B.A. PHILOSOPHY: PSYCHOLOGY OPTION

Core Courses (15 Credits)
PHI 265  Logic
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy

Philosophy Electives (relevant to Psychology) (Select 6 Credits)
PHI 300  Ethics and Social Responsibility
PHI 302  Ethics and Scientific Research
PHI 306  Philosophy and Science
PHI 308  Professional Ethics
PHI 309  Global Ethics
PHI 310  Information Ethics
PHI 320  Social and Political Philosophy
PHI 323  Peace and War
PHI 324  Africana Philosophy
PHI 350  Philosophy and Religion
PHI 360  Environmental Philosophy
PHI 499  Independent Study in Philosophy
PHI 599  Topics in Philosophy

STEP 5:  Determine Option disciplines relevant to Philosophy:

Psychology   

STEP 6:  Determine courses in the Option relevant to Philosophy:

PSY 300 Personality Psychology
PSY 305 Evolutionary Psychology
PSY 310 Consumer Psychology
PSY 315 Psychology of Perception
PSY 320 Psychology of Perception
PSY 325 Lifespan Psychology
PSY 335 Behavior Modification
PSY 340 Abnormal Psychology
PSY 345 Cognitive Processes
PSY 350 Social Psychology
PSY 360 Industrial/Organizational Psychology
PSY 365 Human Factors Psychology
PSY 370 Psychopharmacology

STEP 7:  Put Option Electives into the Option:

B.A. PHILOSOPHY:  PSYCHOLOGY OPTION
 

Core Courses (15 Credits)
PHI 265  Logic
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy

 

Philosophy Electives (relevant to Psychology) (Select 6 Credits)
PHI 300  Ethics and Social Responsibility

PHI 302  Ethics and Scientific Research
PHI 306  Philosophy and Science
PHI 308  Professional Ethics
PHI 309  Global Ethics
PHI 310  Information Ethics
PHI 320  Social and Political Philosophy

PHI 323  Peace and War
PHI 324  Africana Philosophy
PHI 350  Philosophy and Religion
PHI 360  Environmental Philosophy
PHI 499  Independent Study in Philosophy

PHI 599  Topics in Philosophy

 

Psychology Electives (relevant to Philosophy) (Select 9 Credits)
PSY 300  Personality Psychology
PSY 305  Evolutionary Psychology
PSY 310  Consumer Psychology
PSY 315  Psychology of Perception
PSY 320  Psychology of Perception
PSY 325  Lifespan Psychology
PSY 330  Developmental Science Laboratory
PSY 335  Behavior Modification
PSY 340  Abnormal Psychology
PSY 345  Cognitive Processes
PSY 350  Social Psychology
PSY 360  Industrial/Organizational Psychology
PSY 365  Human Factors Psychology
PSY 370  Psychopharmacology

OPTION CREATED

 

SUB-DISCIPLINE OPTIONS (single discipline)
 

STEP 1:  Conceive an Option:
 

B. A. PHILOSOPHY:  ETHICS OPTION (similar to a track)
 

Step 2:  Copy and paste the core courses into the Option:
 

B.A. PHILOSOPHY: ETHICS OPTION
 

Core Courses (15 Credits)
PHI 265  Logic
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy

 

Step 3:  Determine the courses in the Philosophy Curriculum that are relevant to the Option (do not include Core Courses):

PHI 110  Philosophy, Individuals and Society
PHI 165  Introduction to Logic
PHI 181  Philosophers, Culture and Creativity
PHI 200  Ethics
PHI 265  Logic
PHI 220  Health Care Ethics
PHI 300  Ethics and Social Responsibility
PHI 302  Ethics and Scientific Research
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 306  Philosophy and Science
PHI 308  Professional Ethics
PHI 309  Global Ethics
PHI 310  Information Ethics
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 320  Social and Political Philosophy
PHI 323  Peace and War
PHI 324  Africana Philosophy
PHI 350  Philosophy and Religion
PHI 355  Socrates and Plato
PHI 357  Kant and 19th Century Philosophy
PHI 360  Environmental Philosophy
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy
PHI 499  Independent Study in Philosophy
PHI 599  Topics in Philosophy

Step 4:  Put Philosophy Electives into the Option:

B.A. PHILOSOPHY:  ETHICS OPTION

Core Courses (15 Credits)
PHI 265  Logic
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy


Pilosophy Electives (relevant to Psychology) (Select 6 Credits)
PHI 220  Health Care Ethics
PHI 300  Ethics and Social Responsibility
PHI 302  Ethics and Scientific Research
PHI 308  Professional Ethics
PHI 309  Global Ethics
PHI 310  Information Ethics
PHI 323  Peace and War
PHI 324  Africana Philosophy
PHI 350  Philosophy and Religion
PHI 360  Environmental Philosophy
PHI 499  Independent Study in Philosophy

PHI 599  Topics in Philosophy

Skip to STEP 7:  Put the Philosophy/Option Electives into the Option (in this case, Philosophy Electives are the same as Option Electives)

B.A. PHILOSOPHY: ETHICS OPTION

Core Courses (15 Credits)
PHI 265  Logic
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy

Philosophy/Option Electives (Select 15 Credits)
PHI 220  Health Care Ethics
PHI 300  Ethics and Social Responsibility
PHI 302  Ethics and Scientific Research
PHI 308  Professional Ethics
PHI 309  Global Ethics
PHI 310  Information Ethics
PHI 323  Peace and War
PHI 324  Africana Philosophy
PHI 350  Philosophy and Religion
PHI 360  Environmental Philosophy
PHI 499  Independent Study in
Philosophy
PHI 599  Topics in Philosophy

OPTION CREATED

 

SUB-DISCIPLINE OPTIONS (interdisciplinary)

STEP 1:  Conceive an Option:

 

B.A. PHILOSOPHY: INTERDISCIPLINARY ETHICS OPTION
 

Step 2:  Copy and paste the core courses into the Option:
 

B.A. PHILOSOPHY: INTERDISCIPLINARY ETHICS OPTION
 

Core Courses (15 Credits)
PHI 265  Logic
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy

 

Step 3:  Determine the courses in the Philosophy Curriculum that are relevant to the Option (do not include Core Courses):

 

PHI 110  Philosophy, Individuals and Society
PHI 165  Introduction to Logic
PHI 181  Philosophers, Culture and Creativity
PHI 200  Ethics
PHI 220  Health Care Ethics
PHI 265  Logic
PHI 300  Ethics and Social Responsibility
PHI 302  Ethics and Scientific Research
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 306  Philosophy and Science
PHI 308  Professional Ethics
PHI 309  Global Ethics
PHI 310  Information Ethics
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 320  Social and Political Philosophy
PHI 323  Peace and War
PHI 324  Africana Philosophy
PHI 350  Philosophy and Religion
PHI 355  Socrates and Plato
PHI 357  Kant and 19th Century Philosophy
PHI 360  Environmental Philosophy
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy
PHI 499  Independent Study in Philosophy
PHI 599  Topics in Philosophy

  

STEP 4:  Put the Philosophy Electives into the Option: 

B.A. PHILOSOPHY: INTERDISCIPLINARY ETHICS OPTION

Core Courses (15 Credits)
PHI 265  Logic
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy

Philosophy Electives (relevant to Ethics) (Select 6 Credits)
PHI 220  Health Care Ethics
PHI 300  Ethics and Social Responsibility
PHI 302  Ethics and Scientific Research
PHI 308  Professional Ethics
PHI 309  Global Ethics
PHI 310  Information Ethics
PHI 323  Peace and War
PHI 324  Africana Philosophy
PHI 350  Philosophy and Religion
PHI 360  Environmental Philosophy
PHI 499  Independent Study in Philosophy
PHI 599  Topics in Philosophy

STEP 5:  Determine disciplines relevant to the Option and to Philosophy:

Accounting, Anthropology, Business, Communications, Communication Studies, Justice, English, Entrepreneurial Studies, Environmental Studies, Health Education, Health Sciences

STEP 6:  Determine courses in each discipline relevant to the Option and to Philosophy:

ACC 320 Fraud Examination
ANT 320 Religion & Culture
ANT 325 Applied Anthropology
ANT 330 Women, Gender and Culture
ANT 345 Environmental Anthropology
BUS 230 Legal Environment
BUS 345 Business Ethics
COM 580 Sexuality and Communication
CMST 220 Interpersonal Communication
CMST 317 Gender and Communication
CMST 320 Advanced Interpersonal Communication
CMST 325 Communication & Conflict
CMST 340 Strategies of Persuasion
CMST 345 Family Communication
CMST 355 Culture and Communication
CMST 430 Communication Theories
JUS 231 Race, Gender and Culture
JUS 301 Ethics in Criminal Justice
JUS 302 Criminal Law
JUS 317 Perspectives on Crime
JUS 408 Victims and Crime
JUS 428 Crime Across the Lifespan
ENG 300 African-American Literature
ENG 301 American Literature
ENG 302 Literature & Film
ENG 305 American Women Writers
ENG 306 Multi-Cultural American Literature
ENG 308 Shakespeare
ENG 315 Bible and Literature
ENG 316 Social Issues in Literature
ENG 322 Literature and Sexuality
ENG 324 Holocaust Literature
ENG 338 Writing for Social Change
ENG 355 Contemporary Literature
ENG 362 Studies in Dramatic Literature
ENG 368 The Graphic Novel
ENG 412 17th Century Literature
ENG 414 English Renaissance Drama
ENG 453 Victorian Literature
ENG 462 Modern American Literature
ENTP 320 Social Entrepreneurship
ENV 408 Ecology of the City
HEA 270 Community Health
HEA 320 Drug and Alcohol Education
HEA 350 Sexuality Education
HSC 460 Concepts in Quality Patient Care
HSC 480 Global Perspectives of Health Care

STEP 7:  Put the Option Electives into the Option:

B.A. PHILOSOPHY: INTERDISCIPLINARY ETHICS OPTION

Core Courses (15 Credits)
PHI 265 Logic
PHI 305 Existentialism
PHI 315 Knowledge and Reality
PHI 375 Ethical Theories
PHI 399 History of Philosophy

Philosophy Electives (relevant to Ethics) (Select 6 Credits)
PHI 220 Health Care Ethics
PHI 300 Ethics and Social Responsibility
PHI 302 Ethics and Scientific Research
PHI 308 Professional Ethics
PHI 309 Global Ethics
PHI 310 Information Ethics
PHI 323 Peace and War
PHI 324 Africana Philosophy
PHI 350 Philosophy and Religion
PHI 360 Environmental Philosophy
PHI 499 Independent Study in Philosophy
PHI 599 Topics in Philosophy

Option Electives (relevant to Philosophy and Ethics) (Select 9 Credits)
ACC 320 Fraud Examination
ANT 320 Religion & Culture
ANT 325 Applied Anthropology
ANT 330 Women, Gender and Culture
ANT 345 Environmental Anthropology
BUS 230 Legal Environment
BUS 345 Business Ethics
COM 580 Sexuality and Communication
CMST 220 Interpersonal Communication
CMST 317 Gender and Communication
CMST 320 Advanced Interpersonal Communication
CMST 325 Communication & Conflict
CMST 340 Strategies of Persuasion
CMST 345 Family Communication
CMST 355 Culture and Communication
CMST 430 Communication Theories
JUS 231 Race, Gender and Culture
JUS 301 Ethics in Criminal Justice
JUS 302 Criminal Law
JUS 317 Perspectives on Crime
JUS 408 Victims and Crime
JUS 428 Crime Across the Lifespan
ENG 300 African-American Literature
ENG 301 American Literature
ENG 302 Literature & Film
ENG 305 American Women Writers
ENG 306 Multi-Cultural American Literature
ENG 308 Shakespeare
ENG 315 Bible and Literature
ENG 316 Social Issues in Literature
ENG 322 Literature and Sexuality
ENG 324 Holocaust Literature
ENG 338 Writing for Social Change
ENG 355 Contemporary Literature
ENG 362 Studies in Dramatic Literature
ENG 368 The Graphic Novel
ENG 412 17th Century Literature
ENG 414 English Renaissance Drama
ENG 453 Victorian Literature
ENG 462 Modern American Literature
ENTP 320 Social Entrepreneurship
ENV 408 Ecology of the City
HEA 270 Community Health
HEA 320 Drug and Alcohol Education
HEA 350 Sexuality Education
HSC 460 Concepts in Quality Patient Care
HSC 480 Global Perspectives of Health Care

OPTION CREATED

 

COMBINATION INTERDISCIPLINARY OPTIONS (1)

 

STEP 1:  Conceive an Option:
 

B. A. PHILOSOPHY:  ETHICS AND HEALTH CARE OPTION
 

STEP 2: Copy and paste the core courses into the Option:
 

B.A. PHILOSOPHY:  ETHICS AND HEALTH CARE OPTION
 

Core Courses (15 Credits)
PHI 265  Logic
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy

 

Step 3:  Determine the courses in the Philosophy Curriculum that are relevant to the Option (do not use Core Courses):

 

PHI 110  Philosophy, Individuals and Society

PHI 165  Introduction to Logic

PHI 181  Philosophers, Culture and Creativity

PHI 200  Ethics
PHI 220  Health Care Ethics
PHI 265  Logic
PHI 300  Ethics and Social Responsibility

PHI 302  Ethics and Scientific Research
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 306  Philosophy and Science
PHI 308  Professional Ethics
PHI 309  Global Ethics

PHI 310  Information Ethics
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 320  Social and Political Philosophy
PHI 323  Peace and War
PHI 324  Africana Philosophy
PHI 350  Philosophy and Religion
PHI 355  Socrates and Plato
PHI 357  Kant and 19th Century Philosophy
PHI 360  Environmental Philosophy
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy
PHI 499  Independent Study in Philosophy
PHI 599  Topics in Philosophy

 

STEP 4:  Put the Philosophy Electives into the Option:

B.A. PHILOSOPHY: ETHICS AND HEALTH CARE OPTION

Core Courses (15 Credits)

PHI 265  Logic
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy

Philosophy Electives (relevant to Ethics and Health Care) (Select 6 Credits)

PHI 220  Health Care Ethics
PHI 300  Ethics and Social Responsibility
PHI 302  Ethics and Scientific Research
PHI 308  Professional Ethics
PHI 309  Global Ethics
PHI 360  Environmental Philosophy
PHI 499  Independent Study in Philosophy
PHI 599  Topics in Philosophy

STEP 5:  Determine disciplines relevant to Philosophy and the Option:  

Anthropology, Communication Studies, English, Health Sciences Human Services & Addictions, Leadership, Nursing, Public Administration, Psychology, Religion, Sociology       

STEP 6:  Determine courses in each discipline relevant to the Option and to Philosophy:

ANT 321  Medical Anthropology
ANT 375  Anthropology of Aging
CMST 303  Organizational Communication
CMST 403  Health Communication
CMST 345  Family Communication
ENG 374  Technical Writing

HSC 413  Aging in Today’s Society
HSR 300  Ethics and Issues in Mental Health Profession
LDR 381  Organizational Ethics and Decision-Making
LDR 300  Foundations of Leadership
NRS 370  Legal, Ethical and Professional Issues
NRS 420  Concepts and Principles of Leadership Management
PAD 412  Administrative Law
PAD 403  Public Policy
PSY  344  Industrial/Organization Psychology
PSY 333 Abnormal Psychology
PSY 465  Health Psychology
REL 370  Religion and Science
SOC 371  Environment, Society, and Public Health
SOC 450  Medical Sociology
SOC 480  Global Aging Issues and Policies

STEP 7:  Put Option Electives into the Option: 

B.A. PHILOSOPHY:  ETHICS & HEALTH CARE OPTION

 

Core Courses (15 Credits)
PHI 265  Logic
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy

 

Philosophy Electives (relevant to Ethics and Health Care) (Select 6 Credits)

PHI 220  Health Care Ethics
PHI 300  Ethics and Social Responsibility
PHI 302  Ethics and Scientific Research
PHI 308  Professional Ethics
PHI 309  Global Ethics
PHI 360  Environmental Philosophy
PHI 499  Independent Study in Philosophy

PHI 599  Topics in Philosophy

 

Ethics and Health Care Electives (relevant to Philosophy) (Select 9 Credits; each Elective should be from a different discipline)
ANT 321  Medical Anthropology
ANT 375  Anthropology of Aging
CMST 303  Organizational Communication
CMST 403  Health Communication
CMST 345  Family Communication
ENG 374  Technical Writing
HSR 300  Ethics and Issues in Mental Health Profession
LDR 381  Organizational Ethics and Decision-Making
LDR 300  Foundations of Leadership
NRS 370  Legal, Ethical and Professional Issues
NRS 420  Concepts and Principles of Leadership Management
PAD 412  Administrative Law
PAD 403  Public Policy
PSY  344 Industrial/ Organization Psychology
PSY 333 Abnormal Psychology
PSY 465  Health Psychology
REL 370  Religion and Science
SOC 371  Environment, Society, and Public Health
SOC 450  Medical Sociology
SOC 480  Global Aging Issues and Policies
HSC 413  Aging in Today’s Society

OPTION CREATED

 

COMBINATION INTERDISCIPLINARY OPTIONS (2)

 

Step 1:  Conceive an Option

 

B.A. PHILOSOPHY:  LEGAL PROFESSIONS OPTION

 

Step 2:  Copy and Paste the core courses into the Option:


B.A. PHILOSOPHY:  LEGAL PROFESSIONS OPTION

 

Core Courses (15 Credits)
PHI 265  Logic
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy


Step 3:  Determine the courses in the Philosophy Curriculum relevant to the Option (do not use Core Courses):

PHI 110  Philosophy, Individuals and Society
PHI 165  Introduction to Logic
PHI 181  Philosophers, Culture and Creativity

PHI 200  Ethics
PHI 220  Health Care Ethics
PHI 265  Logic
PHI 300  Ethics and Social Responsibility
PHI 302  Ethics and Scientific Research

PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 306  Philosophy and Science
PHI 308  Professional Ethics
PHI 309  Global Ethics
PHI 310  Information Ethics
PHI 315  Knowledge and Reality
PHI 320  Social and Political Philosophy
PHI 323  Peace and War
PHI 324  Africana Philosophy
PHI 350  Philosophy and Religion
PHI 355  Socrates and Plato
PHI 357  Kant and 19th Century Philosophy
PHI 360  Environmental Philosophy
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy
PHI 499  Independent Study in Philosophy
PHI 599  Topics in Philosophy

Step 4:  Put Philosophy Electives into the Option:


B.A. PHILOSOPHY:  LEGAL PROFESSIONS OPTION
 

Core Required Courses (15 credits):

PHI 265  Logic
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 315  Knowledge & Reality
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy

 

Philosophy Electives (relevant to the Option) (select 6 credits)
PHI 220  Health Care Ethics
PHI 300  Ethics and Social Responsibility
PHI 302  Ethics and Scientific Research
PHI 308  Professional Ethics
PHI 309  Global Ethics
PHI 310  Information Ethics
PHI 323  Peace and War
PHI 360  Environmental Philosophy
PHI 499  Independent Study in Philosophy
PHI 599  Topics in Philosophy

 

Step 5:  Determine disciplines relevant to the Option:

 

English, Geography, Justice, Political Science, Sociology
 

Step 6:  Determine the courses in each discipline relevant to the Option and Philosophy:

ENG 345  Legal Writing
GEO 304  Introduction to the Law
JUS 302  Criminal Law
PSC 304  Introduction to the Law
PSC 305 The Judicial Process
PSC 307  Constitutional Law
PSC 308  Civil Liberties
PSC 375  Perspectives on Law
PSC 480  International Law
SOC 305  Criminology
SOC 488  Sociology of Law

 

Step 7:  Put Option Electives into Option
 

B.A. PHILOSOPHY:  LEGAL PROFESSIONS OPTION
 

Core Courses (15 credits):
PHI 265  Logic
PHI 305  Existentialism
PHI 315  Knowledge & Reality
PHI 375  Ethical Theories
PHI 399  History of Philosophy

 

Philosophy Electives (relevant to the Option) (select 6 credits)
PHI 200  Ethics
PHI 220  Health Care Ethics
PHI 300  Ethics and Social Responsibility
PHI 302  Ethics and Scientific Research
PHI 308  Professional Ethics
PHI 309  Global Ethics
PHI 310  Information Ethics
PHI 323  Peace and War
PHI 360  Environmental Philosophy
PHI 499  Independent Study in Philosophy
PHI 599  Topics in Philosophy

 

Option Electives (relevant to Philosophy and the Option) (select 9 credits)
ENG 345  Legal Writing
GEO 304  Introduction to the Law
JUS 302  Criminal Law
PSC 304  Introduction to the Law
PSC 305 The Judicial Process
PSC 307  Constitutional Law
PSC 308  Civil Liberties
PSC 375  Perspectives on Law
PSC 480  International Law
SOC 305  Criminology
SOC 488  Sociology of Law

 

OPTION CREATED

 


 

 

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