Philosophy and Religion

B.A. with Major in Philosophy and Religion: Philosophy Concentration

B.A. with Major in Philosophy and Religion: Pre-Law Concentration

B.A. with Major in Philosophy and Religion: Religion Concentration

 

B.A. with Major in Philosophy and Religion: Philosophy Concentration

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman Year
First SemesterCredits
PHIL 110 Forward or Delete? An Introduction to Logic 3
ENGL 110 College Composition I 3
Electives/Essential Studies 9
 Credits15
Second Semester
PHIL 120 Introduction to Ethics 3
ENGL 130 Composition II: Writing for Public Audiences 3
Electives/Essential Studies 9
 Credits15
Sophomore Year
First Semester
PHIL 300 History of Philosophy I (Ancient/Modern) 3
RELS Elective (200 level or higher) 3
Electives/Essential Studies 9
 Credits15
Second Semester
PHIL 301 History of Philosophy II (Medieval/19th Century) 3
PHIL Elective (300 level or higher) 3
Electives/Essential Studies 9
 Credits15
Junior Year
First Semester
PHIL Elective (300 level or higher) 3
RELS Elective (200 level or higher) 3
Elective/Essential Studies 9
 Credits15
Second Semester
PHIL Elective (300 level or higher) 3
Electives/Essential Studies 12
 Credits15
Senior Year
First Semester
PHIL Elective (300 level or higher) 3
Electives/Essential Studies 12
 Credits15
Second Semester
PHIL 480 Public Philosophy The Capstone is not offered every semester. Students need to pay attention to when the capstone is offered and may need to take it as early as the second semester of the junior year. 3
PHIL Elective (300 level or higher) 3
Electives/Essential Studies 9
 Credits15
 Total Credits120

This plan represents only one way of completing a major in Philosophy and Religion (Philosophy concentration). Students should work closely with faculty advisors to determine how best to meet their individual interests and goals. Students who identify Philosophy and Religion as a major later in their undergraduate careers can complete this concentration. Students who major in Philosophy and Religion are encouraged to explore a wide range of academic topics and fields of study as they select their electives. ^^ Please Note: Every student must fulfill all University, Departmental, and Essential Studies requirements. Essential Studies requirements are found at http://und.edu/academics/essential-studies/requirements.cfm

B.A. with Major in Philosophy and Religion: Pre-Law Concentration

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman Year
FallCredits
PHIL 110 Forward or Delete? An Introduction to Logic 3
ENGL 110 College Composition I 3
Electives/Essential Studies 9
 Credits15
Spring
PHIL 130 Introduction to Political Philosophy 3
ENGL 130 Composition II: Writing for Public Audiences 3
Electives/Essential Studies 9
 Credits15
Sophomore Year
Fall
PHIL 120
Introduction to Ethics
or American Philosophy
or Philosophy of Race Postcolonialism
or Contemporary European Philosophy
or Advanced Ethics
or Social and Political Philosophy
or Feminist Philosophy
or Philosophy, Economics, and Politics
or Current Topics in Political Philosophy
3
Electives/Essential Studies 12
 Credits15
Spring
PHIL 120
Introduction to Ethics
or American Philosophy
or Philosophy of Race Postcolonialism
or Contemporary European Philosophy
or Advanced Ethics
or Social and Political Philosophy
or Feminist Philosophy
or Philosophy, Economics, and Politics
or Current Topics in Political Philosophy
3
PHIL or RELS Elective 3
Electives/Essential Studies 9
 Credits15
Junior Year
Fall
PHIL 120
Introduction to Ethics
or American Philosophy
or Philosophy of Race Postcolonialism
or Contemporary European Philosophy
or Advanced Ethics
or Social and Political Philosophy
or Feminist Philosophy
or Philosophy, Economics, and Politics
or Current Topics in Political Philosophy
3
PHIL or RELS Elective 3
Electives/Essential Studies 9
 Credits15
Spring
PHIL 120
Introduction to Ethics
or American Philosophy
or Philosophy of Race Postcolonialism
or Contemporary European Philosophy
or Advanced Ethics
or Social and Political Philosophy
or Feminist Philosophy
or Philosophy, Economics, and Politics
or Current Topics in Political Philosophy
3
PHIL 371 Philosophy of Law 3
Elective/Essential Studies 9
 Credits15
Senior Year
Fall
PHIL 120
Introduction to Ethics
or American Philosophy
or Philosophy of Race Postcolonialism
or Contemporary European Philosophy
or Advanced Ethics
or Social and Political Philosophy
or Feminist Philosophy
or Philosophy, Economics, and Politics
or Current Topics in Political Philosophy
3
Elective/Essential Studies 12
 Credits15
Spring
PHIL 120
Introduction to Ethics
or American Philosophy
or Philosophy of Race Postcolonialism
or Contemporary European Philosophy
or Advanced Ethics
or Social and Political Philosophy
or Feminist Philosophy
or Philosophy, Economics, and Politics
or Current Topics in Political Philosophy
3
PHIL 480 Public Philosophy The Capstone is not offered every semester. Students need to pay attention to when the capstone is offered and may need to take it as early as the second semester of the junior year. 3
Elective/Essential Studies 9
 Credits15
 Total Credits120

This plan represents only one way of completing a major in Philosophy and Religion (Pre-Law concentration). Students should work closely with faculty advisors to determine how best to meet their individual interests and goals. Students who identify Philosophy and Religion as a major later in their undergraduate careers can complete this concentration. Students who major in Philosophy and Religion are encouraged to explore a wide range of academic topics and fields of study as they select their electives. ^^ Please Note: Every student must fulfill all University, Departmental, and Essential Studies requirements. Essential Studies requirements are found at http://und.edu/academics/essential-studies/requirements.cfm

B.A. with Major in Philosophy and Religion: Religion Concentration

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman Year
FallCredits
RELS 100 Introduction to Religious Studies 3
ENGL 110 College Composition I 3
Electives/Essential Studies 9
 Credits15
Spring
Elective/Essential Studies 9
ENGL 130 Composition II: Writing for Public Audiences 3
RELS 101
Religions of the West
or Introduction to the Bible
or Death and Dying
or Religious Violence
or Buddhism
3
 Credits15
Sophomore Year
Fall
RELS Elective 3
Elective/Essential Studies 9
RELS 102
Religions of Asia
or Religion in America
or Atheism and Secularism
or Hinduism
3
 Credits15
Spring
Electives/Essential Studies 12
RELS 101
Religions of the West
or Introduction to the Bible
or Death and Dying
or Daoism and Confucianism
or Christianity
3
 Credits15
Junior Year
Fall
Elective/Essential Studies 12
RELS 102
Religions of Asia
or Religion in America
or Mysticism and Spirituality in Religion
or Islam
3
 Credits15
Spring
RELS Elective 3
Elective/Essential Studies 9
RELS 101
Religions of the West
or Introduction to the Bible
or Death and Dying
or Religious Violence
or Buddhism
3
 Credits15
Senior Year
Fall
Elective/Essential Studies 12
RELS Elective 3
 Credits15
Spring
RELS Elective 3
Elective/Essential Studies 9
RELS 480 Seminar in Theory and Method The Capstone is not offered every semester. Students need to pay attention to when the capstone is offered and may need to take it as early as the second semester of the junior year. 3
 Credits15
 Total Credits120

This plan represents only one way of completing a major in Philosophy and Religion (Religion concentration). Students should work closely with faculty advisors to determine how best to meet their individual interests and goals. Students who identify Philosophy and Religion as a major later in their undergraduate careers can complete this concentration. Students who major in Philosophy and Religion are encouraged to explore a wide range of academic topics and fields of study as they select their electives. ^^ Please Note: Every student must fulfill all University, Departmental, and Essential Studies requirements. Essential Studies requirements are found at http://und.edu/academics/essential-studies/requirements.cfm

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