Philosophy & Religion

Courses

The major consists of 30 semester hours beyond the general education requirement. A core of 18 semester hours is required of all majors, and the remaining 12 semester hours consist of religion or philosophy electives. This allows students to concentrate in religion or philosophy or any combination of philosophy or religion courses of interest.

Core Courses

Introduction to World Philosophy
Religions of the World
Critical Thinking
Introduction to the Old Testament or Introduction to the New Testament
Ethics
Senior Seminar in Philosophy or Religion

Electives

Philosophy:

History of Philosophy I — Ancient and Medieval
History of Philosophy II — Modern and Contemporary
Symbolic Logic
Metaphysics
Epistemology
Special Topics in Philosophy
425. Philosophy of Religion
Independent/Directed Study
Senior Seminar in Philosophy

Religion:

Religious Movements in North America
Music in the Christian Church
History of Christian Thought
Introduction to Theology
Hebrew Prophets
Life of Jesus
Life and Teachings of Paul
Special Topics in Religion
Philosophy of Religion
Independent/Directed Study
Senior Seminar in Religion