UMM

Curriculum Committee

Form B

 

Rev: 04/2005

 

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University of Minnesota, Morris

 

Curriculum Committee Form B:

Discipline Objectives and Requirements

 


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All changes become effective the fall semester following Campus Assembly approval.

 

Date:  9/20/06

 

Discipline/Division:  Philosophy / Humanities

 

 

I.     Introductory Statement:   NC

 

II.   Objectives:  NC

 

III.  Assessment of the Major – How do proposed curricular changes affect the assessment of the goals and objectives of the major?:

 

IV. Requirements for a Major:

Phil 2101, Introduction to Symbolic Logic

 

any one from:

Phil 1101, Introduction to Philosophy

Phil 2111, Introductory Ethics

Phil 2141, Introduction to Analytic Feminism

Phil 2151, Philosophy of mind

 

any two from:

Phil 3121, Political Philosophy

Phil 3131, Philosophy of Law

Phil 4100, Moral Issues and Theories

Phil 4111, Ethical Theory

 

any two from:

Phil 3101, Metaphysics

Phil 3141, The Theory of Knowledge

Phil 4121, Philosophy of Language

Phil 4130, Contemporary Issues in Philosophy

Phil 4131, Personal Identity, Names, and Essences

 

any two from:

Phil 3151, History of Ancient Philosophy

Phil 3161, History of Medieval Philosophy

Phil 3171, History of Modern Philosophy

Phil 4000, History of Philosophy Seminar

Phil 4002, Existentialism

 

Required introductory courses:

Phil 1101, Introduction to Philosophy

Phil 2101, Introduction to Symbolic Logic

Phil 2111, Introductory Ethics

 

Any two elective courses from:

Phil 2121, Philosophy of Religion

Phil 2112, Professional Ethics

Phil 2141, Analytic Feminism

Phil 2151, Philosophy of Mind

Phil 2113, International and Biomedical Ethics

Phil 3131, Philosophy of Law

Phil 4000, History of Philosophy Seminar

Phil 4002, Existentialism

Phil 4100, Moral Issues and Theories

Phil 4121, Philosophy of Language

Phil 4130, Contemporary Issues in Philosophy

Phil 4131, Personal Identity, Proper Names, and Essences

 

Three courses from the following core courses:

Phil 3101, Metaphysics

Phil 3121, Political Philosophy

Phil 3141, The Theory of Knowledge

Phil 3151, History of Ancient Philosophy

Phil 3171, History of Modern Philosophy

Phil 4111, Ethical Theory

 

Phil 4901, Senior Philosophical Defense

 

One additional 4xxx course, other than 4901, that may not also be used to fulfill any other requirements of the major

 

Courses with grades of D may not be used to meet the major requirements.

 

Required courses may not be taken S-N unless offered S-N only.

 

V.    Requirements for a Minor:

Phil 2101, Introduction to Symbolic Logic

 

any one from:

Phil 1101, Introduction to Philosophy

Phil 2111, Introductory Ethics

Phil 2141, Introduction to Analytic Feminism

Phil 2151, Philosophy of mind

 

any one from:

Phil 3121, Political Philosophy

Phil 3131, Philosophy of Law

Phil 4100, Moral Issues and Theories

Phil 4111, Ethical Theory

 

any one from:

Phil 3101, Metaphysics

Phil 3141, The Theory of Knowledge

Phil 4121, Philosophy of Language

Phil 4130, Contemporary Issues in Philosophy

Phil 4131, Personal Identity, Names, and Essences

 

any one from:

Phil 3151, History of Ancient Philosophy

Phil 3161, History of Medieval Philosophy

Phil 3171, History of Modern Philosophy

Phil 4000, History of Philosophy Seminar

Phil 4002, Existentialism

 

Any two introductory courses:

Phil 1101, Introduction to Philosophy

Phil 2101, Introduction to Symbolic Logic

Phil 2111, Introductory Ethics

 

Any two elective courses from:

Phil 2121, Philosophy of Religion

Phil 2112, Professional Ethics

Phil 2141, Analytic Feminism

Phil 2151, Philosophy of Mind

Phil 2113, International and Biomedical Ethics

Phil 3131, Philosophy of Law

Phil 4000, History of Philosophy Seminar

Phil 4002, Existentialism

Phil 4100, Moral Issues and Theories

Phil 4121, Philosophy of Language

Phil 4130, Contemporary Issues in Philosophy

Phil 4131, Personal Identity, Proper Names, and Essences

 

Two courses from the following core courses:

Phil 3101, Metaphysics

Phil 3121, Political Philosophy

Phil 3141, The Theory of Knowledge

Phil 3151, History of Ancient Philosophy

Phil 3171, History of Modern Philosophy

Phil 4111, Ethical Theory

 

Courses with grades of D may not be used to meet the minor requirements.

 

Required courses may not be taken S-N unless offered S-N only.

 

VI.  Requirements for Teacher Preparation:

 

VII. Cluster Headings:

 

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