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Basic Courses in Philosophy (offered every semester)
The major requires seven additional courses.

The minor requires four additional courses.


PHIL 1000: Logic
The goal of the course is to provide the student with an understanding of correct reasoning as it is employed in ordinary discourse. The course will study topics such as: terms and propositions, definition, opposition, induction and deduction, reasoning and argumentation, fallacies in argument.
(Partially fulfills B.A. Requirement in the Arts & Sciences College Curriculum for Mathematical Reasoning; and fulfills a requirement for the Philosophy major and minor.)

Diversity Courses in Philosophy:
(Either of these courses fulfills the UCCS Diverse Cultures requirement)
PHIL 3380: Eastern Philosophy
PHIL 3780: Africana Philosophy

 

Schedules and Instructors are subject to change

Undergraduate Course Descriptions for Fall 2014

 

All Philosophy Classes for Summer 2014

All Philosophy Classes for Fall 2014 (courses numbered higher than 6000 are graduate classes)

Undergraduate Electives for Fall 2014

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Philosophy Department

Marquette University
PO Box 1881
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881
(414) 288-6857 (phone)
(414) 288-3010 (fax)
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