Prerequisites to Concentration. Any 100- or 200- level course other than PHIL 180, 201, 296 (logic courses). None of these courses counts toward the concentration requirements.
1. Formal Methods: PHIL 303, 305, 296, 413 or 414.
2. History of Philosophy: PHIL 388 or PHIL 389, and one additional course from among: PHIL 371, 388, 389, 405, 406, 458, 460, 461, 462, 463, 464, 467, and 492.
3. Value: Either PHIL 361 (Ethics), 366 (Political Philosophy) or 367 (Social and Political Philosophy)
4. Mind and Reality: Either PHIL 345 (Language and Mind), 383 (Knowledge and Reality), or 381 (Science and Objectivity).
5. Three additional courses:
a. Two additional 400-level courses (other than PHIL 419, 455, 498, or 499). Note: students are not permitted to use any course to satisfy more than one requirement. For example, if you use a 400-level course to satisfy the logic or history requirements, you cannot use that same course to satisfy this requirement.
b. One additional course at the 300-level or higher, such as PHIL 345 (Language and Mind) or 383 (Knowledge and Reality).
The courses needed to satisfy these requirements are not always offered every term. Concentrators should plan their programs so that they can be sure to take the courses they need before they can graduate.