UNIVERSITY CATALOG: 2020-2021

Philosophy, B.A. (2019-2020 Archive)

All lower division GE completed. Requirements with completion of an AA-T in Global Studies as follows:

Transfer Year 1: First Semester

Course Units
PHIL 201 (if not completed prior to transfer) 3
PHIL 200 or PHIL 230 (if not completed prior to transfer) 3
PHIL 360 or PHIL 365 4
One course from: PHIL 333, PHIL 341, PHIL 342, PHIL 343, PHIL 344, PHIL 348 3
GE Upper Division* 3
Total 16

Transfer Year 1: Second Semester

Course Units
PHIL 202 (if not completed prior to transfer) 4
PHIL 350 or PHIL 352 or PHIL 355 3
Upper Division PHIL Elective** 3
Upper Division PHIL Elective** 3
GE Upper Division* 3
Total 16

Transfer Year 2: First Semester

Course Units
Upper Division PHIL Elective** 3
Upper Division PHIL Elective** 3
Upper Division PHIL Elective** 3
PHIL 497 3
GE Upper Division* 3
Total 15

Transfer Year 2: Second Semester

Course Units
Upper Division PHIL Elective** 6
Electives 7
Total 13
Total units after transfer 60

* Total of 9 units Upper Division General Education must include 3 units from GE B5 Scientific Inquiry and Quantitative Reasoning, and 6 units from GE Upper Division Section C1 Arts, or GE Upper Division Section C2 Humanities, or GE Upper Division Section D Social Sciences, or GE Upper Division Section F Comparative Cultural Studies. (No more than 3 units from GE Upper Division C and no more than 3 units from GE Upper Division D.) If needed, select UDGE courses that also satisfy: IC: Information Competence, and/or: GE Upper Division Section D2 American History Institutions and Ideals, OR GE Upper Division Section D3 and D4 Constitution of the United States and State and Local Government.

If taken, PHIL 333, PHIL 343, PHIL 344 and/or PHIL 348 satisfy 3-6 units of GE upper division F Comparative Cultural Studies.

**Total of 21 units of upper division PHIL Electives required. At least four courses (12 units) must be 400-level courses, other than PHIL 497 and 499. Up to 3 units of electives may be in closely related upper division courses outside the Philosophy department (subject to the approval of the department chair.)