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Knowledge, Values, and Rationality -Philosophy

28 credits: at least 8 credits must be taken in residence at PSU; 8 elective credits must be upper-division.

PHL 308U is required, any of the other courses listed below may count towards electives.

Visit the webpage below which fully details the requirements and consult with an advisor.

Courses:
PHL 300U: Philosophical Methods and Concepts
PHL 305U: Philosophy of Medicine
PHL 306U: Science and Pseudoscience
PHL 307U: Philosophy of Social Science
PHL 308U: Elementary Ethics
PHL 309U: Business Ethics
PHL 310U: Environmental Ethics
PHL 311U: Morality of Punishment
PHL 313U: Life and Death Issues
PHL 314U: Computer Ethics
PHL 316U: Social and Political Philosophy
PHL 317U: Philosophy of Art
PHL 318U: Philosophy of Medicine
PHL 320U: Critical Thinking
PHL 321U: Practical Epistemology
PHL 322U: Minds and Machines
PHL 324U: Introduction to Formal Logic
PHL 325U: Introduction to Formal Logic II
PHL 330U: Language, Representation and Reality
PHL 331U: Philosophy of Education
PHL 333U: Philosophy of Law
PHL 344U: Military Ethics
PHL 350U: International Ethics
PHL 351U: Philosophy of International Human Rights
PHL 352U: Philosophy of International Law
PHL 355U: Morality and Health Care
PHL 360U: American Philosophy
PHL 365U: Atheism
PHL 367U: Philosophy of Sports
PHL 369U: Philosophy of Sex and Love
PHL 370U: Philosophy of Work and Leisure
PHL 371U: Philosophy and the City
PHL 375U: Food Ethics