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Academic Advising Philosophy

Philosophy

Chair: Dr. Jesús Ilundáin, jilunda, x2362, TJ Day 309
Transfer Advisor: Dr. Kaarina Beam, kbeam, x2216, TJ Day 310 -- On sabbatical SP15/FA16, Contact Jesús Ilundáin
First-Year student contacts: Dr. Jesús Ilundáin, jilunda, x2362, TJ Day 309


GUIDELINES FOR FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS

FALL SEMESTER:
Any of the following:

  • PHIL 150 Fundamentals of Philosophy

  • PHIL 160 Philosophy East andWest

  • PHIL 180 Moral Problems

  • PHIL 170 Critical Thinking

  • PHIL 190 Logic

  • PHIL 220 Dinosaur Philosophy

  • PHIL 230 AncientPhilosophy

  • PHIL 250 ModernPhilosophy

SPRING SEMESTER:
Any of the courses not taken in the fall semester.

OTHER MAJOR/MINOR SPECIFIC ADVISING INFORMATION

CORE: 40 credits in the department, including 490 and either 190 or 170, and at least two courses in the history of philosophy series (230, 350, 370, 430, 460) and two in topics (210, 215, 245, 270, 280, 285, 306, 320, 360, 365, 375, 380, 470). Of the 40 credits required, no more than 24 can be from 100 and 200 level courses.

MINOR20 credits in the department, including at least one course in the history of philosophy series (230, 350, 370, 430, 460) and one in topics (210, 215, 245, 270, 280, 285, 306, 320, 340, 360, 365, 375, 380, 470). Of the 20 credits required, no more than 12 can be from 100 and 200 level courses. Either 170 or 190 is strongly recommended.

ELECTIVES

The Philosophy Department contributes to the Linfield Curriculum largely through the Ultimate Questions (UQ) Area of Inquiry.  Logic (PHIL 190) satisfies the Quantitative Reasoning (QR) Area of Inquiry.  Several other classes, as designated, likewise satisfy other Areas of Inquiry, especially the Global Pluralisms (GP) and U.S. Pluralisms (US) requirements.

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