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The Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy is a liberal arts degree available through the College of Arts and Sciences at Fort Hays State University. The Philosophy major is a 30 hour degree program that provides key learning outcomes which can be integrated into other academic programs such as critical thinking, evaluating values, and interdisciplinary investigation. Students in the philosophy program are trained by core faculty to fearlessly pursue questions wherever they may lead.
PHIL100: General LogicPHIL120: Introduction to PhilosophyPHIL201: Political PhilosophyPHIL200: Philosophy of KnowledgePHIL220: Classical Greek PhilosophyPHIL320: Foundations of Modern PhilosophyPHIL340: EthicsIDS400: BioethicsIDS401: Ethics in the Professions and BusinessPHIL499: Senior Thesis Course DescriptionsCourse Distribution (Word document)In the process of completing the 30 required credits, Virtual College Philosophy majors will earn two certificates: the Certificate in General Philosophy and the Certificate in Moral and Political Philosophy. Visit FHSU's Virtual College to get started on obtaining your online Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy or to learn more about online learning.
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