Faculty of Humanities : Department of Philosophy
Although PHIL 100 is not required for a Major or Honours degree in Philosophy, students planning to take a Philosophy degree are advised to take this course in their first year. They are strongly advised to satisfy the logic requirement (at least two of PHIL 201, 203, 370) by the end of their second year of study. Students are advised that some 200-level courses (PHIL 201, 203, 211, 220, 236, 240, 260) are prerequisites for advanced courses. Courses numbered 300 and above normally require 4.5 units of Philosophy courses. Students are advised to take, in their second year of study, the 200-level courses which are the prerequisites for the advanced courses they plan to take. Students intending to take a Major or Honours degree are strongly advised to discuss their plans with the department’s undergraduate adviser.
At least two of PHIL 201, 203, 370
(if selected, 370 cannot count
towards upper-level requirements)
One of PHIL 301, 303, 306, 308,
309 not selected above
At least two of PHIL 201, 203, 370
(if selected, 370 cannot count
towards upper-level requirements)
One of PHIL 301, 303, 306, 308,
309 not selected above