Virginia Commonwealth University Graduation Worksheet B - DOC by 45GhV20m


									                                                  Student ID #_______________________                                                                                          Date___________________________

                                                  B.A. IN PHILOSOPHY                                                                                                                                       2008-09

                                                                                         College of Humanities and Sciences General Education Requirements
                                                 Foundational Courses
                                                 1. Writing : Complete each course.                                        Credits   Grade

                                                                                                                                              6. Literature and Civilization: Choose one course.       Credits   Grade
                                                 UNIV 111 Focused Inquiry I                                                   3               ENGL 215 Readings in Literature
                                                                                                                                              HIST 201 The Art of Historical Detection
                                                 UNIV 112 Focused Inquiry II                                                  3               HUMS 250 Reading Film
                                                 (C grade or better required)                                                                 PHIL 201 Critical Thinking About Moral Problems
                                                                                                                                              WRLD 203 Cultural Texts and Contexts
                                                 ENGL 200 or academic research writing course                                 3               WRLD 230 Introduction to World Cinema
                                                 (C grade or better required; must complete 24 credits before enrolling)                      Course Taken                                                3

                                                 2. Mathematics & Statistics: Choose one course.
                                                                                                                                              7. General Education Electives: Choose any 2 additional courses
                                                 MATH 131 Introduction to Contemporary Math or                                                from boxes 3, 4, 5, or 6 (must be from two different boxes).
                                                 STAT 208 Statistical Thinking                                                                Course Taken
                                                 Course Taken

                                                                                                                                              Course Taken
                                                 Supporting Courses
                                                 3. Human, Social, and Political Behavior: Choose one course.
                                                 ANTH/INTL 103 Introduction to Anthropology                                                  Experiential Courses
                                                 HUMS 300 Great Questions of the Social Sciences
                                                                                                                                              8. General Education Modules: Complete each.
                                                 POLI 103 U.S. Government
                                                 PSYC 101 Introduction to Psychology                                                          Experiencing the Fine Arts: successfully complete one
                                                 SOCY 101 General Sociology                                                                   course from the School of the Arts (1-3 credits)
                                                 Course Taken                                                                  3              HUMS 202 Choices in a Consumer Society                      1

                                                                                                                                              Computer Literacy Requirement
                                                 4. Science and Technology: Choose one course.
                                                 BIOL 101 Biological Concepts (4 credits)                                                     9. Foreign Language: Must demonstrate competency through the 102 level
                                                 BIOL/ENVS 103 Environmental Science (4 credits)                                              by previous high school background or placement test.
                                                 CHEM 110 Chemistry and Society
                                                 FRSC 202 Crime and Science                                                                   101 level
                                                 INSC 201 Energy! (prerequisite: MATH 131, STAT 208 or higher level MATH or STAT)
                                                 PHYS 103 Elementary Astronomy
                                                 Course Taken                                                                                 102 level

                                                                                                                                              10. Senior Capstone: take within last 30 credit hours.
                                                 5. Diverse and Global Communities: Choose one course.
                                                                                                                                              PHIL 490 Seminar in Philosophy
                                                 INTL 101 Human Societies and Globalization
                                                 MASC/INTL 151 Global Communication
                                                 POLI/INTL 105 International Relations
                                                 RELS 108 Human Spirituality
                                                                                                                                              Has VCCS Associate Degree _____________________________
                                                 WMNS 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies
                                                 Course Taken                                                                 3
                                                      PHILOSOPHY Major Requirements
Students majoring in philosophy must select between the Ethics and Public Policy Concentration or the Regular Concentration. The Regular
Concentration Bachelor of Arts major in philosophy requires 30 credits (15 credits must be upper-level) in philosophy courses. The Ethics and Public
Policy Concentration Bachelor of Arts major in Philosophy requires 30 credits (15 must be upper level) in Philosophy and other courses.

Philosophy core: required for all         Credits   Grade       Q-pts                Additional PHIL courses        Credits     Grade      Q-pts
PHIL 211, 212, 213, OR 214
(Introductory Ethics)
PHIL 301, 302, OR 303

PHIL 320, 327, OR 335

PHIL Elective

PHIL 490 Seminar in Philosophy (within
last 30 credit hours)

Additional Requirements for               Credits   Grade       Q-pts
Regular Concentration:
PHIL 103 Ancient Greek and Medieval
Western Philosophy
PHIL 104 Modern Western Philosophy

PHIL 222 Logic

PHIL 301, 302, 303, 320, 327, 335, OR
391 (Not taken above)                                                              Additional degree requirements
PHIL elective (,must be upper-level if                                             Cumulative 2.00 GPA
elective in core is not upper-level)                                               2.00 GPA in the major
                                                                                   45 credits in upper level courses or the equivalent
                                                                                   120 total earned hours
                                                                                    At least 30 of the last 45 credits taken at VCU
Additional Requirements for              Credits    Grade      Q-pts
Concentration in Ethics and
Public Policy:
PHIL 101, 103, OR 104

PHIL 221 Critical Thinking OR PHIL
222 Logic
PHIL 320, 327, OR 335
(Not taken above)
Choose two courses from the following: MRBL 350, CRJS 324, CRJS 355, ECON
301, ECON 302, HIST 338, HIST 369/370, HIST 333/ECON 419, POLI 310, POLI
314, POLI 315, SOCY 302, OR SOCY 430

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