The joint major in philosophy and religion gives students a special opportunity to explore in depth the philosophical aspects of religion and the religious aspects of philosophy. Students in this major acquire a grounding in philosophy that enables them to conduct philosophical analyses of religious claims, and a grounding in religious studies that makes them sensitive to the religious dimensions of philosophical systems and activities. This is an excellent major for students who have a strong personal interest in the preceding topics, or who would like to prepare themselves for graduate study or professional responsibility in the field of religion.
|or PHIL 20300|| Introduction to Logic|
|PHIL/RLST 31100||Philosophy of Religion (can count as part of the required upper-level philosophy or religious studies credits, but not both)||3|
|PHIL 41000||Philosophy Capstone Seminar||3|
|or RLST 41000|| Religious Studies Capstone|