Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy (Pre-Law Track)

(minimum of 120 credits required)

The B.A. in Philosophy, Pre-Law track is especially designed to provide students who are majoring in philosophy and who plan to attend law school with excellent preparation for the study of law.

In addition to the University and College requirements for admission and graduation, students in the Pre-Law track are required to earn a minimum of 32 credits in philosophy courses as described in the table below.

All courses must be taken for a grade and must be passed with a grade of 'C' or above, in order to count toward the degree.

If any courses are taken for the for the B.A. in philosophy pre-law track that do not conform to the lists below, permission must be obtained from the philosophy undergraduate advisor (Dr. Clevis Headley, headley@fau.edu).

 

Major Philosophy Core            All 9 courses from list below:

Ancient Philosophy

PHH 3100

3

Early Modern Philosophy

PHH 3420

4

Late Modern Philosophy

PHH 4440

4

Logic

PHI 2102

3

Ethical Theory

PHI 4661

3

Social and Political Philosophy

PHM 3200

3

Philosophy of Law

PHM 3400

3

Pragmatism

PHH 3703

3

Senior Seminar in Philosophy

PHI 4938

3

 

One course from list of electives below:

Existentialism

PHP 4786

3

Environmental Ethics

PHI 3640

3

Philosophy of Literature

PHI 3882

3

Philosophy of Technology

PHM 4223

3

Biomedical Ethics

PHI 4633

4

Africana Philosophy

PHP 3781

3

Feminist Philosophy

PHM 3123

3

Special Topics

PHI 4930

1-4

Directed Independent Study

PHI 4905

1-4