Bachelor of Arts Philosophy Programme
Minor in Philosophy
Master of Arts in Philosophy Programme
 
To graduate with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in Philosophy, you must have completed 36 credits; 12 credits for each of the three levels. The list of courses which can be taken to completethese requirements is provided below. The courses in bold typeface are compulsory for majors.
 






LEVEL
I

Course Code
Course Title
Semester
PH10A Introduction to Logic
II
PH10B Ethics and Applied Ethics
I and II
PH10C Introduction to Philosophy
I and II
PH10F The Meaning of Life and Existence
I
GT11B*** Introduction to Political Philosophy  
T14D History of Western Philosophy I  
T14E History of Western Philosophy II  
LEVEL
II

PH20A Paradox and Analysis (Not offered in 2005/2006)
I
PH20B Theory of Knowledge
II
PH20C Philosophy of Mind  
PH20D Philosophy of Science  
PH20E Philosophy of Language
I
PH20F Metaphysics
II
PH26A African Philosophy I
PH26B African Philosophy II
PH27A Philosophy in Literature
I
PH27B Introduction to Philosophy of Art
JII
PH29B Modern Philosophy
II
ED20L** Philosophy, Human Nature and Educational Theory
I
ED20Q Understanding and the Curriculum
GT21B Theories of the State
GT27B Issues in Marxism
T24A Philosophy of Religion
T24D Philosophy of Religion
Level III PH30F American Philosophy
II
PH30L Philosophy of Law
I
PH30R Philosophy of Religion
II
PH36A Recent Philosophy I
I
PH36B Recent Philosophy II
II
ED30K Moral and Political Issues in Educational Policy
PH300 Research Paper
Year long
 
*** T14D, T14E or GT11B must be taken to satisfy the Level I requirements. T14D and T14E are Theology courses and GT11B is a Government course.
** ED20L, ED30K and ED20Q are courses in the School of Education
 

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