Satisfactory completion of an introductory level course is a prerequisite for taking any further course in philosophy. Juniors and seniors may enter intermediate level courses in Philosophy without having taken an introductory level course in Philosophy.
Students may not take more than one introductory level course (FYS or Introduction to Philosophy). If there is an exception and a student does take two introductory level courses, only one credit will count towards the major/minor requirements, but both credits will count towards graduation. Students may take Logic either before or after taking any other introductory course.
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