An area of concentration in Philosophy provides you will the transferable skills that you can use in many fields. The focus is on rational and critical thinking, problem solving, ethics, logic, and the history of philosophical thoughts, ideas, and cultures.
|Concentration Requirements (Blocks 1 & 2)*||30 hours|
|Courses from the Department of Philosophy (PHIL)||30 hours|
|Block 3||15 hours|
|Comprised of a complementary or separate area of study than the Concentration (Blocks 1 & 2)|
|Elective hours as needed to reach 120 total credit hours|
|University General Education||40 hours|
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|TOTAL DEGREE||120 hours|
* Must include at least 12 hours of upper level credit completed at UNO
Additional Information:• Very few Philosophy courses are offered in the evening.
• PHIL 4000 Advanced Philosophy Writing Seminar is required third writing course for this concentration.
|Students with an area of concentration in Philosophy may find careers in:|
|• Community Services|
|• Human Services|
|• Government and Nonprofit Organizations|