The study of Philosophy and Religion develops the skills of critical analysis at the most fundamental levels of human understanding. Students trained in philosophy and religion have pursued careers in teaching, ministry, law, medicine, management, publishing, sales, criminal justice and other fields.
Students may concentrate in either subject depending on career goals. Those planning graduate study in philosophy or religious studies would select the appropriate concentration.
PHIL 220 or 225 or
†This requirement may be met by a satisfactory score on a recognized examination or by passing any foreign language course numbered 102 or any course with 102 as a prerequisite. The student must complete a minimum of 12 semester hours of PHIL and/or RELG courses in residence at Winthrop University.
Not more than 36 hours in any one subject designator
may be applied toward the major for a BA degree.
For additional degree requirements, please visit the Degree Requirements page.
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