Political Philosophy Concentration

Offered in: Chicago

The concentration in Political Philosophy is a 12-credit-hour program designed for students wishing to deepen their understanding of philosophy and political science.  It directly assists students interested in attending law school or graduate school in philosophy or political science or entering work in any area of political or community life.  It also serves as an integrated approach to satisfying general education requirements in the humanities and social sciences.

Core
PHIL 130JUSTICE, LIBERTY, EQUALITY3
or POS 104 INTRODUCTION TO POLITCAL THEORY
Electives
Select 9 semester hours with at least 3 semester hours at the 300 level.9
PHILOSOPHY IN LITERATURE
LOGIC
ON HAPPINESS
POLITICS & LITERATURE
PHILOSOPHY OF TECHNOLOGY
PHILOSOPHY IN FILM
CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL THOUGHT
UNITED STATES CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
PHILOSOPHY OF LAW
Students must take at least 6 credit hours in each of the two disciplines: philosophy and political science.
Students must take at least 3 credit hours at the 300 level.
Students may work with a philosophy or political science advisor to substitute courses for those listed in the electives.
Students must receive a grade of C (2.0) or higher in each course taken for the concentration.
Students must take at least 9 credit hours at Roosevelt University.