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The Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy requires 39 units in general philosophy or 39 units in the concentration. The general philosophy program requires the following:
Choose nine units of philosophy courses, no more than six units of lower-division, which have not been used to fulfill other requirements.
Students are advised to supplement their studies in philosophy with coursework offered in fields closely related to their philosophical interests.
Students who are planning to attend graduate school in philosophy are urged to acquire proficiency in a foreign language and include in their programs as many of the following as possible:
Students interested in pursuing admission to law school are advised to include in their programs as many of the following as possible: