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PHILOSOPHY DEGREES OFFERED

For minors in Philosophy and related interdisciplinary fields, click on "Minors" in the main navigation bar to the left.

Admission Requirements for Students Already at NC State

Current NC State students who wish to change to a major in Philosophy or to add a second major in Philosophy should submit an online intra-campus transfer application using the Change of Degree Application (CODA) system.  Electronic applications may be submitted during the following review cycles: August 1 - October 1; January 1 - March 1; and June 1 - June 15.  Students who have completed at least 12 credit hours at NC State with an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher will be accepted automatically.  Students who have completed at least 12 credit hours at NC State with an overall GPA between 2.0 and 2.99 are subject to individual review.  It is recommended that these students complete at least one philosophy course with a grade of B- or better before applying. For further information, please contact Student Services Assistant Ken Peters at kepeters@ncsu.edu.

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy (LAL)

Candidates for the Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy must complete 30 hours in philosophy, including the three hours of philosophy required of all CHASS students:

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy with a Concentration in Ethics (LEL)

The concentration requires 30 hours in philosophy, including the three hours of philosophy required of all CHASS students:

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy with a Concentration in Philosophy of Law (LPL)

The concentration requires 30 hours in philosophy, including the three hours of philosophy required of all CHASS students:

Bachelor of Science in Philosophy (LSL)

Candidates for the Bachelor of Science degree in Philosophy must complete 30 hours in philosophy, including the three hours of philosophy required of all CHASS students:

Bachelor of Science in Philosophy with a Concentration in Logic, Representation and Reasoning (LSR)

The concentration requires 30 hours in philosophy, not including the three hours of philosophy required of all CHASS students: