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Course Overview

A course of intensified research and the writing of a thesis, approximately 50 pages in length, on a topic determined in consultation with the instructor. The thesis shall be reviewed by, and defended before, a committee of at least three members of the faculty, including the instructor.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Bachelors, Undergraduate
Prerequisites: Philosophy majors only; 15 credit hours in philosophy, senior standing, PHI 499, and permission of the department chair

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Admissions Requirements

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