Political Philosophy and Law
The Political Philosophy and Law focal study provides an interdisciplinary overview of the interconnection between political science, law and philosophy with courses drawn from the Department of Philosophy, the Department of Politics and Government, Department of History and the Peace and Social Justice Program.
Complete at least three courses and a minimum of 10 credits. No more than two of these courses may have the same disciplinary prefix.
Complete one course from the first cluster and two courses from the second cluster.
|First Cluster (complete 1 course)|
|PHIL 202/PSJ 202||Ethics and Society||4 credits|
|Second Cluster (complete 2 courses)|
|HISt 341||American Revolution and Constitution||4 credits|
|PHIL 315||Philosophy of Law||4 credits|
|POLS 209||Ideas in Action||4 credits|
|POLS 212||Conservatism and Its Critics||4 credits|
|POLS 213||Socialism and Its Critics||4 credits|
|POLS 310||Markets, Politics and Justice||4 credits|
|POLS 325||Constitutional Law||4 credits|
|POLS 326||Civil Liberties||4 credits|
|PSJ 240/PHIL 240||Human Rights||2 credits|