Academic Calendar Fall 2019

Applied Ethical and Political Philosophy

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Applied Ethical and Political Philosophy minor

This section specifies the minor discipline requirements only. Information on additional Bachelor of Arts requirements begins in this section and includes the requirements for declaring a minor. Please check the Bachelor of Arts residency section of the calendar for how many upper-level credits must be completed at UFV in order to graduate with this program.

Lower-level requirements: 15 credits

Course Title Credits
One of: 3
PHIL 110 Morality and Politics  
PHIL 210 Contemporary Issues in Morality and Politics  
PHIL 230 Philosophy of Law  
POSC 120 Ideology and Politics  
POSC 270 Introduction to Political Theory (discontinued)  
One of: 3
POSC 110 Introduction to Canadian Politics  
POSC 230 Comparative Politics  
POSC 260 International Relations and Global Politics  
One of: 3
PHIL 120 Knowledge and Reality  
PHIL 220 Issues in Metaphysics and Epistemology  
PHIL 250 History of Western Philosophy: Ancient Greek Philosophy  
PHIL 251A Rationalism and Early Modern Philosophy  
PHIL 251B Empiricism and Early Modern Philosophy  
PHIL 252 History of Continental Philosophy  
One of: 3
ANTH 211 Aboriginal Peoples in BC: Contemporary Issues  
BUS 261 Business Law  
CRIM 211 Indigenous Peoples, Crime and Criminal Justice  
ECON 215 Canadian Economic Issues  
MACS 240 Media, Money, and Power  
POSC 110 Introduction to Canadian Politics  
POSC 230 Comparative Politics  
POSC 260 International Relations and Global Politics  
POSC 360 The United Nations and International Organizations  
SOC 270/ ANTH 270/ MACS 270 Dynamics of Racism in Canada  
SOWK 210 Introduction to Social Welfare  
  Or an upper-level course with significant empirical political content (at the discretion of the program head)  
Plus:  
  One additional lower-level PHIL or POSC course 3

Note: A single course cannot be used to satisfy more than one criterion.

Upper-level requirements: 15 credits

Course Title Credits
Two political science courses, including at least one of: 6
POSC 311/PHIL 371 Power, Knowledge, and Order: Early Western Political Thought  
POSC 312/PHIL 372 Order, Liberty, and Equality: Western Political Thought from the 17th Century to 1900  
Two of: 6
PHIL 305 Philosophy of Decision Making and Dispute Resolution  
PHIL 310 Ethics and Public Policy  
PHIL 315 Contemporary Ethical Theory  
Plus: 3
  One additional PHIL or POSC course  

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For complete details on courses see the course descriptions section.

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