Dec 16, 2019  
2019-20 University Catalog 
    
2019-20 University Catalog

Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, BA


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Major Requirements


Recommended Sequence of Courses: http://www.transy.edu/academics/programs/sequences/philosophy-politics-and-economics

12 course units, including:

Primary Required Courses


(at least 5, at most 7 from this category; PPE 1024  plus at least 1 from each philosophy, political Science and both ECON 2024  and ECON 2034 )

Elective Courses


(At least 3 and at most 5 electives courses with no more than 2 from a single disciplinary program, not counting the Primary Required Courses; at least one elective drawn from these options must be taken from each PHIL, PS and ECON)

Note(s)


Requirement for Balance: At least 2 courses must be taken from among either the Primary Required and/or Elective course list in each philosophy, political science, and economics, except where a course from the approved list of "Other PPE Courses" is taken as a substitute elective or an exception is granted by the philosophy, politics, and economics program director.

Requirement for advanced courses: At least 3 courses from the Primary Required Course list or among Elective courses must be passed at or above the 3000 level.

Philosophy, politics, and economics majors may not minor in either philosophy, political science or economics.

Other PPE courses may substitute for courses listed as Elective Courses at the discretion of the PPE program chair and only if approved by the PPE program chair, consistent with the set of courses approved by the program faculty for this purpose. These courses may be taken as part of the PPE major program only if the prerequisites for the course designated by the course's originating program are completed in advance. Consult the university website and advising materials for other courses already approved as possible PPE electives.

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