Philosophy (DEACTIVATED PROGRAM - NO LONGER ACCEPTING NEW STUDENTS)
Department:Humanities & Social Sciences
School(s): Arts & HumanitiesMCC Program Code: PH01
CIP Code: 24.0103
NYSED Code (BRI): 34488
NYSED Code (DCC): 34489
***This program is no longer offered at MCC.***
Please visit the Academic Programs page for a list of current programs.
The Philosophy degree program provides students with an introduction to philosophy as preparation for a variety of professions such as college level teaching, law, writing, and human resources management. The curriculum balances background in the humanities with introductory courses in philosophy. The Philosophy degree incorporates the cross-cultural study of religion with central philosophical questions of religious meaning, the existence of God, and ethics. The Philosophy capstone course, Democracy and Human Rights in Domestic and International Contexts, introduces students to problems of tolerance in a global society.
Program Learning Outcomes
1. Identify important terms associated with the study of Western Humanities.
2. Describe central concepts associated with the Western Philosophical tradition.
3. Classify central philosophical positions associated with Western Philosophical tradition.
4. Explain relationships between central literary, artistic, philosophical, and architectural works of Western culture.
5. Generate arguments and explanations in philosophy or cultural theory in the study of Western Humanities.
6. Classify concepts of citizenship in the Western Humanities and in a global society.
7. Explain the significance of central philosophical and political ideas of Western Humanities in a global society.
Requirements for Program Entrance
Algebra or placement into Level 4 Math at MCC. Placement into ENG 101 or ENG 200.
|ENG 101 College Composition OR |
ENG 200 Advanced Composition
|MTH 150 Survey of Mathematics OR higher#|
|HMN 101 Humanities: Experiencing Culture|
|PHL 101 Introduction to Philosophy|
|SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION - FOREIGN LANGUAGES (SUNY-FL) ELECTIVE* OR |
SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION - SOCIAL SCIENCES (SUNY-SS) ELECTIVE
First Semester Total:
| HMN 220 Western Humanities I OR|
HMN 221 Western Humanities II
|SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION - FOREIGN LANGUAGES (SUNY-FL) ELECTIVE*|
|SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION - NATURAL SCIENCES (SUNY-NS) ELECTIVE|
|MCC GENERAL EDUCATION - TECHNOLOGICAL LITERACY (MCC-TL) ELECTIVE|
|MCC GENERAL EDUCATION - HEALTH AND WELLNESS (MCC-HW) ELECTIVE|
Second Semester Total:
|ANT 102 Cultural Anthropology|
| PHL 103 Introduction to Ethics OR|
PHL 105 Technology and Values
|MCC GENERAL EDUCATION QUANTITATIVE LITERACY (MCC-QL) ELECTIVE OR|
MCC GENERAL EDUCATION SCIENTIFIC REASONING (MCC-SCI) ELECTIVE
|MCC GENERAL EDUCATION SOCIAL SCIENCE AND DIVERSITY (MCC-SSD) ELECTIVE|
Third Semester Total:
|PHL 102 Introduction to Logic|
|PHL 210 Human Rights & Democracy in Domestic and International Contexts|
| HIS 153 Traditional East Asian History OR|
HIS 154 Modern East Asian History OR
ENG 230 Mythology
|SUNY GENERAL EDUCATION AMERICAN HISTORY (SUNY-AH) ELECTIVE|
Fourth Semester Total:
* For students choosing the SUNY-FL option, it is recommended that the student complete two courses in a sequence in the same foreign language.
**Choose any 200-level English literature course.
#Choose MTH 150 or any SUNY-M course with a higher number.
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