The major in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics integrates conversations from various intellectual disciplines into a single major. The program is composed of courses in economics, political philosophy, and theology and culture to uncover the major ideas that shape our world. Students who complete this program are ideally suited to enter the sphere of public service or for further graduate work.
Below is a sample of the required courses. To see a complete list, view the academic catalog.
- ECO 2500 – Introduction to Economics
- ECO 2650 – Principles of Finance
- POL 3500 – American Government
- HIS 3650 – American Constitutional Development
- HUM 3510 – Seminar in Theology & Culture
- HUM 3520 – Seminar in Philosophy and Science
- HUM 3530 – Seminar in History and Politics
- HUM 4599 – Senior Colloquium: History of Ideas