Addenda

Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Philosophy: Ethics Track

(Approved 9/21/17)

RequirementsHours
Choose Four 112
Contemporary Moral Issues
Bioethics
Intermediate Bioethics
Social and Political Philosophy
Ethics: Theories of Good and Evil
Philosophy of Law
Philosophy of Law
Topics in Philosophy
Topics in Philosophy
Topics in Philosophy
Neuroethics
Required Capstone Course: Choose One 23
Philosophy Seminar
Philosophy Seminar
Philosophy Seminar
Elective Courses: Choose Five 315
Introduction to Philosophy
Contemporary Moral Issues
Bioethics
Practical Reasoning
Introduction to Ethics
The Rule of Law
Philosophy of Religion
Philosophy and Christianity
Existentialism
History of Moral Philosophy
Intermediate Bioethics
Introduction to Symbolic Logic
Social and Political Philosophy
Classical Political Thought
Modern Political Theory
Classical Thought of India China and the West
History of Philosophy: Socrates Plato and Aristotle
Science, Knowledge, and Reality
Topics in Philosophy
Topics in Philosophy
Topics in Philosophy
Topics in Philosophy
Teaching Practicum
Philosophy of Science
Philosophy of Biology
Philosophy and Feminism
Ethics: Theories of Good and Evil
Philosophy of Law
History of Philosophy: Descartes to Hume
History of Philosophy: Kant and 19th Century
History of Philosophy: Twentieth Century
American Philosophy
Philosophy of Language
Minds and Machines
Philosophy of Mind
Topics in Philosophy
Topics in Philosophy
Topics in Philosophy
Topics in Philosophy
Topics in Philosophy
Topics in Philosophy
Topics in Philosophy
Topics in Philosophy
Topics in Philosophy
Topics in Philosophy
Neuroethics
Epistemology: Theories of Knowledge
Metaphysics
Philosophy of Law
History of Philosophy: Descartes to Hume
Hist of PHL:Kant and 19th Cent
History of Philosophy: Twentieth Century
Philosophical Problems in the Natural and Social Sciences
Philosophy Seminar
Philosophy Seminar
Philosophy Seminar
Philosophy Seminar
Philosophy Seminar
Philosophy Internship
Directed Studies
Total Hours30
1

The department chairperson may, on a case by case basis, allow substitutions to count for required courses when deemed appropriate.

2

The department chairperson may, on a case by case basis, allow substitutions to count for required courses when deemed appropriate.

3

Any 5 philosophy courses may be chosen, so long as the student satisfies the general requirements for the philosophy major. Students must have 9 hours at the 400-level to graduate.

New Teacher Certification State Approved Checklist

(Approved 8/28/17)

Bachelors/Class B

  • Early Childhood Education
  • Elementary and Early Childhood Education
  • Social Science
  • English Language Arts
  • UAB Teach

Please see your advisor for specific changes or questions.

Human Services Concentration

(Error Correction 6/12/17)

Updated Pre-Professional Requirements

RequirementsHours
PSC 101Foundations of American Government3
PY 218Abnormal Psychology3
CHHS 140First Aid3
CHHS 141Personal Health3
SW 200Professional Communication in Social Work3
EPR 214Introduction to Educational Statistics3
Total Hours18

Updated Major Requirements

A grade of "C" or better is required in all majors courses.

RequirementsHours
CHHS 350Introduction to Human Services4
CHHS 300Ethics in Policy and Health Promotion3
CHHS 305Social & Cultural Diversity3
CHHS 415Case Management in Human Services3
CHHS 420Helping Skills in Human Services4
CHHS 425Community Resources/Identification/Mobilization in Human Services3
CHHS 402Mental Health and Stress Management3
CHHS 408Drug Abuse Prevention and Education3
EPR 414Lifespan Human Development3
CHHS 423Human Sexuality3
PY 372Social Psychology3
CHHS 455Fund Raising in Human Services3
CHHS 460Leadership in Non-Profit Administration3
CHHS 499Community Health & Human Services Internship9
Concentration Electives 12
Total Hours62

New courses approved for Core Curriculum

(Approved 5/19/17)

Area I Composition:

EH 108 English Composition I for Second Language Writers and EH 109 English Composition II for Second Language Writers are approved for inclusion in Area I.

Area II Literature:

EH 212 Form of Literature and EH 213 Ideas in Literature are approved for inclusion into Area II.

Area II Humanities:

 AAS 201 Honors Introduction to African American Studies is approved for inclusion into Area II

Area III Natural Sciences:

PHS 102 Physical Science II is approved for inclusion into Area III.

Area IV History, Social, and Behavioral Sciences:

DCS 101 Media and Society is approved for inclusion into Area IV.

Area II Literature or Area IV History Sequence:

EH 212 Form of Literature and EH 213 Ideas in Literature are approved for inclusion into the literature sequence.

Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management

MG 309 Hogwarts School of Leadership and MG 405 Nonprofit Strategy and Entrepreneurship have been added to the list of electives for the Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management.

New Student Orientation

New Student Orientation has a new email. Contact them at goingreen@uab.edu.