Philosophy, Rhetoric and Literature (Certificate)

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The certificate in philosophy, rhetoric and literature is an interdisciplinary humanities program that integrates continental philosophy and religion, critical theory, rhetoric, literary criticism, aesthetics and communication. 

The certificate in philosophy, rhetoric and literature offered by the School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies is an interdisciplinary humanities program that integrates continental philosophy and religion, critical theory, rhetoric, literary criticism, aesthetics and communication. Through coursework, students examine philosophical approaches to literary studies, conflicts between rhetoric and philosophy, and rhetorical elements of literature and theory. This program will prepare students for advanced study in the humanities, social and behavioral sciences, and the arts as well as lifelong learning in a variety of fields.

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Philosophy, Rhetoric and Literature (Certificate)

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New College of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences

Location
West

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Program Requirements

The certificate in philosophy, rhetoric and literature consists of 18 upper division credit hours. The certificate requires three credit hours in Rhetorical Perspectives, three credit hours in Continental Philosophical Perspectives, six credit hours from Pool A and six credit hours from Pool B. Any other courses used to satisfy the requirements for this certificate must be approved by an academic advisor prior to enrollment. All courses used to satisfy the requirements for the certificate must be passed with a "C" (2.00) or better.
Core I Rhetorical Perspectives -- 3 credit hours
Core II Continental Philosophical Perspectives -- 3 credit hours
Pool A -- 6 credit hours
Pool B -- 6 credit hours
Depending on a student's undergraduate program of study, prerequisite courses may be needed in order to complete the requirements of this certificate.

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