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Philosophy Course Code

Philosophy Course Code

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Philosophy Course Code

Do you want to study Philosophy? or if you have gotten admission in the Department of Philosophy, here are what you need to know.

SSCE requirement:

 

 

Five (5) important credit subject include:

(1) English

(2) Maths

(3) Agriculture (Biology)

(4) Chemistry

5) Physic

Philosophy is one of the course concern about the study or understanding the general and fundamental questions about existence, knowledge, values, reason, mind, and language. Such questions are often posed as problems to be studied or resolved

Duration of study:  4 years

Note that, all fresh graduate from senior secondary school, by any means of processing admission either through JAMB, etc. to study Philosophy at any Polytechnic, College of Education and University of your choice, the prerequisite that determines your eligibility for admission is a subject combination of Philosophy Course.

JAMB – Subject Combination

Philosophy. – English, Govt, CRK, Literature

The above subjects are the key requirement to be registered during the jamb admission registration form.

Meanwhile, If you are a newly admitted students, the area of concentration is what we are looking at in this article.

The list of courses you need to study as a first-year or fresh students in any tertiary institution include:

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COURSE CODES, TITLES AND UNITS PER SEMESTER

Year 1:

S/No Course Code Course Title Credit
1st Semester
1. PHL 101 Introduction to Philosophy 3
2. PHL 103 Elementary Ethics 1 3
3. PHL 105 Introduction to Logic 1 3
4. PHL 141 History of Philosophy 3
General Studies Courses
1. GSS 101 Use of English 1
2. GSS 103 Logic and Philosophy 2
3. GSS 107 Nigerian Peoples and Culture 2
4. GSS 108 Basic Igbo Studies 1
Elective Courses:  (Choose two from the underlisted                 courses as directed by the Department)
1. SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 1 2
2. PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology 1 2
3. LAW121 Legal Methods 2
Total                                                         22
2nd Semester
1. PHL 102 Introduction to African Philosophy 3
2. PHL 104 Introduction to Philosophical Anthropology 3
3. PHL 106 Elementary Ethics II 3
4. PHL 108 Introduction to Logic II 3
General Studies Courses:
1. GSS 102 Use of English II 1
2. GSS 104 History and Philosophy of Science 2
3. GSS 109 Basic Igbo Studies 1
Elective Course: (Choose two from the Underlisted)
1. LAW 122 Legal Methods II 2
2. SOC 102 Introduction to Sociology II 2
3. PSY 102 Introduction to Psychology II 2
    Total                                    20

 

NB:  GSS Courses for Direct Entry Students are GSS 101 and GSS107

Year 2:

 

S/No Course Code Course Title
1st Semester
1. PHL 201 Introduction to Metaphysics 3
2. PHL 203 Introduction to Epistemology 3
3. PHL 251 African Philosophy 3
4. PHL 261 Social and Political Philosophy 3
General University Courses
1. CSC 101 Computer Programming I 2
Elective Courses:  (Choose two from the underlisted)
1. LAW 243 Nigerian Legal Systems 2
2. MAC 211 Creative Writing and Reviewing 2
3. REL 201 History of Religion 2
Philosophy Electives: (Choose one from the underlisted)
1. PHL 211 Philosophy of Time 2
2. PHL 221 Environmental Philosophy 2
3. PHL 241 Comparative Philosophy 2
Total                                                         20
2nd Semester
1. PHL 214 Philosophy of Religion I 3
2. PHL 232 Symbolic Logic 3
3. PHL 234 Philosophy of Language 3
4. PHL 236 Research Methods in Philosophy 3
5. PHL 242 Western Mediaeval Philosophy 3
General University Courses
1. CSC 102 Computer Programming II 2
Elective Courses: (Choose two from the underlisted)
1. LAW 244 Nigeria Legal System II 2
2. MAC 351 Public Relations and the Media 2
3. REL 203 Philosophy of the Existence of God 2
    Total                                    21

 

Year 3

S/No Course Code Course Title Credit
1st Semester
1. PHL 311 Philosophy of Religion II 3
2. PHL 321 Professional Ethics 3
3. PHL 331 Theories of Knowledge 3
4. PHL 333 Philosophy of Education 3
5. PHL 335 Analytic Philosophy I 3
Philosophy Electives: (Choose two from the Underlisted)
1. PHL 313 Philosophy of Labour 2
2. PHL 323 Philosophy of Arts and Literature 2
3. PHL 325 Philosophy of Sports 2
4. PHL 341 Philosophy of History 2
5. PHL 361 Philosophy of the Social Sciences 2
Total                                                         19
2nd Semester
1. PHL 312 Existentialism, Hermeneutics and Phenomenology 3
2. PHL 314 Metaphysics II 3
3. PHL 322 Contemporary Issues in Ethics 3
4. PHL 342 Early Modern Philosophy 3
5. PHL 344 Oriental Philosophy 3
Philosophy Electives: (Choose two from the Underlisted)
1. PHL 316 Philosophy of Gender 2
2. PHL 332 Philosophy of Mathematics 2
3. PHL 362 Philosophy of Development 2
4. PHL 364 Philosophy of Money 2
5. PHL 366 Philosophy of Nationalism 2
    Total                                    19

 

Year 4

S/No Course Code Course Title Credit
1st Semester
1. PHL 411 Philosophy of Mind 3
2. PHL 413 Metaphysical Anthropology 3
3. PHL 421 Classics in Ethics 3
4. PHL 431 Further Logic 3
5. PHIL 433 Philosophy of science 3
Total                                                         15
2nd Semester
1. PHL 432 Analytic Philosophy II 3
2. PHL 442 Late Modern Philosophy 3
3. PHL 462 Philosophy of Law 3
4. PHL 472 Seminar 3
5. PHL 482 Project 6
Total                                                      18

Candidates are hereby informed that the registration of course form always lasts for two (2) weeks after the resumption. The hard copy print out should be submitted to the Faculty officer for verification and authorisation.

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