The student needs to take 7 classes, two each in Philosophy, Politics and Economics and one in Psychology. These requirements should be completed by the end of the sophomore year.
1. PHIL/PPE 8 (The Social Contract).
2. Philosophy Foundation Elective (any one from the following list):
Phil 2 (Ethics)
Phil 72 (Biomedical Ethics), PPE 272 (Ethics and the Professions)
Phil 77 (Philosophy of Law), LGST 226 (Markets,Morality and Capitalism), Phil 277 (Justice,Law and Morality), PPE 271 (Global Justice)
Political Science Foundation
1. PSCI Theory Elective (any one from the following list):
PSCI 180: Ancient Political Thought; PSCI 181: Modern Political Thought; PSCI 182: Contemporary Political Theory; and PSCI 183: American Political Thought, PSCI 281: Intro to Democratic Theory.
2. PSCI Foundation elective (any one from the following list):
PSCI 110 (Intro to Comparative Politics), PSCI 116 (Political Change in the Third World), PSCI 130 (Intro to American Politics), PSCI 150 (Intro to International Relations), PSCI 152 (International Political Economy), PSCI 271 (American Constitutional Law), PSCI 272 (American Constitutional Law II, formerly PSCI 234), PSCI 280 (Feminist Political Thought).
1. ECON 1 (Introductory Microeconomics)
2. ECON 2 (Introductory Macroeconomics)
If the student has AP waivers for Econ 1 and 2, any two other Econ classes may be used to fulfill the requirements of the Economics Foundation. If the student is in Wharton, and plans to take Econ 10, then this class may be used in lieu of Econ 1 and any second class in the Econ department may be used for Econ 2.
Any one from the following list:
PPE 153/Psych 253 (Judgments and Decisions) OR Psych 170 (Social Psychology) OR Psych 272 (Evolutionary Psychology).
Other classes can be substituted for this requirement. Examples of such substitutions are introductory classes in moral psychology and evolutionary psychology. If there are such classes relevant for the current or next semester, we will list them here.