The Philosophy minor allows students to specialize in such areas as ethics, legal and political philosophy, philosophy and religion, non-Western philosophies and religious ideas, philosophy of art, logic, philosophy of science, and the history of philosophy.
History of Philosophy—Select one course from:PHL 301. *History of Western Philosophy (4)
PHL 302. *History of Western Philosophy (4)
or PHL 303. *History of Western Philosophy (4)
Logic—Select one course from:PHL 101. Critical Thinking (4)
PHL 121. *Reasoning and Writing (3)
PHL 321. Deductive Logic (4)
PHL 325. *Scientific Reasoning (4)
or PHL 421. Mathematical Logic (3)
Concentration:Students must arrange a minor area of concentration with approval of a faculty advisor.
Electives:As many as needed to complete the total credit requirement.
Total must include 12 credits of upper-division with at least 3 credits at the 400 level.
A grade of C– or better is required in all courses used to complete minor requirements. Only one elective may be taken with S/U grading.