Students interested in Philosophy may choose to pursue a minor either to supplement the work in their majors or to fulfill the requirements for a related area within their majors. The minor in Philosophy requires that students complete a total of 18 credits, three of which may be used to fulfill the Philosophical Tradition (PT) requirement for General Education.
Complete six three-credit philosophy courses. The selection of courses must include one course from each of the three categories shown below. In addition, two of the six courses chosen for the minor must be upper-level courses. Upper-level PHIL courses are those with numbers above 1000 except for PHIL 1380 Business Ethics.
I. History of Philosophy
|PHIL 0200||History of Ancient Philosophy|
|PHIL 0210||History of Modern Philosophy|
|PHIL 0220||Introduction to Existentialism|
|PHIL 1245||American Philosophy|
II. Metaphysics, Epistemology, and Philosophy of Science
|PHIL 0470||Philosophy of Religion|
|PHIL 1340||Feminist Philosophy|
|PHIL 1460||Theory of Knowledge|
|PHIL 1640||Philosophy of Psychology|
III. Value Theory
|PHIL 0300||Introduction to Ethics|
|PHIL 0320||Social Philosophy|
|PHIL 0365||Moral Philosophy and the Law|
|PHIL 1380||Business Ethics|
Each course for the Philosophy minor must be completed with a grade of C- or better.