Philosophy Minor

Explore both classical Western thought and contemporary critiques of the classical tradition, with course offerings in topics such as logic, scholasticism, and ethics. Through your coursework, engage in studies of Kant, Descartes, Aquinas, and other great philosophers from both Western and non-Western traditions.

Minor in Philosophy (15 hours)

All of the following:

  • PHIL 110 Introductory to Philosophy 3 hours;
    or PHIL 235 Philosophy of Human Existance 3 hours;
    or PHIL 245 Philosophy of World Cultures 3 hours;
    or PHIL 247 Philosophy of Religion 3 hours;
    or PHIL 252 Philosophy of Art 3 hours;
    or PHIL 253 Philosophy of Politics 3 hours
  • PHIL 220 Introduction to Logic

One of the following:

  • PHIL 230 Socrates to Scholasticism 3 hours
  • PHIL 331 Descartes to Skepticism 3 hours
  • PHIL 332 Kant and His Critics 3 hours

Two of the following:

  • PHIL 233 Philosophy of Gender 3 hours
  • PHIL 235 Philosophy of Human Existance 3 hours
  • PHIL 236 American Philosophy 3 hours
  • PHIL 243 Introduction to Feminist Philosophy 3 hours
  • PHIL 245 Philosophy of World Cultures 3 hours
  • PHIL 247 Philosophy of Religion 3 hours
  • PHIL 250 Philosophy of Disabilities 3 hours
  • PHIL 251 Business Ethics 3 hours
  • PHIL 252 Philosophy of Art 3 hours
  • PHIL 253 Philosophy of Politics 3 hours
  • PHIL 254 Social Justice 3 hours
  • PHIL 255 Medical Ethics 3 hours
  • PHIL 290 Special Topics 3 hours
  • PHIL 333 19th Century Philosophy 3 hours
  • PHIL 334 Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas 3 hours
  • PHIL 341 Mind, Knowledge, and Reality 3 hours
  • PHIL 343 20th Century Philosophy 3 hours
  • PHIL 345 Philosophy of Language 3 hours
  • PHIL 348 Philosophy of Science 3 hours
  • PHIL 354 Ethics 3 hours
  • PHIL 355 Philosophy of Law 3 hours
  • PHIL 390 Special Topics 3 hours
  • PHIL 410 Philosophers of Consequence 3 hours
  • PHIL 495 Senior Seminar: New Methods in Philosophy 3 hours