Philosophy Course Listings

Minor in philosophy

18 credit hours

    • Introductory philosophy class (choose one)3
      • Phil 200, Introduction to Philosophy
      • Phil 202, Philosophy, Wonder & Existence
    • Ethics class (choose one)3
      • Phil 203, Living Ethically
      • Phil 302, Ethics and Morality
    • Phil 307, Asian Thought3
    • Three courses selected from the following: 9
      • Engl 300, Critical Theory & Practice
      • PJCS 332, Religion, Conflict & Peace or PJCS 350, Dynamics/Theology of Reconciliation
      • Phil 400, Individual Readings
      • Rel 315, Religion in Culture & Society
      • Rel 320, Christian Theologies
      • Rel 402, Christianity & Modern Thought
      • Thea 245, Aesthetics

Student learning outcomes

Graduates with a minor in philosophy will:

    1. Develop a knowledge base of philosophy, including classical and contemporary perspectives on major philosophical problems and methods of dealing with them.
    2. Develop analytical skills and recognize connections between philosophical themes.
    3. Construct and articulate coherent philosophical arguments, identifying and avoiding logical fallacies.
    4. Interact with intellectual philosophical texts in a way that is personal, reflective and integrative.