Student Learning Outcomes
Students graduating from this program will:
- Have an understanding of the central figures and themes in the history of philosophy.
- Possess the critical reasoning skills necessary to effectively analyze and critique abstract concepts and arguments.
- Be able to develop and defend philosophical arguments, both orally and in writing.
- Be able to apply critical reasoning skills in a wide range of career settings.
Philosophy minors are required to complete a total of 18 credit hours, including:
|PHILOS 210||Introduction to Philosophy||3|
|or PHILOS 222||Foundations Of Logic and Scientific Reasoning|
|PHILOS 310WI||Ancient Philosophy||3|
|PHILOS 320WI||History of Modern Philosophy||3|
|Any 300- or 400-level philosophy courses||9|
|Elective coursework offered on a regular basis includes the following (consult advisor for additional options):|
|Philosophy Of Law|
|Environmental Ethics And Policy|
|Recent Ethical Theories|
Students must achieve a grade of C or better in a course for it to count toward the minor. Students can work with the departmental advisor to tailor focused minors that coordinate with their major.