The minor in philosophy offers students a way to concentrate their efforts in an area of study that is important to them but subordinate to their primary educational focus. Students who declare a minor in philosophy will be assigned an adviser from the department to help them select courses that meet their needs and interests.
|PHIL 20300||Introduction to Logic 1||3|
|or PHIL 32100||Intermediate Logic|
|PHIL 41000||Philosophy Capstone Seminar||3|
|PHIL xxxxx||An additional 12 credits in philosophy with at least 6 credits taken at level 3 or 4||12|
Because of the importance of logical analysis in philosophy, minors should try to complete the logic requirement by the end of the sophomore year.