Many students have found a minor in philosophy to be a valuable supplement to other majors in the natural and social sciences and other humanities departments. Students are strongly encouraged to take Philosophy 100: Ethics, Justice, and Society as a first course in philosophy.
You will need to complete six courses.
One of the following 200-level courses
- PHIL 250: Ancient Philosophy: Plato and Aristotle
- PHIL 251: Rationalism and Empiricism
One of the following 300-level courses
- PHIL 301: Ontological Commitments
- PHIL 302: Epistemology: Rationality and Objectivity
- PHIL 303: Understanding Language
- PHIL 304: Philosophy of Mind and Cognitive Science
- PHIL 310: Seminar in Philosophy
- PHIL 311: Ethical Theory
- PHIL 312: Political Philosophy
Philosophy Elective Courses
- Four electives
Majors and minors are not permitted to take any courses within the department for S/NC credit.