Course Requirements (7 courses)
Basic Prerequisite (1):
History Sequence (3):
Value Studies/Cognitive Skills (1):
Philosophy Electives (2):
- Two PHL 300 Level Courses
With permission a student may take PHL 391 SENIOR CAPSTONE SEMINAR for Philosophy Majors as part of his or her minor.
Transfer credit may be recognized. (*Please note that PHL 100 is the prerequisite for all 300-level philosophy courses; it is also the prerequisite for all 200 level cognitive skills courses as well as the 200 level history sequence.)
PHILOSOPHY AND ITS ISSUES
An introduction to basic philosophical concepts, methods, and problems.
A study of selected thinkers and issues from ancient Greece.
A study of selected thinkers and issues from the Medieval period.
EARLY MODERN PHILOSOPHY
A study of some of the main philosophers and philosophical movements from the 17th and 18th centuries.
KANT & 19TH CENTURY PHILOSOPHY [FORMERLY PHL 313]
A study of Kant and some of the most influential thinkers of the 19th century.
20TH CENTURY PHILOSOPHY
A study of selected thinkers and issues from the 20th century.
SENIOR CAPSTONE SEMINAR
A capstone seminar on selected topics in philosophy, that integrates the goals of the liberal studies program.