The philosophy minor in ethics and applied ethics require students to complete a minimum of 18 credits according to the distribution given below. This program is for students who are interested in exploring a variety of important theoretical and applied ethical issues and problems in social, political, legal, professional, and economic realms.
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Introduction to Philosophy|
|Philosophy and Gender|
|Philosophy Through Film|
|Contemporary Moral Issues|
|Select three of the following courses: *||9|
|Modern Society-Human Happiness|
|Philosophy of Law|
|Moral Argumentation and Debate|
|Independent Study (with a focus on ethics)|
|Select one of the following 3000 level philosophy courses: **||3|
|St Thomas Aquinas|
|Ethics Religion Postmodernity|
|SpTp - Explaining the Mind (with a focus on ethics)|
Note: Students may substitute a 2000 level course with a non PHIL, ethics related course, such as one of the following courses or any other relevant course with the approval of chairperson.
With an emphasis on its ethics component, including but not limited to those listed.
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