Liberal Arts (Code 400-400)
|Twenty-four semester credits, including:|
|At least three credits from each of the following three categories, for a total of nine credits:||9|
|Logic and Critical Thinking|
History of Philosophy:
|Classical Chinese Philosophy|
|Early Modern Philosophy|
|Modern European Philosophy I|
|Modern European Philosophy II|
|Knowledge and Reality|
|The remaining fifteen credits will be selected from philosophy courses 1, 2, 3||15|
Upon approval of the department up to six credits from courses other than philosophy may be applied to the minor.
Program Learning Outcomes
Students completing this program will be expected to meet the following learning outcomes:
- Demonstrate knowledge of the major questions, central methods, issues, figures, and arguments in the core areas of philosophy and its history.
- Employ the tools of formal and informal logic to identify, construct, analyze, evaluate, and respond to arguments.
- Make connections across texts and philosophical traditions and/or between philosophy and everyday life.
- Clearly articulate ideas and arguments in writing and speech.
- Engage in self-reflection and achieve greater self-understanding, exhibiting openness to alternative possibilities and conceptual frameworks.