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Students who take the Minor in Philosophy are required to complete 15 hours of courses in selected fields of philosophy with a grade of C or better, including (A) a course in the history of philosophy (3 credit hours), (B) a course in normative (ethics and ethics-related) philosophy (3 credit hours), and (C) a course other than one in normative philosophy, but not including logic or the history of philosophy (3 credit hours).
The Minor Adviser will determine whether courses transferred from other institutions qualify for the minor. No more than two transferred courses may count toward the minor. Note also that no more than two courses may be "double-counted" toward both the minor and the departmental requirements of a major.
(A) Courses in the history of philosophy (3 credit hours)
(B) Courses in normative philosophy (3 credit hours)
(D) Elective Courses: Any two PHI or LOG courses at 200 level or above (6 credit hours)