Philosophy Minor

Total Units Required: 18

The Minor in Philosophy can deepen understanding of human nature, human culture, and the diversity of human values, thereby providing an opportunity to address fundamental issues of human concern. The minor improves reasoning skills and the ability to apply complex concepts to real-world experience. Because the minor is relatively unstructured, it allows students a great deal of choice regarding classes taken and works well with most majors.

Students in a philosophy class look at their professor while the screen on the wall has a slide titled "Pascal's Wager."