The aim of the philosophy minor is to provide an opportunity for interested students to gain further knowledge and experience within the broad study of philosophy. This field of study will help students develop their critical thinking skills, improve problem-solving abilities, reflect on life’s ultimate questions, integrate knowledge across the disciplines, and cultivate a life of wisdom and virtue.
- Advanced Apologetics (PHIL 4213) – 3 hrs*
- Case Studies in Ethics (PHIL 3013) – 3 hrs*
- Christian Ethics (PHIL 1113) – 3 hrs*
- Introduction to Philosophy (PHIL 2203) – 3 hrs*
- Life & Writings of C. S. Lewis (PHIL 4413) – 3 hrs*
- Logic (PHIL 3003) – 3 hrs*