May 19, 2024  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2022-2023 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Ethics and Values in Society Minor


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Program Learning Outcomes:


  • Demonstrate knowledge of and ability to critically evaluate historical and contemporary normative ethical theory
  • Demonstrate knowledge of and ability to critically evaluate contemporary issues in applied philosophical ethics, social/political philosophy, and/or philosophy of law
  • Apply philosophical-based frameworks to questions of moral, social, and political values raised in interdisciplinary contexts
  • Integrate learning and understanding from multiple disciplines in a Capstone Experience involving an individualized high impact learning experience (research, internship, service-learning, etc.)

Total Credits Required to Complete Minor: 19-24


Basic Requirements: (7-9 Credits)


Capstone: (1-3 Credits)


Notes


*Students wishing to apply PHIL 497  toward the minor must receive prior approval from the coordinator of the minor.
**Students wishing to complete an integrative and applied learning project (for example, an internship, a service-learning project, a capstone project outside of Philosophy) should consult with and receive prior approval from the coordinator of the minor.

Electives: (12-15 Credits)


Notes


*Courses marked with an asterisk have prerequisites and/or program restrictions in the corresponding department. Consult the Undergraduate Bulletin for details. 
^No more than one of PHIL 359 , PHIL 377 , PHIL 420 , PHIL 430  may be taken as an elective.

Additional Requirements:


  • At least 2 electives must be taken outside PHIL
  • At least 1 elective must be taken in PHIL
  • At least 1 elective must be at the 300 level or above

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