The philosophy minor provides in-depth learning about the aims, methods and texts of one of the oldest disciplines in academia. Develop a deeper understanding of intellectual history and engage with the meaning and value of human life.
Ask questions about the nature of freedom, the existence of reality, the purpose of art and the subjectivity of morality. Tackle life’s greatest mysteries and embrace the complexities that arise when you challenge assumptions.
Gain excellent preparation for graduate school and professional careers by studying philosophy. The minor can be combined with any major.
For complete information about minor requirements and course offerings, please refer to the course catalog.
Professor and Chair, Humanities