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Philosophy
Degree Requirements
Philosophy Minor  |  History of Philosophy Minor

Philosophy Minor

(a minimum of 19 semester course credits)

Required:

PHIL 010 Ancient Philosophy (3)

PHIL 011 Early Modern Philosophy (4)

PHIL 062 Ethics (3)

And select 9 additional semester course credits in Philosophy (typically three classes), at least 6 of which must be upper division, in consultation with the Philosophy Department faculty. Note that students may substitute PHIL 051 Formal Logic for one required upper-division course.

History of Philosophy Minor
(a minimum of 19 semester course credits)

Required:

PHIL 010 Ancient Philosophy (3)

PHIL 011 Early Modern Philosophy (4)

PHIL 043/143 Existentialism (3)

PHIL 184 19th Century European Philosophy: Hegel, Marx, and Nietzsche (3)

PHIL 185 Wittgenstein and Heidegger (3)

And select 3 additional semester course credits in Philosophy (typically one class) drawn from the topics classes offered by the Philosophy Department, including: PHIL 028/PHIL 128: Political Philosophy, PHIL 051: Logic, PHIL 060: Philosophy of Religion, PHIL 062: Ethics, PHIL 090/190: Metaphysics, PHIL 131: Aesthetics, PHIL 144: Language, Meaning and Understanding, and PHIL 145: Philosophy of Mind.


The philosophy major is available to students who entered Mills before fall 2017. View the catalog requirements for the philosophy major for more information.

 

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Last Updated: 9/8/17