Are you intrigued by thinking about knowledge, ethics, reality or religion? Minoring in Philosophy at Warner Pacific provides the foundation of philosophy’s origins and how it applies to life today. Students learn critical skills to think more logically and clearly. Having a sharp intellect through this course of study helps throughout your career. Looking to go to graduate school later? A minor in Philosophy also complements any major and can help when applying to schools.
18 credits: 9 credits in residence, 9 credits upper division. No more than 6 of the 18 credits may be used to satisfy General Education Core, major, or other minor requirements.
PHIL 201 | Introduction to Philosophy | 3 credits
PHIL 300 | Ethics | 3 credits
PHIL 350 | History of Western Philosophy | 3 credits
Electives (choose 9 credits from the following):
EN 370 | Nature and Structure of English Language | 3 credits
FA 300 | Aesthetics | 3 credits
HUM 385 | Critical and Cultural Theory | 3 credits
PHIL 211 | Logic | 3 credits
PHIL 379* | Philosophy Seminar (topics alternate each year) | 3 credits
PSY 401 | History and Systems of Psychology | 3 credits
REL/SOC | 310 Religions of the World | 3 credits
TH 410 | Christian Ethics | 3 credits
*Course may be taken twice for credits applied to the minor