The academic study of philosophy addresses such topics as knowledge, morality, logic, and the nature of religious experience and belief. The fundamental questions of philosophy are central to human experience and their study is valuable as a means of developing analytical, critical, and imaginative skills. In turn, these skills are valuable to the pursuit of such careers as Christian ministry, law, business, medicine, science, education, and the arts. The courses offered in the Philosophy Concentration introduce students to rigorous thinking and writing about the great questions addressed by philosophy and to the reading of important philosophical texts.
Philosophy Concentration (12 hrs.)
Students select any 4 courses.
- PHI 207 Introduction to Philosophy
- PHI 211 Intro to Logic
- PHI 309 Christian Ethics
- PHI 313 History of Philosophy I
- PHI 314 History of Philosophy II
- PHI 416 Contemporary Philosophy
- PHI 419 World Religions
- PHI 490 Special Topics in Philosophy