Philosophy Minor with Ethics Concentration
Combine an understanding of ethics to enhance any major
Given the ethical scandals of the last decade, this innovative and exciting minor is a common and logical choice for you if you are seeking to stand out amongst job applicants in the fields of medicine, law, political science, business or criminal justice.
What will I learn?
Discover how ethics can apply to any topic in any situation. Your classes will give you a solid foundation to take with you into the workforce or on to graduate school.
In this class you will discuss and explore basic forms of reasoning. Some topics to be covered include argument construction and criticism, the nature of evidence and how to use it in argument construction, statistical reasoning and probability. You will also be introduced to logical fallacies and how to identify them in informal arguments.
Are you ready to learn more?
Take a look at the unique opportunities, both inside and outside of the classroom, that the Department of Philosophy has to offer.