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Georgia College - Philosophy Minor

Degree Requirements

Fifteen hours with grades of C or better, distributed as follows:

Required Basic Classes (6 hours)

PHIL 2010 Survey of Philosophy (3)
PHIL 2250 Logic and Critical Thinking (3)

Elective Philosophy and Related Courses (9 hours); three courses chosen from:
PHIL 3310 Social Ethics (3)
PHIL 4320 Epistemology (3)
PHIL 4330 Metaphysics (3)
PHIL 4340 Social & Political Philosophy (3)
PHIL 4410 Ethical Theory (3)
PHIL 4940 Independent Study (1-4)
PHIL 4950 Special Topics (1-4)
Other PHIL courses at the 3000-4000 level (3)
Interdisciplinary and Cross-disciplinary courses at the 3000-4000 level (0-3)

Courses in the minor may not be used to satisfy other major or minor

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