Why Minor in Philosophy at Eastern?
With its emphasis on reading, writing, logic, and discussion, the foundation provided by a Philosophy minor enhances your ability to think critically, work ethically, and succeed meaningfully in any major or career you pursue. Plus, the Philosophy Minor is small – only 18 credits – making it easy to add into your schedule.
|Course Number||Course Name||Credit|
|Introductory Courses (choose at least one course)||3|
|PHIL 100||The Heritage of Inquiry: An Introduction to Philosophy|
|PHIL 211||Faith and Philosophy|
|HONR 101||The Good Life|
|PHIL 303||Ancient Philosophy: Origins|
|History of Philosophy Courses (choose at least one course)||3|
|PHIL 304||Medieval Philosophy: The Christian Tradition|
|PHIL 305||Modern Philosophy: The Quest for Foundations|
|PHIL 306||Continental Philosophy: Existentialism and Postmodernism|
|PHIL 350||Epistemology and Metaphysics|
|Senior Thesis Course (choose at least one course)||3|
|PHIL 440||Truth and Meaning: Hermeneutics|
|PHIL 450||The Christian Mind|
|Philosophy Electives (choose two courses)||6|
|Any PHIL Course|
|Total Credit Hours||18|
Full descriptions of undergraduate course offerings are available in Eastern's undergraduate course catalog.