Based in Philosophy, the interdisciplinary Ethics minor provides a concentrated study of ethical theory and practice. The courses in the minor
The Ethics minor affords a great deal of flexibility and is a wonderful complement to any major. Because of its interdisciplinary character, you might find that courses that you have already taken in the Core or your major will also count toward the minor.
In order to earn a minor in Ethics, students must complete 30 credits with a grade point average of 2.0 including: five credits from the Ethics core, 10-15 credits from Philosophical Perspectives and 10-15 credits from Interdisciplinary Perspectives.
How might the Ethics minor work for you? Say you are particularly interested in the ethical dimensions of social and political philosophy. Your schedule might look like this:
Or you want to explore ethical issues in relation to race and gender. Consider:
Ethics minors should be able to:
Maria Carl, PhD
Director, Ethics Minor