Undergraduate - Ethics, Law, and Politics Major or Minor

Minor Program Requirements

Field of Concentration Requirements pdf If you find that a course is not on your report in MyNevada, please contact the Philosophy Department to see if the course can be added to your program with a change form.

 

Minor in Philosophy - 18 credits

Group A--at least four of the following courses -- 12 credits

If you have taken one of the following courses and it isn't showing in your DARS report, please contact the Philosophy Department Office. A Academic Requirements change can be initiated to correct the error.

Phil 135--Introduction to Ethics (offered summer)
Phil 207--Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy
Phil 317--History of Ethical Theory
Phil 318--History of Political Philosophy
Phil 450--Ethical Theory
Phil 453--Topics in Philosophy of Law This course replaces Phil 320.
Phil 454--Global Ethics and Justice
Phil 457--Political Philosophy
With advisor approval, any 400-level history of philosophy course focusing on ethics, law, or politics.
With advisor aproval, any 400-level metaphysics, epistemology, or history and philosophy of science course focusing on ethics, law, and politics.
Group B--At least two of the following courses -- 6 credits

If you have taken one of the following courses and it isn't showing in your DARS report, please contact the Philosophy Department Office. A DARS change can be initiated to correct the error.

Any additional course from Group A
Phil 202--Introduction to the Philosophy of the Arts
Phil 244--Bioethics
Phil 245--Contemporary Moral Issues (offered summer)
Phil 280--Philosophy of the Body
Phil 323--Problems in the Philosophy of Religion
Phil 327--History of Political Thought I
Phil 328--History of Political Thought II
Phil 451--Happiness
Phil 452--Aesthetics
Phil 494.1001--Selected Topics: Material Feminisms (Spring 2014) (combined with WMST 490R.1002)
Phil 494.1002--Selected Topics: Being Jewish (Spring 2014) (combined with RST 495.1001)
With advisor approval, any history of philosophy course focusing on ethics, law, or politics.
With advisor approval, any metaphysics, epistemology, or history and philosophy of science course focusing on ethics, law, or politics.
With advisor approval, any course offered in another department, appropriate to an ethics, law, and politics minor.