Philosophy Minor

The minor is very flexible and can be a profitable complement to any major in the University. Students in religion, English, psychology, and politics will find it especially beneficial. To minor in philosophy, a student must take six courses for a total of 18 credit hours.

Certain courses offered by other departments in the University, as well as certain philosophy courses offered at Wofford, may count toward the minor. Generally, no more than two such substitutions will be allowed. Courses for the minor program should be selected in consultation with the philosophy adviser.

The minor requirements are as follows:

200 or 300 Level Electives

  • At least three 200 level or 300 level courses
Sub-Total Credits
9

Additional Electives

  • Three additional elective courses (any level)
Sub-Total Credits
9
Total credits:
18

Overview

Program

Type

Minor