Prove Your Critical Thinking Skills to Employers
Your curiosity leaves you constantly questioning the world. You enjoy exploring different perspectives about life’s uncertainties. The philosophy minor from Post University encourages and helps you think critically, reasonably and carefully — a skill that’s relevant to any degree and highly valued by employers in all industries. This program could also be your first step toward an advanced degree in philosophy or other area.
The philosophy minor offers you the opportunity to articulate your own ideas, deepen your self-awareness, develop a humane attitude and envision alternative ways of looking at things personally, professionally and as a member of the global community.Your required philosophy courses include introduction to philosophy, ethics and world religions, and you will choose any two of the following electives for a total of 15 credit hours:
- Eastern Philosophy
- Political Philosophy
- Understanding Our Universe
Each philosophy class is led by an experienced faculty members. They will help you open your mind about complex topics and learn how to apply your knowledge to your career.
|1||PHILOSOPHY MINOR||15 crs||h|
|2||PHL101 Introduction to Philosophy||3 crs|
|3||PHL203 Ethics||3 crs|
|4||PHL301 World Religions||3 crs|
|6||Choose two of the following electives:|
|7||PHL302 Eastern Philosophy||3 crs|
|8||PHL305 Political Philosophy||3 crs|
|9||PHL309 Understanding our Universe||3 crs|
At Post University, we are dedicated to creating a successful educational outcome for each and every student — both those who attend classes at our Waterbury, Connecticut, campus and online. That’s why we assign an academic advisor when you enroll, to provide you with personal guidance every step of the way.
Choose a minor program and university that fosters your inquisitiveness. If you’re interested in adding a philosophy minor to your degree, consider our bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Legal Studies, Criminal Justice or Human Services. Contact us today to learn more.
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