Students completing the Philosophy minor will have substantial study in the history of philosophy as well as an introduction to several key areas of philosophy, preparing them for further study and lifelong abilities with ideas and beliefs. Electives are flexible, allowing students to choose areas of greatest interest, while core courses lay a foundation of ability with works widely recognized as fundamental to critical thinking and understanding of the modern world. In addition to receiving the general objectives, purposes, and requirements of the university, students completing the Philosophy minor gain:
- Broad exposure to the history of ideas.
- Intentional focus on developing a rich Christian worldview.
- Practical preparation for further study and education through extended exposure to a primary part of the arts and sciences.
- A concentrated effort to develop writing and thinking skills for future study and lifelong ministry in the church.
- An in-depth introduction to literary studies, opening opportunities for further study or use of such ability in vocational or private pursuits.
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