Minor in Philosophy and Theology

Identify and develop, within the context of a supportive Christian community, the analytical abilities for critical and creative thinking. You will learn about the connection between good thinking and good living.


What You’ll Learn

The Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Ethics develops your ability to critically investigate challenging topics such as ethics, biblical studies, theology, Christian history and philosophy. Your skills in critical thinking, reasoning, research and communication will be invaluable to you as a life-long learner and in whatever career you choose to pursue.

You’ll explore the works of significant thinkers as you clarify and support your views and beliefs. You’ll also continue to develop your ability to communicate clearly what you have learned. These studies will encourage you to develop greater understanding and appreciation for the Judeo-Christian heritage and its relationship to the liberal arts.

Additional information, including descriptions of specific courses and their corresponding credit hours, is available in the Academic Catalog.

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