Minor in Law and Philosophy

Requirements (28 units)

Requirements for a minor in Law and Philosophy

Core requirements (12)
PHIL 200Critical Thinking Through Symbolic Logic4
Four units chosen from:4
Philosophy of Law
Jurisprudence
Four units chosen from:4
Ethics
Social and Political Philosophy: Classical Political Theories
Social and Political Philosophy: Themes in Social and Political Philosophy
Electives (16)
Sixteen units chosen from (if not taken above):16
Predicate Logic
History of Modern Philosophy: Ethics and Politics
Ethics
Topics in Moral and Political Philosophy
Topics in Applied Ethics
Contemporary Ethical Issues
Social and Political Philosophy: Classical Political Theories
Social and Political Philosophy: Themes in Social and Political Philosophy
Philosophy of Law
Jurisprudence
Advanced Issues in Value Theory
Internship in Philosophy
Independent Study
Total Units28

The Law and Philosophy minor is open to students in any major. However, only core requirements  PHIL 200 and PHIL 350 or PHIL 361A or PHIL 361B, will count toward satisfaction of the philosophy major.

Students who fulfill the GE Critical Thinking (A4) requirement with PHIL 200 will be credited with satisfying that core requirement for the minor.

With department approval, students may count two units of PHIL 575 and two units of PHIL 595 toward the minor (students may count two units of PHIL 575 toward the minor through participation in a judicial internship, which the department offers in conjunction with the San Bernardino County courts).