PRE-LAW PHILOSOPHY MINOR (360004M)
A total of 18 credits

Required Philosophy Courses: (12 credits)

ONE of the following:
3600:120* Introduction to Ethics (a)                     3 credits
3600:125* Theory and Evidence (c) 3 credits
3600:170* Introduction to Logic (a) 3 credits
PLUS:
3600:421# Philosophy of Law (c)                          3 credits
AND TWO of the following:
3600:324    Social and Political Philosophy (f)                 3 credits
3600:327 Law and Morality (f) 3 credits
3600:329 Philosophies of International Law (f) 3 credits
3600:361 Biomedical Ethics (a) 3 credits

 Elective Courses: (6 credits)

3002:301 Civil Rights Movements in America 3 credits
3250:405# Economics of the Public Sector 3 credits
3300:376# Legal Writing 3 credits
3300:389# ST: Politics and American Literature 3 credits
3350:432 Land Use Planning Law 3 credits
3400:317# Roman Republic 3 credits
3400:452# American Revolutionary Era 3 credits
3400:453# The Early American Republic 3 credits
3600:211 History of Ancient Philosophy (b) 3 credits
3600:312 History of Medieval Philosophy (c) 3 credits
3600:313 History of Modern Philosophy (b) 3 credits
3600:323 Advanced Topics in Ethics (e) 3 credits
3600:324 Social and Political Philosophy (f) 3 credits
3600:327 Law and Morality (f) 3 credits
3600:329 Philosophies of International Law (f) 3 credits
3600:361 Biomedical Ethics (a) 3 credits
3600:362 Business Ethics (f) 3 credits
3600:363 Police Ethics (f) 3 credits
3600:418# 20th Century Analytic Philosophy (f) 3 credits
3600:462# Theory of Knowledge (e) 3 credits
3700:302 American Political Ideas 3 credits
3700:334 Law, Mediation and Violence 3 credits
3700:335 Law and Society 3 credits
3700:360 The Judicial Process 3 credits
3700:361 Politics of the Criminal Justice System 3 credits
3700:363 Crime, Punishment and Politics 3 credits
3700:461# The Supreme Court and Constitutional Law 3 credits
3700:462# The Supreme Court and Civil Liberties 3 credits
3700:483# Constitutional Problems in Criminal Justice 3 credits
3750:440# Personnel Psychology and the Law 4 credits
3850:330# Criminology 3 credits
3850:441# Sociology of Law 3 credits
6400:220# Legal and Social Environment of Business 3 credits
6400:323 International Business Law 3 credits
7600:245 Argumentation 3 credits
7600:252 Persuasion 3 credits
7750:470# Law for Social Workers 3 credits

 *  Can also be used for General Education credit.
#  Pre-requisite exists for this course (sometimes this is simply the permission of the instructor).

NOTE: Cannot overlap more than 6 credits if obtaining both a Philosophy major and minor or more than one Philosophy minor.

(a) Offered every semester
(b) Offered every Fall semester
(c) Offered every Spring semester
(d) Offered every 3rd semester
(e) Offered every 2 years
(f) Offered periodically