A minor in philosophy of law consists of 18 credits, to include PHIL 320 Philosophy of Law, PHIL 327 Ethical Theory, PHIL 335 Social and Political Philosophy, and one course from the following: PHIL 201 Critical Thinking About Moral Problems, PHIL 211 History of Ethics, PHIL 212 Ethics and Applications, PHIL 213 Ethics and Health Care and PHIL 214 Ethics and Business. Philosophy of law minors also must take two of the following courses: HIST 369, 370 American Constitutional and Legal Development, POLI 314 U.S. Constitutional Law and POLI 341, 342 History of Political Thought.
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