Winthrop University: Majors and More - Philosophy and Religious Studies

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Majors and More

Philosophy and Religious Studies Programs

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Religion

Students may choose from the Philosophy TrackReligious Studies Track, or the Combined Track.

Minor in Philosophy

The minor in philosophy consists of 18 semester hours of PHIL:

  • PHIL 101 (3) Introduction to Basic Issues in Philosophy
     
  • PHIL 220 (3) Logic and Language OR
  • PHIL 225 (3) Symbolic Logic OR
  • PHIL 371 (3) LSAT Logic Puzzles & Arguments
     
  • and 12 additional hours, 6 of which must in courses numbered above 299.

 

Minor in Philosophy and Religion

The minor in philosophy and religion consists of 18 semester hours of PHIL and RELG, to include

  • PHIL 101 (3) Introduction to Basic Issues in Philosophy OR
  • RELG 101 (3) Introduction to Religion
  • PHIL 220 (3) Logic and Language OR
  • PHIL 225 (3) Symbolic Logic OR 
  • PHIL 371 (3) LSAT Logic Puzzles & Arguments OR
  • RELG 220 (3) Reading Biblical Texts OR
  • RELG 313 (3) Introduction to the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament)
  • RELG 314 (3) New Testament 
  • 12 additional hours, 6 of which must be in courses numbered above 299

 

Minor in Religion

The minor in religion consists of 18 semester hours of RELG:

  • RELG 101 (3) Introduction to Religion  
  • RELG 220 (3) Reading Biblical Texts OR
  • RELG 313 (3) Introduction to the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) OR
  • RELG 314 (3) New Testament  
  • 12 additional hours in RELG, 6 of which must be in courses numbered above 299.

Visit the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies Website

Last Updated: 7/7/20