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New Mexico State University

Minor in Ethics

PHILOSOPHY MINOR:

    PHIL 101G, The Art of Wondering OR PHIL 201G, Introduction to Philosophy; PHIL 223, Ethics OR  PHIL 328, Applied Ethics OR PHIL 373, Ethical Theory; PHIL 211, Informal Logic OR PHIL 312, Formal Logic; and nine additional credits at the 300 level or above.

 

ETHICS MINOR:

    PHIL 101G, The Art of Wondering OR PHIL 201G, Intro to Phil; PHIL 211G, Informal Logic OR PHIL 312, Formal Logic; PHIL 373, Ethical Theory.  Three of the following courses, of which at least two must be upper division:  CJ 425, Issues in Ethics, Law & Criminal Justice; HON 225G, History of Ethics; HON 304V, Dilemmas of War & Peace; HON 306V, Science, Ethics & Society; JOUR 377, Mass Media Ethics; PHIL 302, Business Ethics; PHIL 321, Biomedical Ethics; PHIL 322, Environmental Ethics; PHIL323V, Engineering Ethics; PHIL 324, Cyberethics; PHIL 327, Ethics & Sports; PHIL 328, Applied Ethics; PHIL 329, Sexual Ethics; PHIL 330, Ethics & Biomedical Research; PHIL 332, Ethics & Global Poverty; PHIL 381, Human Nature & the Good Life; and SUR 401, Ethics & Professionalism in Surveying & Mapping.