Minor in Justice, Political Philosophy, and Law

 

Minor in Justice, Political Philosophy, and Law

The aim of Justice, Political Philosophy, and Law (JPPL) is to cultivate a reasoned understanding of law and legal institutions, as well as the moral theories that support the value and justice of these institutions. JPPL minor offers a sequence of courses in critical thinking, law, policy, global justice, ethical theory, political philosophy, moral theory, and human rights. JPPL students will be well-prepared for further studies or careers in law, philosophy, politics, public service, education, human rights, or public policy.

JPPL Minor: 18 Credits Total
9 Credits, Lower Division
Phil 100G Philosophy, Law, and Ethics (or PHIL 101G, or 201G) 3 credits
Phil 223G Ethics 3 credits
Phil 211G Informal Logic (or PHIL 312) 3 credits
3 Credits, Philosophy of Law
PHIL 376 Philosophy of Law 3 credits
3 Credits, Human Rights and Global Justice
PHIL 332 Ethics and Global Poverty 3 credits
PHIL 322 Environmental Philosophy 3 credits

 

PHIL 320 Social and Political Philosophy 3 credits
PHIL 373 Ethical Theory 3 credits
PHIL 448 Writing Philosophy 3 credits
PHIL 341 Ancient Philosophy 3 credits
3 Elective Credits
PHIL 344 Modern Philosophy 3 credits
PHIL 330 Ethics and biomedical research 3 credits
PHIL 328 Applied ethics 3 credits
PHIL 327 Ethics and sports 3 Credits
PHIL 323V Engineering ethics 3 credits
PHIL 321 Biomedical ethics 3 credits
PHIL 302 Business ethics 3 credits
PHIL 376 Philosophy of Law 3 credits
PHIL 320 Social and Political Philosophy 3 credits
PHIL 373 Ethical Theory 3 credits
PHIL 332 Ethics and Global Poverty 3 credits
PHIL 322 Environmental Philosophy 3 credits
PHIL 325 Topics in Feminist Philosophy 3 credits
PHIL 448 Writing Philosophy 3 credits