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Complementary Minor

Philosophical Theology

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A complementary minor is taken in addition to a student’s main program. There is no direct admission in a complementary program; the choice is made after admission and registration in a bachelor program.

Program requirements

Compulsory courses (24 credits)

  • PHI2113 Nature, Science and Philosophy
  • PHI2153 Christian Philosophers
  • PHI2182 Human Existence
  • PHI2184 Philosophy of Religion
  • PHI2185 Ethics and Education
  • PHI3107 Thomas Aquinas
  • PHI3112 Philosophical Theology
  • PHI4114 Process Metaphysics and God

Optional courses (6 credits)

3 credits from:

  • PHI1101 Reasoning and Critical Thinking (UO)
  • PHI1105 Introduction to Philosophical Reasoning
  • PHI1110 Elementary Logic

3 credits from:

  • PHI2380 Greek Philosophy or the Birth of Philosophy (UO)
  • PHI2382 Medieval Philosophy (UO)
  • PHI2383 Modern Philosophy (UO)
  • PHI2386 Existentialism (UO)
  • PHI2389 Asian Philosophy (UO)
  • PHI3105 Phenomenology (UO)
  • PHI3152 Philosophical Hermeneutics
  • PHI3377 Continental Contemporary Philosophy (UO)
  • THO2315 Ethics and the Human Person

Some courses have specific prerequisites.

A course that is part of a bachelor degree or a major cannot count as an optional course toward a minor.