Leadership Ethics Minor

For a 15-credit minor in leadership ethics, students complete the following:

PHIL 1101Introduction to Philosophy3
PHIL 2224Critical Thinking3
PHIL 2255Leadership Ethics Seminar3
Select two additional ethics-designated courses 16
Total Credits15

Leadership Ethics Electives

Ethics designation is granted by the Philosophy department and confirms the following:

  1. A majority of course content concentrates on at least one of the following: the history of ethics; logic and critical thinking; ethical theory and/or its contemporary applications.
  2. The course places emphasis on at least two of the essential concepts of ethical leadership: character, influence, power, justice, and the common good.
PHIL 2205Ancient Medicine & Philosophy3
PHIL 2206Philosophical Perspectives on Women in Classical Literature3
PHIL 2210Phenomenology3
PHIL 2217Logic3
PHIL 2222Evil3
PHIL 2224Critical Thinking3
PHIL 2230Philosophy of Self and Subjectivity3
PHIL 2250Ethical Theory3
PHIL 2252Philosophy as a Way of Life3
PHIL 2260Social and Political Philosophy3
PHIL 2263The Concept of Human Rights3
PHIL 2264Philosophy of Law3
PHIL 2281Philosophies of Love and Sex3
PHIL 2282Violence and the Sacred3
PHIL 3300Plato3
PHIL 3301Aristotle3
PHIL 3314Nietzsche3
PHIL 3340Critical Theory3
PHIL 3350Advanced Topics in Ethics3
PHIL 3360Critical Race Theory3