Minor in Philosophy, Science and Technology
The Minor in Philosophy, Science, and Technology provides basic cross-disciplinary grounding in thought pertaining to the origins, nature, ethical dimensions, and social impact of science and technology.
The Minor may be completed in conjunction with any Three-year, Four-year or Honours degree subject to the following conditions:
- Students may receive recognition for only one of the Department of Philosophy’s minor programs
- The minor must include a minimum of 18 credit units of courses not used to satisfy the major requirements of the student’s degree.
- PHIL 226.3
- PHIL 236.3
- PHIL 251.3
An additional 15 credit units, with at least 6 credit units above the 200-level, drawn from:
- COMM 346.3
- HIST 283.3
- HIST 284.3
- HIST 383.3
- HIST 483.6
- PHIL 234.3
- PHIL 451.3
- PHIL 455.3
- RLST 375.3
- SOC 323.3
The Department of Philosophy may, on an occasional basis, designate additional eligible elective courses; consult the Department Head for information.