For a minor in the field of philosophy, students must complete six philosophy subjects, chosen in accordance with the options given below.
Subjects are arranged in three levels: those in the first level have no prerequisites; those in the second level have a prerequisite of one philosophy subject; Topics in Philosophy, in the third level, has a prerequisite of two subjects in philosophy. All subjects carry 12 units.
any introductory (CI-H) philosophy subject
a logic course (24.118, Paradox and Infinity, 24.241, Logic I, 24.242, Logic II, 24.243, Set Theory, 24.244, Modal Logic, 24.245, Theory of Models, or a logic course in another department (e.g., Math) if approved by the minor advisor).
Three non-introductory philosophy subjects, approved by the minor advisor.
24.260, Topics in Philosophy
[Related link: The HASS Guide]