Justice, Poltical Philosophy, and Law - Undergraduate Minor

The aim of Justice, Political Philosophy, and Law 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. The 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. 

Prefix Title Credits
Introductory Courses
Select one from the following:3
Philosophy, Law and Ethics3
The Art of Wondering3
Introduction to Philosophy3
PHIL 211GInformal Logic3
or PHIL 312 Formal Logic
PHIL 223GEthics3
Philosophy of Law
PHIL 376Philosophy of Law3
Human Rights and Global Justice
Select one from the following:3
Social and Political Philosophy3
Environmental Ethics3
Ethics and Global Poverty3
Ancient Philosophy3
Ethical Theory3
Writing Philosophy3
Elective
Select one from the following:3
Social and Political Philosophy3
Biomedical Ethics3
Environmental Ethics3
Engineering Ethics3
Applied Ethics3
Ethics and Biomedical Research3
Ethics and Global Poverty3
Modern Philosophy3
Ethical Theory3
Philosophy of Law3
Writing Philosophy3
Total Credits18