Law, Logic, and Critical Thinking

 

Any four of the following courses will count towards the twelve-credit Law, Logic, and Critical Thinking Concentration for the Philosophy major and any one course will count towards the three-credit requirement for the Philosophy minor:

  • CRIM 1101: Introduction to Critical Thinking
  • CRIM 1103: Criminal Law
  • CRIM 1112: Minorities, Women, and the Criminal Justice System
  • CRIM 1120: Introduction to Jurisprudence
  • CRIM 2214: Criminal Procedure Law
  • CRIM 2216: Sex, Deviance, and the Law
  • CRIM 2250: Emerging Issues in Crime and Justice
  • CRIM 3321: Drugs, Addiction, and the Law
  • CRIM 3890: Legal and Analytical Reasoning
  • PHIL 1101: Introduction to Logic
  • PHIL 2000: Logical Thinking
  • PHIL 3302: Symbolic Logic
  • POLS 2205: Comparative Legal Systems
  • POLS 2212: International Law
  • POLS 3355: American Constitutional Law I
  • POLS 3356: American Constitutional Law II
  • PSYC 3317: Psychology and the Law