For a minor in the field of philosophy, students must complete six philosophy subjects, chosen in accordance with the options given below. All subjects carry 12 units.

FIRST LEVEL

any introductory (CI-H) philosophy subject

and

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).

SECOND LEVEL

Three non-introductory philosophy subjects, approved by the minor advisor.

THIRD LEVEL

24.260, Topics in Philosophy

Please go to HASS Minors Requirements and Guidelines for more information.

Students needing further help should contact the philosophy minor advisor, Vann McGee (32-D931, 617-253-6394, vmcgee@mit.edu).


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updated: 9-dec-14