The philosophy and religion minor at Auburn University offers an interdisciplinary study of religion, rooted in philosophical, theological and historical studies. It provides an intense, diversified encounter with the concepts, doctrines and development of the religious life as it has been lived in the past and present, and in the East and West.
Requirements for the Philosophy and Religion Minor
15 hours of classes as follows (these are in addition to the 3 hours of philosophy required by the University Core Curriculum):
PHIL 1080 or 3300 (3 hrs) and 12 hours of coursework from the following list:
- ANTH 2700
- ENGL 3360
- HIST 3040
- MUSI 3510
- PHIL 1080, 3340, 3500, 3700, 3740
- POLI 3390, 3560
- any RELG course
- any course approved by the program director
Find the complete course listings for philosophy in the Auburn Bulletin.
Find the complete course listings for religion in the Auburn Bulletin.