Logic Minor

Logical thought is a cornerstone of the liberal arts education. Students may minor in Logic by completing any 15 hours from the following interdisciplinary list of courses.

Through these varied classes, students learn about argumentation; rhetoric; inference; inductive, deductive, or transductive reasoning; logical fallacies; symbolic logic; scientific reasoning; analytical reasoning; critical thinking; and other forms of using logic and recognizing the illogical.

The Logic Minor consists of a set of electives. No more than 6 hours may come from a specific area (e.g., COM, PHI, PSY, MTH). At least 3 hours must be classes at the 3000 level or higher.

  • COM 2153 - Argumentation and Debate
  • COM 4093 - Persuasion
  • COM 4133 - Rhetorical Theory

  • CSC  1104 - Foundation of Computer Science I
  • CSC  1114 - Foundations of Computer Science II

  • ENG  2133 - Rhetoric and Argument
  • ENG  4643  - Rhetoric and Composition

  • MTH  2233 - Discrete Mathematics
  • MTH  2323 -  Statistical Methods
  • MTH 3573 - Tranisition to Advanced Mathematics

  • PHI 2133 - Logic I
  • PHI 4143  - Logic II
  • PHI 4043  -  Ancient Philosophy
  • PHI 4053  - Modern Philosophy
  • PHI 4073  - 20th Century Philosophy

  • PSY 2143  -Experimental Statistics
  • PSY 3153 - Cognitive Psychology
  • PSY 3233 - Critical and Analytical Thinking
  • PSY 4323 -  Advanced Statistics

  • SOC 3103 -  Statistics

Contact

Dr. Steven Todd 
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Box 7673
870-230-5433