To add depth to the required curriculum, a student may elect a concentration of further study. A broader scope of primary source readings become available, giving the student an enriched "Great Books" education. This is an excellent choice for all students interested in ministry.
|Course Title||Course Number||Hours|
|Introduction to Christian Apologetics||PHI 1203||3|
|Cultural Apologetics||PHI 3123||3|
|Philosophy of Religion||PHI 4103||3|
|Apologetics Electives (Logic I, Logic II, Ethics, Philosophical Anthropology, Metaphysics, Epistemology, History of Philosophy, Contemporary Worldviews)||6|