The rhetoric and reason minor is an interdisciplinary program comprised of courses drawn from the humanities, social and natural sciences. The rhetoric and reason minor provides a foundation in thinking creatively and analytically. The program engages students in the pursuit of the practical and theoretical questions at the heart of human interactions and endeavors.
Requirements for the Minor: 24 Credits, 12 required and 12 selected from electives list.
WR 230 Introduction to Rhetoric
PHL 301 History of Philosophy
COMM 343 Argumentation, Debate, and Critical Thinking
Electives: (select 12 credits from among the following courses.)
PHL 201 Introduction to Philosophy
PHL 203 Elementary Logic
PHL 330 Science, Democracy, and Citizenship
COMM 342 Persuasion
COMM 412 Evaluation of Public Communication
COMM 460A Women Transforming Language
WR 493 Topics in Rhetoric
SOC 461 Sociology of Religion
BI 382 Biology and Society
BI 385 Women in Science