Minor in Philosophy

Train Your Mind to Think Logically, Analytically and Creatively

With your minor in philosophy from UHCL's College of Human Sciences and Humanities, employers will see that you possess a competitive edge. It demonstrates your ability think logically, solve complex problems, understand both sides of a debate and indicates your strong oral and written communication skills.

Philosophy is Preparation for Any Career

A minor in philosophy complements almost any major. The courses are rigorous and hold students to high levels of writing and argumentation, which develops critical thinking and evaluation skills that are applicable across all professions.

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Degree Requirements

Interested in discovering the sort of classes you’ll need to take in order to earn your degree from the College of Human Science and Humanities at University of Houston-Clear Lake? Find out now.

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Locations

  University of Houston-Clear Lake
 

University of Houston-Clear Lake

2700 Bay Area Blvd
Houston, TX 77058
Phone: 281-283-7600

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Accreditations and Distinctions

The College of Human Sciences and Humanities holds a number of specialized accreditations, including accreditations and approval from the Commission of Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education; the Association for Behavioral Analysis International; the National Association of School Psychologists. The Council on Social Work Education has also accredited our bachelor’s degree in social work. Our Fitness and Human Performance curriculum has been recognized by the National Strength and Conditioning Association for preparing students to successfully enter into the career field. The Human Factors Certificate and Applied Cognitive Psychology Program are accredited by the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.


Minor in Philosophy Faculty

Keith Parsons
Keith Parsons

Keith Parsons

Professor of Philosophy,
Human Sciences and Humanities

Contact number: 281-283-3361
Email: parsons@uhcl.edu
Office: Bayou 2529.11

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