The minor in philosophy of law introduces students to philosophical reflection on the practices and institutions of the law. The minor develops in students analytical and critical thinking skills that are broadly valuable, and especially crucial for graduate study in law. It consists of the successful completion of 18 semester hours. At least six semester hours must be in residence. This includes four required courses (12 s.h.) and two courses (6 s.h.) chosen from the list below. Fifteen semester hours must be for liberal arts credit.