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Minor - Freedom Studies

Minor - Freedom Studies


The minor in Freedom Studies allows students to pursue a course of study that deepens their understanding of the meaning of freedom in general and the ways in which liberty plays a role in economics, constitutional law, society, and culture.

Course Requirements

The minor in Freedom Studies consists of 18 credit hours of the classes listed below, 12 of which must be at the 300-level or above. Students must take at least one class from each of the following topic areas. No more than three FS classes may count toward the Freedom Studies minor.

Freedom and Economics

Key Issues in Constitutional Government

Theoretical Foundations of Ordered Liberty

Studies in the History of Freedom

Other Academic Requirements

A grade of C- or higher is required in all courses applied toward the minor.

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