Course Offerings

Our courses are grouped into six areas (click course titles below for course descriptions):

  • Introductory Courses
  • History of Philosophy
  • Theory of Value
  • Philosophical Problems
  • Logic
  • Special Courses

NOTE: Bold parentheses following course information indicate which General Education requirement(s) each course meet:

Quantitative Experience (QE)
Critical Thinking (CT)
Cultural Inquiry (CI)
Philosophy and Letters (PL)
Global Learning (GL)
Foreign Cultures (FC)
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)
 

Introductory Courses

History of Philosophy

Theory of Value

Philosophical Problems

Logic

Special courses



Current Courses

Our current courses can be found here.

 
 

Future Schedules

The Department expects to offer the following list of courses during upcoming semesters. Courses that will be taught by regular faculty members are indicated with the instructor's name in parentheses following the course title. Although this schedule is unlikely to change much, it is still subject to revision and is not yet final; students should consult with the Director of Undergraduate Studies before making any degree plans on the basis of this information.  

 

Spring/Summer 2019

PHI 1010: Introduction to Philosophy
PHI 1050: Critical Thinking
PHI 1100: Contemporary Moral Issues 
PHI 1110: Ethical Issues in Health Care
PHI 1120: Professional Ethics
PHI 2320: Introduction to Ethics
PHI 3700: Philosophy of Art 
PHI 5800: Special Topics: Early Christian Philosophy
 

Fall 2019

PHI 1010: Introduction to Philosophy (Stidd)
PHI 1050: Critical Thinking 
PHI 1070: Reasoning and Decision
PHI 1100: Contemporary Moral Issues 
PHI 1110: Ethical Issues in Health Care (Corvino)
PHI 1120: Professional Ethics (Fanselow)
PHI 1130: Environmental Ethics
PHI 1500: Race, Sex, and Religion
PHI 2140: Ancient Greek Medicine and Psychology (Wilburn)
PHI 2320: Introduction to Ethics 
PHI 2400: Philsophy of Religion (Russell)
PHI 2550: Introduction to the Philosophy of Science (Hiddleston)
PHI 2650: Philosophy of Psychology (Cottrell)
PHI 2850/2860: Introductory Symbolic Logic 
PHI 3700: Philosophy of Art (Stidd)
PHI 5050: Advanced Symbolic Logic 
PHI 5230: Justice and Rights in Health Care (Fanselow)
PHI 5240: Social and Political Philosophy (Kim)
PHI 5290: Free Will and Moral Responsibility (Strabbing)
PHI 5410: Plato (Wilburn)
PHI 7XXX: Seminar in Philosophy (Russell)

Winter 2020

PHI 1010: Introduction to Philosophy (Stidd, Russell)
PHI 1050: Critical Thinking (Lombard)
PHI 1070: Reasoning and Decision
PHI 1100: Contemporary Moral Issues 
PHI 1110: Ethical Issues in Health Care (Strabbing)
PHI 1120: Professional Ethics (Fanselow)
PHI 1130: Environmental Ethics
PHI 1500: Race, Sex, and Religion
PHI 2110: 17th and 18th Century Philosophy (Cottrell)
PHI 2150: Chinese Philosophy (Kim)
PHI 2320: Introduction to Ethics
PHI 2390: Philosophy of Human Rights (Kim)
PHI 2850/2860: Introductory Symbolic Logic (Vineberg)
PHI 3550: Metaphysics (Lombard)
PHI 3700: Philosophy of Art (Stidd)
PHI 5300: Foundation of Ethics (Fanselow)
PHI 5420: Aristotle (Stidd)
PHI 5550: Philosophy of Mind (Hiddleston)
PHI 5800: Special Topics (Cottrell)
PHI 7XXX: Seminar in Philosophy (Vineberg)

 

Spring/Summer 2020

PHI 1010: Introduction to Philosophy
PHI 1050: Critical Thinking
PHI 1100: Contemporary Moral Issues 
PHI 1110: Ethical Issues in Health Care
PHI 1120: Professional Ethics
PHI 2320: Introduction to Ethics
PHI 3700: Philosophy of Art 
 

 

General Education Courses

The following is a list of Philosophy courses that satisfy the university's General Education Requirements. (Click course titles for course descriptions.)

Quantative Experience (QE)

Critical Thinking Competency (CT)

Cultural Inquiry (CI)/Philosophy & Letters (PL) 

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)

Global Learning (GL)/Foreign Culture (FC)

 

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