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2017-2018 Academic Catalog: Course Descriptions - Philosophy

PHIL 2990 INDEPENDENT STUDY IN PHILOSOPHY
This course investigates a topic of special interest to faculty and students that is outside existing course offerings. (4 credits)
Prerequisite: completion of an ENGL sequence

PHIL 3800 SPECIAL TOPICS IN PHILOSOPHY
These courses present topics that are not covered by existing courses and are likely to change from semester to semester. Refer to the semester schedule for the courses offered that semester.  Contact the faculty assigned for more information about the course topic. (4 credits)
Prerequisite: completion of an ENGL sequence

PHIL 4301 PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION
An introductory course in the concepts and processes of philosophical and religious thought and experience. In this course students, will be able to examine the classical and contemporary traditions and issues in philosophy and religion, the nature of existential reality, and the process of ethical decision-making. (4 credits)
Prerequisite: completion of an ENGL sequence

PHIL 4501 ETHICS
The study of the rules and standards of right conduct in regard to the self, industry, and society. Historical perspectives and contemporary case studies are utilized. (4 credits) fall, spring, summer
Prerequisite: completion of an ENGL sequence