Regular Course Offerings
- Introduction to Philosophy, Introduction to Logic, and Introduction to Ethics are offered every semester.
- Ethics and Value Theory is offered at least every other year.
- Ancient, Modern, and Contemporary Philosophy are usually taught on a rotating basis, repeating every two years.
Complete Catalogue of Philosophy Courses
Our projected course offerings for Fall 2013:
|PHIL-100-U015||Introduction to Philosophy||3
||TBA||T Th 3:30-4:45 PM|
|PHIL-100-U025||Introduction to Philosophy||3||Meyer||M W F 11-11:50 AM
||Introduction to Logic||3||Meyer||M W F 9-9:50 AM
||Introduction to Ethics||3||Huckfeldt
||T Th 11 AM-12:15 PM
||Introduction to Ethics||3||Tinguely
||T Th 9:30-10:45 AM
|PHIL-220-U035||Introduction to Ethics||3||TBA||M W F 10-10:50 AM|
|PHIL-220-U820T||Introduction to Ethics||3||Stout||Off Campus INTERNET
|PHIL-309-U820T||The Evolution/Creation Debate||3||TBA||Off Campus INTERNET|
|PHIL-364-U015||Biomedical Ethics||3||Huckfeldt||T Th 3:30-4:45 PM|
|PHIL-416/516-U015||Contemporary Philosophy||3||Tinguely||T Th 2-3:15 PM|
|PHIL-420/520-U015||Ethics and Value Theory||3||Huckfeldt||T Th 12:30-1:45 PM
Philosophy Course for Graduate Students
Philosophy courses at the 400 level are cross listed at the 500 level so that graduate students from other departments can take them for credit. Additionally, some 300 level courses may be available to take as a graduate level independent study during semesters in which those courses are offered.See 500 Courses offered.