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PHIL- 201 Introduction to Philosophy (3.00 cr.)
Philosophy, Global Perspective, Social Responsibility and Ethical Reasoning
Repeatable: No
Introduction to the principal problem areas and history of philosophy, as well as to the nature of philosophical investigation.

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PHIL- 205 Philosophy Of Religion (3.00 cr.)
Philosophy
Repeatable: No
Principal philosophical problems in the various dimensions of religious experience and belief.

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PHIL- 215 Eastern Philosophy (3.00 cr.)
Philosophy, Global Perspective
Repeatable: No
Philosophies of India, China and Japan: Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism and Zen Buddhism.

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PHIL- 220 Multicultural Philosophy (3.00 cr.)
Philosophy
Repeatable: No
African American, Hispanic American, Asian American, American Indian, and Feminist philosophies. Philosophical issues of race, social justice, values, environmental ethics, spiritual belief, and epistemology.

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PHIL- 225 Belief, Knowledge And Truth (3.00 cr.)
Philosophy
Repeatable: No
Justification of rational belief and knowledge and methods used for obtaining them, with particular emphasis on problems of evidence and truth.

Prerequisites: ENGL-102 or ENGL-112 or ENGL-113

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PHIL- 235 General Ethics (3.00 cr.)
Philosophy, Social Responsibility and Ethical Reasoning
Repeatable: No
Ethical valuing process: principal ethical theories and their application to common human problems.

Prerequisites: ENGL-102 or ENGL-112 or ENGL-113

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PHIL- 275 Business Ethics (3.00 cr.)
Philosophy, Social Responsibility and Ethical Reasoning
Repeatable: No
Ethical valuing process and major ethical standards applied to business contexts such as basic ethical perspectives on business ethics, the ethical basis of capitalism, the role of government regulation, corporate responsibility, professional and corporate ethical codes, product liability, marketing, global economics and international trade, property rights, and environmental sustainability.

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PHIL- 310 Philosophy of Mind (3.00 cr.)
Repeatable: No
Analysis of philosophical issues concerning the nature of mind, consciousness, and thought, and applications to cognitive science.

Prerequisites: Take PHIL-201 or PHIL-225

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PHIL- 499 Independent Study (1.00 - 3.00 cr.)
Repeatable: Yes

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