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To study Philosophy is to pursue the truth. It is a discipline which asks “why?” and probes for deeper answers. It requires an open mind and a desire to evaluate argumentation for its reasonableness. Philosophical investigation applies to every other discipline, from art to science, so whatever you plan to major in, Philosophy may be of interest to you. Those with a degree in Philosophy can find rewarding careers in social and community service, research, and in nonprofit organizations, museums, libraries and communications. A degree in Philosophy is also useful to those who choose to enter the clergy or go into counseling, teaching, law, business or writing.
In addition to the Student Core Learning Outcomes, the Program Specific Outcomes include:
• Demonstrate knowledge of a range of facts, terminology, events, and/or methods that social scientists in various disciplines must possess in order to investigate, analyze or give a history of, or predict human, group, or societal behavior.
• Demonstrate the ability to apply classifications, principles, generalizations, theories, models, and/or structures pertinent to social scientific efforts to organize conceptual knowledge in various fields.
• Demonstrate the ability to reach conclusions/make arguments across a range of social science topics that are tied to a defensible sifting of appropriate evidence relative to the questions involved.
• Demonstrate an understanding and recognition of the diversity of perspectives, cultural understandings, and ways of thinking that others bring to bear on social science questions.
PHIL 110 - Social Ethics
Social-ethical study of society focusing on the 'great burning issues of the day.' Students will be encouraged to think for themselves and engage the instructor and one another in dialogue about some of the most controversial disputes of the day. The specific topics covered will vary from year to year. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 2, 3, 4.
PHIL 114 - Ethics and Policy in Healthcare I
Explores values, ethics, and legal decision-making frameworks and policies used to support the well-being of people
and groups within the context of the healthcare professions. This content is embedded into and taught seamlessly
with the theory content in NURS 110. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 2, 3.
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PHIL 125D - Ethics in 21st Century World Cinema
This course is a study of important approaches to moral thought using both philosophical texts and foreign films from the 21st century. Students will become better equipped to understand and critique why individuals from around the world differ in their moral judgments. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 2, 3.
PHIL 150 - Philosophy in the Cinema
Discussions of major philosophical questions and theories as they are raised in films from a wide variety of genres, countries, and times. Consists of film presentations, class discussions, short philosophical essays, and student written work in response to these. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 2, 3, 4.
PHIL 214 - Ethics and Policy in Healthcare II
Course applies values, ethics, and legal decision-making frameworks and policies to support the well-being of people and groups within the context of the healthcare professions. This content is embedded into and taught seamlessly with the theory content in NURS 210. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 2, 3.
NURS 210, NURS 216/NUTR 216
Study of some of the more important questions that have shaped the development of moral philosophical thought from ancient times to the present. Students will be encouraged to think for themselves and engage the instructor and one another in dialogue about the most ethically correct course of action in a wide variety of applications. Focus is on understanding why individuals differ in their moral judgments, and the tools needed to continue investigations of ethical issues. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 2, 3, 4.
PHIL 234 - Ethics and Policy in Healthcare III
Analyzes and applies values, ethics, and legal decision-making frameworks and policies used to support the well-being of people and groups within the context of the healthcare professions. This content is embedded into and taught seamlessly with the theory content in NURS 230. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 2, 3, 4.
NURS 230, NURS 235/PSYC 235
PHIL 267 - Philosophy of Religion
Philosophical study of religious thought focusing primarily on the religious-philosophical and theological thinking associated with Christianity but not excluding Judaism, Islam, Buddhism or Hinduism. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 2, 3, 4.
PHIL& 101 - Introduction to Philosophy
Study of the more important questions that have shaped the development of philosophical thought throughout history. Areas of investigation include: the nature of reality, the nature of knowledge, the nature of personal identity, and the nature of the mind. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 1, 2, 3, 4.
PHIL& 115 - Critical Thinking
Focus on analyzing, evaluating, and constructing thought in clear logical fashion, with application to various fields. The criteria to be used when determining truth and falsity will also be examined. The course is a non-symbolic approach to logic and does not fulfill a quantitative skills requirement. Assesses Core Learning Outcomes 2, 3, 6.
PHIL& 120 - Symbolic Logic
The course is a study of the methods and principles used to distinguish correct from incorrect reasoning. After establishing a few basic concepts, the course will proceed to discuss three types of symbolic logic: Categorical, Propositional, and Predicate. Students are expected to participate in working through problems and proofs presented in the text and in class. (Formerly PHIL& 106). Assesses Core Learning Outcome 2.
MATH 092 or MATH 098 or MATH 099 with a grade of C or higher OR placement into MATH& 107 or higher.
REQUIREMENT CODE KEY
- AAS - DTA code (if applicable)
- C - Communication Skills
- NS - Natural Science
- H - Humanities
- R - Human Relations
- SS - Social Sciences
- NS-L - Natural Science Lab
- Q - Quantitative Skills
- TE - Transfer Elective (A list)
- D - Diversity course
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prospective students in program planning. The information in the current catalog reflects current programs, requirements, and costs as of August 1, 2009.
All information is subject to change without prior notice. Every effort is made to ensure accuracy at the time of publication; however, the catalog is
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