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Philosophy


NOTE: Course offerings may vary by semester. Please confirm specific course delivery method, instructor, information, and availability for each semester in the CatsWeb—Schedule of Classes.  


Philosophy 1305: Philosophy and Critical Thinking

A study of universal philosophical problems and their solutions with a view toward developing clear thinking about knowledge, belief, and value. Approximately one half of this course will focus on the student’s critical thinking skills. Credit cannot be given for both PHIL 1305 and PHIL 3301. (WI).

Applying and Registering:  Please review the information provided on our webpage - Registering for Extension.

For more information about the content of this course, contact your instructor which is found in the CatsWeb—Schedule of Classes.  

For more information about applying and registering for this course, contact the Office of Distance and Extended Learning.


Philosophy 1320: Ethics and Society

Study of ethics, its recent focus on social problems, and new fields of inquiry, including environmental ethics, ethics in business, professions, technology and sport. Also such global issues as poverty, minority rights, and stem cell research. Emphasis on development and application of principles of critical thinking and moral reasoning. (WI).

Applying and Registering:  Please review the information provided on our webpage - Registering for Extension.

For more information about the content of this course, contact your instructor which is found in the CatsWeb—Schedule of Classes.  

For more information about applying and registering for this course, contact the Office of Distance and Extended Learning.


Philosophy 3322: Professional Ethics

This course is a study of major topics in business and professional ethics, including what a profession is, whether it differs from business, and what is involved with the moral education, social responsibilities, and ethical standards of professionals and business people. (WI) Prerequisite: PHIL 1305 or PHIL 1320 or PHIL 2311 or PHIL 2312 or PHIL 2330 any with a grade of "D" or better or instructor approval.

Applying and Registering:  Please review the information provided on our webpage - Registering for Extension.

For more information about the content of this course, contact your instructor which is found in the CatsWeb—Schedule of Classes.  

For more information about applying and registering for this course, contact the Office of Distance and Extended Learning.


Philosophy 3323: Environmental Ethics

Study of ethical issues associated with the environment including nature, use, preservation, and restoration of the environment.

Applying and Registering:  Please review the information provided on our webpage - Registering for Extension.

For more information about the content of this course, contact your instructor which is found in the CatsWeb—Schedule of Classes.  

For more information about applying and registering for this course, contact the Office of Distance and Extended Learning.


Philosophy 5322: Professional Ethics

Study of major topics in business and professional ethics, including what a profession is, whether it differs from business, and what is involved with moral education, social responsibilities, and ethical standards of professional and business people.

Applying and Registering:  Please review the information provided on our webpage - Registering for Extension.

For more information about the content of this course, contact your instructor which is found in the CatsWeb—Schedule of Classes.  

For more information about applying and registering for this course, contact the Office of Distance and Extended Learning.


Philosophy 5323: Environmental Ethics

Study of ethical issues associated with the environment including the nature, use, preservation, and restoration of the environment.

Applying and Registering:  Please review the information provided on our webpage - Registering for Extension.

For more information about the content of this course, contact your instructor which is found in the CatsWeb—Schedule of Classes.  

For more information about applying and registering for this course, contact the Office of Distance and Extended Learning.