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Philosophy and Religious Studies

Current and Planned Courses

In philosophy, every semester includes sections of PHIL 101 (Introduction to Philosophy), PHIL 102 (Introduction to Ethics), PHIL 105 (Critical Thinking), PHIL 110 (Logic), and PHIL 318 (Business Ethics).

In religious studies, every semester includes sections of RELG 103 (World Religions).

Courses for Fall 2017

PHIL 271: Philosophical Writing (Smith)
PHIL 300: Ancient Philosophy (Rauhut)
PHIL 317: Bio-Medical Ethics (Kort)
PHIL 318: Business Ethics (various instructors)
PHIL 321: Symbolic Logic (Earl, contact for special permission to enroll)
PHIL 323: Philosophy of Law (Oxley)
PHIL 340: Philosophy of Science (Sosis)
PHIL 360: Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art (Earl)

RELG 315: Archaeology and the Bible (Todd)
RELG 320: Introduction to Buddhism (Green)
RELG 322: Introduction to Islam (Halverson)

Planned Courses for Spring 2018

PHIL 301: Modern Philosophy (Earl)
PHIL 310: Philosophical Themes in Literature (German Literature) (Rauhut, Schmidt)
PHIL 311: Ethical Theory (Holiday)
PHIL 318: Business Ethics (various instructors)
PHIL 319: Environmental Ethics (Trerise)
PHIL 390: Special Topics in Applied Ethics (Philosophical Issues in Race, Gender, and Justice) (Oxley)

RELG 301: Hebrew Bible / Old Testament (Todd)
RELG 323: Christianity: Sects and Practice (Binyam)
RELG 331: The Qur'an (Halverson)
RELG 350: Lives of Hindu and Buddhist Saints (Green)
RELG 356: Islam in America (Halverson)

(Scheduled and planned courses subject to change, other courses to be announced.)

For other courses offered by the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, see the CCU Catalog.