PHIL 1: Intro to Philosophy
PHIL 5: Ethics
PHIL 12: Comparative Religion
PHIL 13: Intro to the Old Testament
PHIL 14: Intro to New Testament
PHIL 20: Logic
PHIL 25: Critical Thinking
||Philosophy courses are designed to teach critical thinking skills, argumentation and philosophical concepts. Students think about basic questions in life to determine better answers. |
The courses are designed to meet:
critical thinking course requirements (PHIL 25)
major requirements (nursing, engineering, law and philosophy)
everyday thinking about ethics, metaphysics, political theory and epistemology.
Philosophy classes provide a strong foundation for any college major. Ethics pertains to all professions, as well as, personal decision-making. If you major in philosophy, you are prepared for an advanced degree in law or theology, particularly. With the critical thinking skills you develop in a philosophy major, you can let a future employer you have the ability to see many sides to a problem, the ability to reason toward the best solution, and to list details related to the analysis.
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