The courses offered by the Philosophy program allow its students to develop the logical and critical skills needed to read intelligently and to think clearly, to learn how Philosophy developed over the centuries, and to appreciate the contributions of the great philosophers to Western culture. The study of Philosophy reveals the complexity of reality and the difficulty of the problems to be faced in the search for truth. Philosophy courses are needed to satisfy the core curriculum.
PHIL 1301 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 1304 World Religions
PHIL 1316 History of Religion I
PHIL 1317 History of Religion II
PHIL 2306 Introduction to Ethics
Career opportunities for Philosophy major graduates:
Political and social analysts
Carol Hanes, Dean
Fine Arts, Room 122
Vicky Ferguson, Asst Dean
Administration, Rm 207
Carey Ford, Ph.D., Professor
Administration, Rm 251
Backpacking the World
American Sign Language
**Tuition cost reflects a 15-credit hour semester for in-district students for the 2013-2014 academic year.
Cost does not include labs, fees, books, or supplies. Program costs are approximate and cost is subject to change.
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