A non-historical approach to philosophy for serious students interested in the professions or for professionals interested in focusing on topics of professional or personal significance. Section offerings are sufficiently diverse to acquaint serious students or professionals with the extensive scope of philosophy. Diverse areas such as philosophy of religion, philosophy of science, aesthetics, philosophy of law, business ethics, biomedical ethics, philosophy of language, etc. may be the current topic offered that semester. Topics vary each semester and with each instructor.
- Category 5: Humanities and Fine Arts
- Social Sciences
- Humanities and Fine Arts
Credit for Prior College-Level Learning
Determined by department