Spring Semester 2015

  1. Philosophy (PHIL)

  2. Course Number Course Name Credits
  3. A101 *Intro to Logic 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   08:30AM-9:45AM
      ADM 148
      Dodd, D 0

      CRN: 33024
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Develops formal and informal reasoning skills, introduces deductive logic via statement logic, analyzes arguments and introduces scientific and inductive reasoning, reviews common fallacies and methods for evaluating arguments.

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    3.   T R   10:00AM-11:15AM
      ARTS 117
      Dodd, D 0

      CRN: 33025
      Section: 003
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Develops formal and informal reasoning skills, introduces deductive logic via statement logic, analyzes arguments and introduces scientific and inductive reasoning, reviews common fallacies and methods for evaluating arguments.

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    4.  M W    01:00PM-2:20PM
      ER 222
      Jamison, W 1

      CRN: 36761
      Section: 192
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Develops formal and informal reasoning skills, introduces deductive logic via statement logic, analyzes arguments and introduces scientific and inductive reasoning, reviews common fallacies and methods for evaluating arguments.

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    5.     R   06:30PM-9:15PM
      ER 230
      Medred, K 10

      CRN: 39386
      Section: 193
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Develops formal and informal reasoning skills, introduces deductive logic via statement logic, analyzes arguments and introduces scientific and inductive reasoning, reviews common fallacies and methods for evaluating arguments.

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    6.  M W    01:00PM-2:20PM
      ER 222
      Jamison, W 1

      CRN: 36762
      Section: 1M2
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Develops formal and informal reasoning skills, introduces deductive logic via statement logic, analyzes arguments and introduces scientific and inductive reasoning, reviews common fallacies and methods for evaluating arguments.

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      DISTANCE
      Joy Jr., D 0

      CRN: 33023
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Develops formal and informal reasoning skills, introduces deductive logic via statement logic, analyzes arguments and introduces scientific and inductive reasoning, reviews common fallacies and methods for evaluating arguments.

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      DISTANCE
      Deery III, H 1

      CRN: 39782
      Section: 202
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Develops formal and informal reasoning skills, introduces deductive logic via statement logic, analyzes arguments and introduces scientific and inductive reasoning, reviews common fallacies and methods for evaluating arguments.

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      DISTANCE
      Voltura, G 6

      CRN: 38557
      Section: 265
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Develops formal and informal reasoning skills, introduces deductive logic via statement logic, analyzes arguments and introduces scientific and inductive reasoning, reviews common fallacies and methods for evaluating arguments.

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    10.        
      DISTANCE
      Medred, K 2

      CRN: 39918
      Section: 291
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Develops formal and informal reasoning skills, introduces deductive logic via statement logic, analyzes arguments and introduces scientific and inductive reasoning, reviews common fallacies and methods for evaluating arguments.

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      DISTANCE
      Wollert, E 3

      CRN: 38593
      Section: PX1
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04

      Develops formal and informal reasoning skills, introduces deductive logic via statement logic, analyzes arguments and introduces scientific and inductive reasoning, reviews common fallacies and methods for evaluating arguments.

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    Develops formal and informal reasoning skills, introduces deductive logic via statement logic, analyzes arguments and introduces scientific and inductive reasoning, reviews common fallacies and methods for evaluating arguments.

  4. A201 *Intro to Philosophy 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    05:30PM-6:45PM
      ADM 148
      Deery III, H 1

      CRN: 33031
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces works of major influential thinkers, both ancient and modern, focusing on the Western philosophical tradition. Emphasizes central problems of knowledge, reality, and good and evil.

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    3.     R   05:30PM-8:15PM
      ADM 148
      Jonsson, S 9

      CRN: 33032
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces works of major influential thinkers, both ancient and modern, focusing on the Western philosophical tradition. Emphasizes central problems of knowledge, reality, and good and evil.

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    4.  M W    07:00PM-8:15PM
      ADM 148
      Deery III, H 14

      CRN: 33033
      Section: 003
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces works of major influential thinkers, both ancient and modern, focusing on the Western philosophical tradition. Emphasizes central problems of knowledge, reality, and good and evil.

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    5.   T R   01:00PM-2:15PM
      ER 222
      Jamison, W 2

      CRN: 33035
      Section: 191
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces works of major influential thinkers, both ancient and modern, focusing on the Western philosophical tradition. Emphasizes central problems of knowledge, reality, and good and evil.

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    6.   T R   01:00PM-2:15PM
      ER 222
      Jamison, W 5

      CRN: 33832
      Section: 1M1
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces works of major influential thinkers, both ancient and modern, focusing on the Western philosophical tradition. Emphasizes central problems of knowledge, reality, and good and evil.

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    7.        
      DISTANCE
      Jonsson, S 0

      CRN: 33034
      Section: 202
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces works of major influential thinkers, both ancient and modern, focusing on the Western philosophical tradition. Emphasizes central problems of knowledge, reality, and good and evil.

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    8.        
      DISTANCE
      Jamison, W 0

      CRN: 36898
      Section: 203
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces works of major influential thinkers, both ancient and modern, focusing on the Western philosophical tradition. Emphasizes central problems of knowledge, reality, and good and evil.

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    9.        
      DISTANCE
      Deery III, H 0

      CRN: 39781
      Section: 204
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces works of major influential thinkers, both ancient and modern, focusing on the Western philosophical tradition. Emphasizes central problems of knowledge, reality, and good and evil.

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    10.        
      DISTANCE
      Voltura, G 10

      CRN: 38556
      Section: 265
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Introduces works of major influential thinkers, both ancient and modern, focusing on the Western philosophical tradition. Emphasizes central problems of knowledge, reality, and good and evil.

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      WEB
      Theno, C 4

      CRN: 37867
      Section: IWB
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04

      Introduces works of major influential thinkers, both ancient and modern, focusing on the Western philosophical tradition. Emphasizes central problems of knowledge, reality, and good and evil.

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      DISTANCE
      Johnson, C 7

      CRN: 38643
      Section: PX1
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04

      Introduces works of major influential thinkers, both ancient and modern, focusing on the Western philosophical tradition. Emphasizes central problems of knowledge, reality, and good and evil.

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    Introduces works of major influential thinkers, both ancient and modern, focusing on the Western philosophical tradition. Emphasizes central problems of knowledge, reality, and good and evil.

  5. A211 *History of Philosophy I 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Johnson, C 15

      CRN: 38594
      Section: PX1
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04

      Survey of primarily Western philosophy from the pre-Socratic era through the late Middle Ages. Traces development of scientific, metaphysical, epistemological and ethical thought with emphasis on pivotal historical figures and debates.

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    Survey of primarily Western philosophy from the pre-Socratic era through the late Middle Ages. Traces development of scientific, metaphysical, epistemological and ethical thought with emphasis on pivotal historical figures and debates.

  6. A212 *History of Philosophy II 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.    W    05:30PM-8:15PM
      ADM 142
      Kelly Jr, T 17

      CRN: 33038
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Survey of philosophy from the Scientific Revolution through German Idealism (Modern Period). Traces the development of scientific, metaphysical, epistemological and ethical though with emphasis on historical texts.

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    3.   T R   11:15AM-12:30PM
      ER 222
      Jamison, W 5

      CRN: 33039
      Section: 191
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Survey of philosophy from the Scientific Revolution through German Idealism (Modern Period). Traces the development of scientific, metaphysical, epistemological and ethical though with emphasis on historical texts.

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    4.   T R   11:15AM-12:30PM
      ER 222
      Jamison, W 4

      CRN: 33833
      Section: 1M1
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Survey of philosophy from the Scientific Revolution through German Idealism (Modern Period). Traces the development of scientific, metaphysical, epistemological and ethical though with emphasis on historical texts.

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      DISTANCE
      Allhoff III, F 19

      CRN: 38595
      Section: PX1
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04

      Survey of philosophy from the Scientific Revolution through German Idealism (Modern Period). Traces the development of scientific, metaphysical, epistemological and ethical though with emphasis on historical texts.

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    Survey of philosophy from the Scientific Revolution through German Idealism (Modern Period). Traces the development of scientific, metaphysical, epistemological and ethical though with emphasis on historical texts.

  7. A231 Truth, Beauty, and Goodness 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Johnson, C 31

      CRN: 38596
      Section: PX1
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04

      Integrated approach to the study of critical and normative thinking, including: standards of truth in logic, mathematics, and science; standards of ethical goodness, and standards for the critical appraisal of art and the beautiful.
      Crosslisted with LSIC A231.

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    Integrated approach to the study of critical and normative thinking, including: standards of truth in logic, mathematics, and science; standards of ethical goodness, and standards for the critical appraisal of art and the beautiful.
    Crosslisted with LSIC A231.

  8. A301 *Ethics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     02:30PM-5:15PM
      ADM 142
      Anthony, R 15

      CRN: 33041
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      An introduction to major theories in normative ethics and metaethics, and the arguments of important moral philosophers. Emphasis on critical reasoning, as well as evaluation and analysis of arguments. Includes the application of ethical theory to contemporary moral issues, such as rights and distributive justice, environmental and animal issues, abortion, terrorism, and euthanasia.

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    3.   T R   10:00AM-11:15AM
      ADM 142
      Bauer, S 0

      CRN: 33042
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      An introduction to major theories in normative ethics and metaethics, and the arguments of important moral philosophers. Emphasis on critical reasoning, as well as evaluation and analysis of arguments. Includes the application of ethical theory to contemporary moral issues, such as rights and distributive justice, environmental and animal issues, abortion, terrorism, and euthanasia.

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    4.   T R   11:30AM-12:45PM
      ADM 148
      Dodd, D 9

      CRN: 33043
      Section: 003
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      An introduction to major theories in normative ethics and metaethics, and the arguments of important moral philosophers. Emphasis on critical reasoning, as well as evaluation and analysis of arguments. Includes the application of ethical theory to contemporary moral issues, such as rights and distributive justice, environmental and animal issues, abortion, terrorism, and euthanasia.

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      DISTANCE
      Anthony, R 1

      CRN: 33045
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      An introduction to major theories in normative ethics and metaethics, and the arguments of important moral philosophers. Emphasis on critical reasoning, as well as evaluation and analysis of arguments. Includes the application of ethical theory to contemporary moral issues, such as rights and distributive justice, environmental and animal issues, abortion, terrorism, and euthanasia.

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    An introduction to major theories in normative ethics and metaethics, and the arguments of important moral philosophers. Emphasis on critical reasoning, as well as evaluation and analysis of arguments. Includes the application of ethical theory to contemporary moral issues, such as rights and distributive justice, environmental and animal issues, abortion, terrorism, and euthanasia.

  9. A302 Biomedical Ethics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    02:30PM-3:45PM
      ADM 148
      Kelly Jr, T 1

      CRN: 33048
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      An in-depth exploration of current bioethical issues affecting the delivery of health care services. Theories of ethics and related principles are explored as a basis for professional decision-making and public policy determination. The focus of the course is the process of ethical inquiry and its relevance for contemporary health practices, research and education.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior standing.

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      DISTANCE
      Allhoff III, F 0

      CRN: 33046
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      An in-depth exploration of current bioethical issues affecting the delivery of health care services. Theories of ethics and related principles are explored as a basis for professional decision-making and public policy determination. The focus of the course is the process of ethical inquiry and its relevance for contemporary health practices, research and education.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior standing.

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      DISTANCE
      Kelly Jr, T 0

      CRN: 33049
      Section: 202
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      An in-depth exploration of current bioethical issues affecting the delivery of health care services. Theories of ethics and related principles are explored as a basis for professional decision-making and public policy determination. The focus of the course is the process of ethical inquiry and its relevance for contemporary health practices, research and education.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior standing.

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      DISTANCE
      Potter, J 0

      CRN: 33047
      Section: 203
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      An in-depth exploration of current bioethical issues affecting the delivery of health care services. Theories of ethics and related principles are explored as a basis for professional decision-making and public policy determination. The focus of the course is the process of ethical inquiry and its relevance for contemporary health practices, research and education.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior standing.

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    An in-depth exploration of current bioethical issues affecting the delivery of health care services. Theories of ethics and related principles are explored as a basis for professional decision-making and public policy determination. The focus of the course is the process of ethical inquiry and its relevance for contemporary health practices, research and education.
    Registration Restrictions: Junior standing.

  10. A303 Environmental Ethics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.    W    02:30PM-5:15PM
      SSB 250
      Anthony, R 7

      CRN: 33050
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Historical and comparative analysis of Western, non- Western, indigenous and Native American philosophies, concerning the intrinsic, aesthetic and use values of nature and the land. Contemporary environmental ethics, including deep ecology, the land ethic, ecofeminism, and animal rights theories will be examined in detail. There will also be a focus on the ethical issues surrounding contemporary environmental controversies, such as land management, wildlife management, wilderness designation, sustainability, biodiversity and species preservation, private property and public commons, environmental racism, human overpopulation, development versus preservation, laboratory use of animals, vivisection, animal farming, subsistence, and sports hunting.
      Crosslisted with ENVI A303.

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    Historical and comparative analysis of Western, non- Western, indigenous and Native American philosophies, concerning the intrinsic, aesthetic and use values of nature and the land. Contemporary environmental ethics, including deep ecology, the land ethic, ecofeminism, and animal rights theories will be examined in detail. There will also be a focus on the ethical issues surrounding contemporary environmental controversies, such as land management, wildlife management, wilderness designation, sustainability, biodiversity and species preservation, private property and public commons, environmental racism, human overpopulation, development versus preservation, laboratory use of animals, vivisection, animal farming, subsistence, and sports hunting.
    Crosslisted with ENVI A303.

  11. A305 *Professional Ethics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    02:30PM-3:45PM
      ARTS 117
      Potter, J 0

      CRN: 33051
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Focuses on the duties of professionals to their clients and society, and examines the dilemmas that are created when these duties come in conflict with one another and with the duties of general morality. Uses case studies highlighting issues in engineering, information technology, law, medicine, journalism and other professions.

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    3.  M W    04:00PM-5:15PM
      ADM 145
      Potter, J 0

      CRN: 33052
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Focuses on the duties of professionals to their clients and society, and examines the dilemmas that are created when these duties come in conflict with one another and with the duties of general morality. Uses case studies highlighting issues in engineering, information technology, law, medicine, journalism and other professions.

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    Focuses on the duties of professionals to their clients and society, and examines the dilemmas that are created when these duties come in conflict with one another and with the duties of general morality. Uses case studies highlighting issues in engineering, information technology, law, medicine, journalism and other professions.

  12. A314 *Western Religions 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    08:30AM-9:45AM
      ESH 204
      Hanson, K 4

      CRN: 33053
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Study of three Western monotheisms--Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Covers basic tenets, practices and histories of the monotheisms. Examines the intersections of religion with contemporary concerns such as gender, ethnicity, and violence.

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    3.  M W    10:00AM-11:15AM
      ESH 206
      Hanson, K 0

      CRN: 33054
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Study of three Western monotheisms--Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Covers basic tenets, practices and histories of the monotheisms. Examines the intersections of religion with contemporary concerns such as gender, ethnicity, and violence.

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    4.   T     02:30PM-5:15PM
      WARD 115
      Landen, P 11

      CRN: 37868
      Section: I10
      Date Range: 01/12-05/04

      Study of three Western monotheisms--Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Covers basic tenets, practices and histories of the monotheisms. Examines the intersections of religion with contemporary concerns such as gender, ethnicity, and violence.

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    Study of three Western monotheisms--Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Covers basic tenets, practices and histories of the monotheisms. Examines the intersections of religion with contemporary concerns such as gender, ethnicity, and violence.

  13. A321 Philosophy of Religion 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    10:00AM-11:15AM
      ESH 205
      Potter, J 19

      CRN: 38922
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      An advanced study of current issues in philosophy of religion including topics such as the existence of God, the nature of divine attributes, the problem of evil, science and religion, the meaningfulness of religious language, the epistemology of religious experience, and non-western perspectives on religion, with an emphasis on critical reasoning, argument evaluation, and analysis.

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    An advanced study of current issues in philosophy of religion including topics such as the existence of God, the nature of divine attributes, the problem of evil, science and religion, the meaningfulness of religious language, the epistemology of religious experience, and non-western perspectives on religion, with an emphasis on critical reasoning, argument evaluation, and analysis.

  14. A421 Philosophy of the Sciences 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    10:00AM-11:15AM
      ADM 142
      Dodd, D 13

      CRN: 36900
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      A general introduction to the philosophical problems common to the physical, biological, behavioral, and social sciences, focusing on issues concerning method, epistemology, modes of explanation, and the differences between the natural and the human sciences.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing.

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    A general introduction to the philosophical problems common to the physical, biological, behavioral, and social sciences, focusing on issues concerning method, epistemology, modes of explanation, and the differences between the natural and the human sciences.
    Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing.

  15. A490 Topics in Contemporary Phil 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   02:30PM-3:45PM
      ADM 283
      Bauer, S 6

      CRN: 36901
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02
      Section Title: Mind & Morality

      An intensive and detailed study of a topic in contemporary philosophy in a seminar format.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior standing.

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    An intensive and detailed study of a topic in contemporary philosophy in a seminar format.
    Registration Restrictions: Junior standing.

  16. A495 Service Learn Applied Ethics 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Bauer, S 5

      CRN: 33058
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Work with a community partner in an area related to applied ethics. A service learning project will be identified and coordinated by a faculty committee in cooperation with a community partner, as related to the student's interests. Students will use the project as a means of applying and reflecting on relevant ethical concepts, decision-making, and practical reasoning skills.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior standing.

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    Work with a community partner in an area related to applied ethics. A service learning project will be identified and coordinated by a faculty committee in cooperation with a community partner, as related to the student's interests. Students will use the project as a means of applying and reflecting on relevant ethical concepts, decision-making, and practical reasoning skills.
    Registration Restrictions: Junior standing.

  17. A497 Independent Study 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR ARR
      Dodd, D 0

      CRN: 40361
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02
      Section Title: Advanced Logic

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  18. A498 Senior Research Project 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Bauer, S 5

      CRN: 33059
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/12-05/02

      Senior-level course in which the student will engage in independent research on a topic of his or her choosing under the supervision of a faculty member. The course culminates with the completion of a research paper of significant length prepared to publication standards.
      Registration Restrictions: Senior standing, 9 credits of philosophy in addition to the prerequisites, and faculty permission.

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    Senior-level course in which the student will engage in independent research on a topic of his or her choosing under the supervision of a faculty member. The course culminates with the completion of a research paper of significant length prepared to publication standards.
    Registration Restrictions: Senior standing, 9 credits of philosophy in addition to the prerequisites, and faculty permission.

* - Course meets a GER requirement