1003 -- Introduction to Philosophy -- 3 credit
Survey of the basic questions of knowledge and
existence. Explores methods of philosophical reasoning in
addressing human identity, worldview, epistemology, hermeneutics,
natural law, the problem of evil, free will, and human
nature. Includes both traditional and contemporary
voices. General Education: Core --
Inquiry & Analysis.
3003 -- Ethics -- 3 credit hours
Explores questions of the nature and ground of virtue,
wisdom, and the good life. Considers ethical theories
including deontology, utilitarianism, and virtue ethics.
Particular attention is paid to making principled choices in
practical situations. Includes responsibilities of the
individual and society in both traditional and contemporary moral
debates. Recommended: Sophomore
classification or higher. Course Rotation:
Spring. General Education:
Intermediate -- Engaged Local & Global Citizenship.