• Philosophy 1301: Introduction to Philosophy  

    What is the nature of reality?  What can we know about reality?  What is the right way to live?  In this course, students will study and discuss the perennial problems of human existence through the reading of the world's great books, including Plato's Republic and Descartes' Meditations on First Philosophy.  

    Philosophy 2306: Introduction to Ethics  

    What is the right way to live?  What qualities must I have in order to be a good person?  In this course, students study many of the important ethical theories in the history of philosophy and apply those theories to contemporary moral problems.  The purpose of the course is to give each student the opportunity to think about and discuss ethical questions and answers with their fellow students while being guided by an instructor.  Students will also be given the opportunity to write about the ethical theories and moral problems they encounter in the course, which enable them to develop the ability to formulate and express their thoughts in a coherent manner.    

    Philosophy 2306: Introduction to Ethics Online  

    What is the right way to live?  What qualities must I have in order to be a good person?  In this course, students study many of the important ethical theories in the history of philosophy and apply those theories to contemporary moral problems.  The purpose of the course is to give each student the opportunity to think about and discuss ethical questions and answers with their fellow students while being guided by an instructor.  Students will also be given the opportunity to write about the ethical theories and moral problems they encounter in the course, which enable them to develop the ability to formulate and express their thoughts in a coherent manner.