PHIL 101. Introduction to Philosophy. 3 Hours.

Semester course; 3 lecture hours. 3 credits. An introduction to some of the main branches of philosophy. Some of the issues that might be addressed are: What is knowledge? Is reason or experience the basis for all knowledge? Can we have knowledge of the past or of the future? What is truth? Does God exist? Is there a mental realm separate from the material realm? Are the laws of nature deterministic? Do we have free will? What makes an action morally permissible? What is the proper role of the state in regulating our lives? This course is directed primarily at first- and second-year students.

Social Work, Bachelor of (B.S.W.)

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...3 PHIL 201 Introduction to Ethics 3 PHIL...to Anthropology 3 ECON 101/INTL 102 Introduction...

Computer Engineering, Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

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