PHIL 300. Philosophical Concepts. 3 Hours.

Semester course; 3 lecture hours. 3 credits. Prerequisites: PHIL 101, PHIL 103 or PHIL 104; and PHIL 221 or PHIL 222; and one more PHIL course; or permission of instructor. An introduction to basic philosophical concepts and distinctions to be used throughout various areas of philosophy. These concepts and distinctions include universals/particulars, realism/anti-realism, intension/extension, modality, possible worlds, analytic/synthetic, a priori/a posteriori, linguistic/mental content and internalism/externalism.

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

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...1 If PHIL 201 or PHIL 221 is...requirements and guidelines: All 300 level SLWK prerequisite...

Art History, Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

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...any 300-level HIST course) 12 Humanities 3XX (AFAM, ANTH, RELS, GSWS, ENGL, PHIL, WRLD...

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

http://bulletin.vcu.edu/undergraduate/engineering/electrical-computer-engineering/computer-engineering-bs/

...301 Differential Equations 3 PHIL 201 Introduction to...technical courses at the 300 level or above...

Anatomy and Neurobiology, Master of Science (M.S.)

http://bulletin.vcu.edu/graduate/school-medicine/anatomy-neurobiology-ms/

...scores of at least 300 for the verbal...Raymond J. Colello, D.Phil. Associate professor and...