Long-Term Course Rotation

The following chart is a tentative schedule of Philosophy course offerings.  In addition to these courses, at faculty and student requests, various special “Topics” and “Readings” courses will be offered as well as Honors Tutorials and Internships. In addition, the core courses PHIL 1301: Philosophy for Living, PHIL 2305: Critical Thinking, PHIL 2325: Contemporary Moral Problems, and PHIL 2360: Gender, Race, and Class are offered each fall and spring semester and some combination of these is offered each summer as well.

Spring 2021
PHIL 2310: Introduction to Logic
PHIL 3302: Modern Philosophy
PHIL 3303: Nineteenth Century Philosophy
PHIL 3320: Ethics
PHIL 3330: Philosophy of Law
PHIL 3340: Critical Theories of Race
PHIL 3360: Philosophy of the Arts
PHIL 4320: Applied Ethics

The following is a tentative schedule of Religious Studies course offerings. In addition to these courses, at faculty and student requests, various special “Topics” and “Readings” courses will be offered as well as Honors Tutorials and Internships. In addition, the core course RELG 1320: World Religions is offered every semester, including the summer terms and RELG 1330: Exploring Religion is offered every fall semester.

Spring 2021
RELG 3333: Christian Scriptures
RELG 3315: Topics in Religious Studies
RELG 3330: Religion and Gender
Fall 2021

RELG 3300: Religion in the United States
RELG 3332: Jewish Scriptures
RELG xxxx: Religion and Popular Culture
RELG 3320: Contemporary Religious Thought
RELG 3352: Asian Philosophy and Religion

Spring 2022

PHIL 3304: American Pragmatism
RELG 3301: Theories of Religion
PHIL 3331: Philosophy of Religion
RELG 3345: African American Religious Thought

Fall 2022

RELG 3325: Buddhism
RELG 3335: Judaism
RELG 3340: Religion, Science, and Technology
RELG 3342: New and Alternative Religious Movements

 
 
 
 
 

 

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