Jan 26, 2021  
Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Numbering System Each course in the curriculum is defined by an alphabetical prefix and a 3-digit number. The 3-digit number indicates the level of study: 100- and 200-level courses are lower division; 300- and 400-level courses are upper division; 500-, 600- and 700- level courses are graduate courses.

When a W is added to the end of the course number, this means that the course will satisfy the Writing Requirement. However, not all sections of courses with a W meet the writing requirement. Refer to the schedule of classes to see which sections of the course are designated as W.

000-level course designation Developmental courses for ESL students; placement determined by testing of entering students.

100-level course designation Courses with no prerequisites, survey courses or courses defining basic concepts and presenting the terminology of a discipline.

200-level course designation Courses of intermediate college-level difficulty, courses with 100-level course(s) as prerequisite(s) or survey courses devoted to particular areas or fields within a discipline.

300-level course designation Courses of advanced college-level difficulty taken by majors and upper-division students; these are often considered to be courses in the major, offered for students clearly interested in and qualified in the subject.

400-level course designation Advanced upper-division courses and/or seminars, tutorials and honors courses for majors and upperdivision students.

Alphabetical Prefixes The following prefixes are used, preceding the 3-digit number, to designate the field of study. They are listed here alphabetically, with the department or program and field to which they pertain. Specific departments and programs appear alphabetically in the table of contents, the index and the HEGIS Code  section. 
 

 

Nursing

Note: Students who fail a core prerequisite course in a nursing sequence may not proceed to the next course in the sequence without repeating the failed course. In order to  continue in the Nursing major, students must receive minimum grades of “C” in all required nursing courses. Only one failed required nursing course is repeatable only once by  students who have received a “D” or less. Students who fail a second required nursing course in the sequence may not repeat that course and may not continue in the major. This  policy applies even though a grade appeal is in progress.

  
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    NURS 41000 - Nursing III


    Provides a knowledge base for effective nursing care of middle-aged clients. Concepts and principles of service-learning are discussed and integrated into a professional practice paradigm.
    Material Fee: $50
    prereq: NURS 20000, 31000, 31200, 33100, 33200
    18 hrs (4 lec, 14 lab) 8
    offered fall
  
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    NURS 41200 - Nursing IV


    Provides knowledge base for effective nursing care of elderly clients. Principles of service-learning are integrated into selected community experiences to promote civic engagement.
    prereq: NURS 41000
    18 hrs (4 lec, 14 lab) 8
    offered spring
  
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    NURS 41900 - Nursing Management and Leadership in the Health Care System


    Study of principles of nursing management, leadership, and research processes in health care system.
    prereq: NURS 20000, 31000, 31200, 33100, 33200
    2 hrs 2
    offered spring
  
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    NURS 42000 - Nursing Leadership and Management (A2DP)


    Open to Accelerated 2nd Degree students only. Study of principles of nursing management, leadership and roles in health care systems.

     
    prereq: NURS 20000, 31000, 31200, 33100, 33200, 34300, 38000
    coreq: NURS 41200
    3 hrs 3 cr.

  
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    NURS 42100 - Nursing and Society


    Analysis of issues and trends in nursing and health care from societal perspective, including opportunities for collaborative practice through service-learning.
    prereq: NURS 20000, 31000, 31200, 33100, 33200, 41000, 41900
    2 hrs 2
    offered spring
  
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    NURS 48000 - Promotion of Wellness in the Community


    Open to RN Pathway students only. Examination of family and community patterns as they relate to individual clients of all ages. Principles of service- learning are used in community-based clinical experiences to promote civic engagement.
    prereq: NURS 37900, 38100, 38400
    7.5 hrs (3 lec, 4.5 practicum) 4.5 cr.
  
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    NURS 48200 - Advancement of Roles and Relationships in Professional Nursing


    Open to RN Pathway students only. Explores the roles and relationships in nursing with a focus on leadership as the key to the professionalism of nursing. Principles of service-learning are reflected in the ongoing development of the professional role. This is the last course in the RN Pathway Program.
    prereq: NURS 37900 prereq or coreq: NURS 38000, 38100, 38400, 48000
    3 hrs 3 cr.

Nursing: Electives

  
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    NURS 34000 - Women’s Health


    PD/C
    Designed to identify and analyze those factors which impact on the health status of women: biological, sociological, psychological, environmental, political.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NURS 34200 - Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice


    Open to RN Pathway and senior Generic Pathway students only. Examines ethical issues which arise from the practice of nursing in an interpersonal, professional, institutional and social context of diverse and competing values.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NURS 34300 - Patterns of Biological Disruptions


    Emphasizes biological disruptions that are pathobiological and their influence on levels of wellness across the life span. Strongly recommended for Generic Pathway seniors.
    prereq or coreq:

    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NURS 34500 - HIV/AIDS: An Interdisciplinary Perspective for Health Care Providers


    Examines the impact of the HIV epidemic on the biological, psychological and social dimensions of persons affected by HIV/AIDS.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NURS 34600 - Death and Dying


    P/D B
    Provides an overview of current theories, concepts, and practices associated with death, dying and end-of-life care.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NURS 35000 - Independent Study in Nursing


    An opportunity to explore a topic relevant to nursing which is of individual interest.
    1-3 hrs 1-3 cr.
  
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    NURS 35100 - Gender, Science and Technology


    PD/C
    Explores the complex relationship between women and the sciences.
    cross-listed WGSS 35100
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NURS 39998 - Urban Disaster Response and the Health Care Team


    Provides the student with an understanding of the causes, prevention, and mitigation of disasters and insight into the disaster management system nationally and locally. The course will include content relevant to all disciplines in the disaster care continuum and focus on each individual health care member’s role and responsibilities within these systems.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NURS 44000 - Stress Management for Nurses


    An overview of stress and its effect upon behavior within the framework of the holistic man-wellness model.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NURS 44100 - Selected Studies in Nursing Research


    Honors course. Utilization of basic knowledge in nursing research to critique and interpret studies and discuss their relevance and application in nursing.
    prereq: NURS 31000, 31200, 33100, 33200, 38000, 38100
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NURS 44200 - Nursing Care of Acute and Critically Ill Clients


    Examination of nursing knowledge and roles in caring for acute and critically ill clients and their families.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NURS 44500 - Teaching-Learning Across the Developmental and Health Continua


    Pedagogical/androgogical principles of learning and instruction to enhance client teaching in the promotion, maintenance and/or restoration of health.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NURS 45000 - Computer Concepts and Application in Nursing


    Study of computing concepts, principles, practices, and applications in nursing and health care.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NURS 48300 - Politics of Health


    An analysis of the relationships between politics and health status, health services and health care providers.
    3 hrs 3 cr.

Nutrition and Food Sciences

  
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    NFS 13100 - Food Science I


    Basic principles of the chemical and physical nature of foods, food sanitation and safety; the nutritional value of food in relation to storage, processing and preparation.
    Open to all students.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NFS 14100 - Nutrition


    Fundamentals of the science of nutrition as they apply to individuals and society.
    Open to all students.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NFS 33200 - Cultural Aspects of Food and Nutrition


    Study of the way in which cultural, social and technological factors influence food behavior and dietary patterns.
    Open to NFS majors only and need department permission.
    prereq: NFS 13100, 14100, ANTHP 10100, SOC 101))
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NFS 33300 - Nutrition Education


    Introduction to the theories and principles of the teaching-learning process in the field of nutrition.
    Open to NFS majors only and need department permission.
    prereq: NFS 13100, 14100
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NFS 33500 - Institutional Management


    Overview of the theories, functions and tasks of management. Discussion of labor and effective methods for directing an operation with applications drawn from food service.
    Open to NFS majors only and need department permission.
    prereq: NFS 13100, 14100, ECO 10000
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NFS 34200 - Nutrition and Human Development


    Nutritional needs throughout the life cycle: pregnancy, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood and later years.
    Open to NFS majors only and need department permission.
    prereq: NFS 13100, 14100
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NFS 36100 - Food and the Consumer


    Food issues; food services available to the consumer;responsibilities of the private and public sectors.
    Open to NFS majors only and need department permission.
    prereq: NFS 13100, 14100, 33100, ECO 10000
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NFS 40100 - Techniques of Communication in Nutrition


    Theory/practice of communications skills for nutritionists/food scientists. Includes food demonstrations, public relations, and advertising.
    Open to NFS majors only and need department permission.
    prereq: NFS 33300
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NFS 40200 - Seminar in Nutrition and Food Science


    Research in nutrition and food science; examination of professional goals.
    Open to NFS majors only and need department permission.
    prereq: NFS 13100, 14100
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NFS 43100 - Experimental Foods


    Scientific approach to food testing; use of instruments and techniques in food and nutrition laboratories.
    Open to NFS majors only and need department permission.
    prereq: NFS 33100, 34100
    5 hrs (2 lec, 3 lab) 3 cr.
  
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    NFS 43400 - Nutrition and the Elderly


    Psychological, psychosocial, and economic problems of the elderly; how needs are met by government and private agencies. Application of nutrition to these problems.
    Open to NFS majors only and need department permission.
    prereq or coreq: NFS 34200, PSYCH 10000, SOC 10100
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NFS 43500 - Food Service Systems


    The organization and administration of a food service operation from the systems approach on the tactical and strategic level, stressing learning activities and competencies required by the American Dietetic Association.
    Open to NFS majors only and need department permission.
    prereq: NFS 13100, 14100
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NFS 44100 - Community Nutrition


    Analysis of nutrition services, legislation and policy; role and function of community nutritionists; nutrition education in a community setting.
    Open to NFS majors only and need department permission.
    prereq: NFS 13100, 14100
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    NFS 44351 - Practicum in Nutrition and Food Science


    Practicum in institutions, agencies, business and research firms; projects.
    Open to NFS majors only and need department permission.
    prereq: NFS 13100, 14100
    7 hrs (1 lec, 6 lab) 3 cr.
  
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    NFS 44352 - Practicum in Nutrition and Food Science


    Practicum in institutions, agencies, business and research firms; projects.
    Open to NFS majors only and need department permission.
    prereq: NFS 44200
    7 hrs (1 lec, 6 lab) 3 cr.
  
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    NFS 44354 - Practicum in Nutrition and Food Science


    Practicum in institutions, agencies, business and research firms; projects.
    Open to NFS majors only and need department permission.
    prereq: NFS 44200
    7 hrs (1 lec, 6 lab) 3 cr.
  
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    NFS 44355 - Practicum in Nutrition and Food Science


    Practicum in institutions, agencies, business and research firms; projects.
    Open to NFS majors only and need department permission.
    prereq: NFS 44200
    7 hrs (1 lec, 6 lab) 3 cr.
  
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    NFS 44356 - Practicum in Nutrition and Food Science


    Practicum in institutions, agencies, business and research firms; projects.
    Open to NFS majors only and need department permission.
    prereq: NFS 44200
    7 hrs (1 lec, 6 lab) 3 cr.
  
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    NFS 48031 - Independent Study in Nutrition and Food Science


    Open to NFS majors only and need department permission.
    prereq: NFS 44200, perm dept. chair
    hrs TBA 1 – 3 cr.
    Respectively may be taken 1 or 2 sem.
  
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    NFS 48032 - Independent Study in Nutrition and Food Science


    Open to NFS majors only and need department permission.
    prereq: NFS 44200, perm dept. chair
    hrs TBA 1 – 3 cr.
    Respectively may be taken 1 or 2 sem.
  
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    NFS 49000 - Honors in Nutrition and Food Science


    Supervised independent research project. A written report or suitable presentation is required. Proposal must be presented the semester before work is done.
    prereq: NFS 44200, perm NFS coordinator
    hrs TBA 3 cr.

Philosophy: Introductory Courses

  
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    PHILO 10100 - Introduction to Philosophy


    GER 2/C
    Examination of basic philosophical questions through study of selected philosophical classics.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
    offered each semester
  
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    PHILO 10300 - Introduction to Logic and Critical Thinking


    GER 2/C
    Recognizing arguments; traditional logic including concepts, propositions, categorical, hypothetical and disjunctive syllogisms; argument structure, natural language argumentation, fallacies.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
    offered each semester
  
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    PHILO 10400 - Introduction to Ethics


    GER 2/C
    Examination of standards of right conduct and the good life through study of selected philosophical classics.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
    offered each semester
  
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    PHILO 10600 - Philosophy, Politics and Society


    GER 2/C PD/D
    Introduction to social and political philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
    offered each semester
  
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    PHILO 20300 - Great Philosophers: Ancient and Medieval


    GER 2/C PD/D
    A comprehensive study of major philosophical thinkers, ideas and movements from the dawn of philosophy in ancient Greece to the time of the Renaissance.
    prereq: ENGL 12000
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 20400 - Great Philosophers


    GER 2/C PD/D
    A comprehensive study of major philosophical thinkers.
    prereq: ENGL 12000
    3 hrs 3 cr.

Philosophy Courses: Ethics, Politics and Aesthetics

  
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    PHILO 24400 - Moral Philosophy (W)


    GER 3/A
    Study of selected problems in philosophical ethics and moral psychology.
    prereq: ENGL 12000 and one previous course in philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 24600 - Political Philosophy (W)


    GER 3/B
    Study of selected philosophical problems in politics, law, economics and society.
    prereq: ENGL 12000 and one previous course in philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 24800 - International Ethics (W)


    GER 3/B
    Study of the ethical dimensions of problems in contemporary international relations, such as war and peace, imperialism, national identity and development.
    prereq: ENGL 12000 and one previous course in philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 25000 - Problems of Ethics and Society (W)


    GER 3/B
    Study of the ethical dimensions of contemporary social problems, such as poverty, consumption, sexual deviance, racism and environmental destruction.
    prereq: ENGL 12000 and one previous course in philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 25200 - Problems of Law and Morality


    GER 3/B
    Philosophy of law and the relation of legal to ethical issues.
    prereq: ENGL 12000 and one previous course in philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 25400 - Ethical Issues in Biology and Medical Care (W)


    GER 3/B
    Treats issues such as abortion, euthanasia, extraordinary means, confidentiality, human experimentation, genetic control and allocation of limited life-saving therapy.
    prereq: ENGL 12000 and one previous course in philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 25600 - Philosophical Ideas in Literature (W)


    GER 3/A
    Analysis of major philosophical themes in some classics of world literature.
    prereq: ENGL 12000 and one previous course in philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 25800 - Aesthetics (W)


    GER 3/A
    Study of philosophical issues that arise in our understanding and criticism of the arts. Topics include nature of expression, purpose and standards of criticism and aesthetic value.
    prereq: ENGL 12000 and one previous course in philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 34400 - Ethics in Contemporary Life (W)


    GER 3/A
    A study of concepts of ethics developed in the 20th century and their relevance to problems of contemporary life, such as personal development, social responsibility, and cultural difference.

     
    3 hrs 3 cr

  
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    PHILO 34600 - Justice in Contemporary Society (W)


    GER 3/B
    A study of concepts of justice developed in the 20th century and their relevance to problems of contemporary society, such as social welfare, property rights and democratic government.

     
    3 hrs 3 cr


Philosophy Courses: History of Philosophy

  
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    PHILO 21200 - Classical Greek Philosophy: Plato and Aristotle (W)


    GER 3/A PD/D
    Study of major works of Plato and Aristotle in the context of the philosophical thought of the ancient world.
    prereq: ENGL 12000 and one previous course in philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 21400 - Medieval Philosophy (W)


    GER 3/A PD/D
    Study of major writings by medieval Arabic, Christian and Jewish philosophers such as Averroes, Aquinas and Maimonides.
    prereq: ENGL 12000 and one previous course in philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 21500 - Foundations of Modern Philosophy (W)


    GER 3/A PD/D
    Study of major philosophers of the 17th and early 18th centuries such as Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz, Locke, Berkeley and Hume.
    prereq: ENGL 12000 and one previous course in philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 21600 - Women Philosophers of the Past


    GER 3/A PD/C
    Study of the writings and ideas of selected women philosophers who lived before the contemporary feminist movement.
    cross-listed WGS 21600
    prereq: ENGL 12000 and one previous course in philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 21800 - Revolutions in Modern Philosophy (W)


    GER 3/A PD/D
    Study of major philosophers of the late 18th and 19th centuries such as Kant, Hegel, Schopenhauer, Feuerbach, Kierkegaard, Marx and Nietzsche.
    prereq: ENGL 12000 and one previous course in philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 21900 - Chinese Philosophy (W)


    GER 3/A PD/A
    Readings from the classics of Chinese philosophy found in Confucian, Taoist and Buddhist traditions.
     
    prereq: ENGL 12000 and one previous course in philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 22000 - Radical Philosophy (W)


    GER 3/A PD/D
    Study of 20th-century philosophers who were critical of industrial capitalist society, such as Lukc’s and Marcuse, along with their historical precursors, including Rousseau and Marx.
    prereq: ENGL 12000 and one previous course in philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 22100 - Indian Philosophy (W)


    GER 3A PD/A
     

    This course begins with the root texts of the world’s oldest and longest continuously developed tradition of philosophical practice, questioning, and teaching, the Vedas and Upanishads. It continues with an examination of classic texts of influential Vedic schools–Samkhya, Yoga, Vedanta and Tantra–as well as of Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana Buddhist schools.  It explores historical and recent interactions with these traditions outside of their homeland, and the practical contemporary implications of their psychological, ethical and metaphysical positions.
    prereq: ENGL 10000 and one course in Philosophy
    3 hrs 3 cr.

  
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    PHILO 22300 - Neoplatonism (W)


    GER 3/A PD/D
    A study of the main thinkers and ideas in ancient and medieval Neoplatonism, emphasizing Plotinus and Augustine.
    prereq: ENGL 12000 and one previous course in philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 22500 - American Philosophy (W)


    GER 3/A PD/D
    Historical survey of major American philosophers such as Edwards, Emerson, Thoreau, Peirce, James, Royce, Santayana and Dewey.
    prereq: ENGL 12000 and one previous course in philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 22600 - African-American Philosophy (W)


    GER 3/A PD/B
    Development of the African-American intellectual tradition. Study of the work of such figures as Equiano, Douglass, Cooper, Blyden, Du Bois and Hurston.
    prereq: ENGL 12000 and one previous course in philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 22800 - Existentialism (W)


    GER 3/A PD/D
    Philosophical writings of major existentialists. Topics include nature of subjectivity, moral value, freedom, authenticity.
    prereq: ENGL 12000 and one previous course in philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 23000 - Feminism: Philosophical Theory and Practice (W)


    GER 3/A PD/C
    Analyses of feminist theories and their practical implications.
    cross-listed WGST 23000 (W)
    prereq: ENGL 12000 and one previous course in philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 32000 - Twentieth-Century Philosophy (W)


    GER 3/A
    Survey of such movements as pragmatism, process philosophy, analytic philosophy, existentialism, phenomenology, feminism and post modernism through consideration of such representative figures as Dewey, Moore, Whitehead, Russell, Husserl, Heidegger, Wittgenstein, Ayer, Sartre, De Beauvoir, Quine, Rorty and Rawls.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 32200 - Modern Philosophical Idealism


    GER 3/A
    Study of major works of Fichte, Schelling, Hegel, Bradley, Royce and their critics.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level.
    3 hrs 3 cr.

Philosophy Courses: Logic

  
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    PHILO 17100 - Introduction to Symbolic Logic


    Sentential logic, including the truth-functional connectives, truth tables, symbolizations, consistency trees. Predicate logic, including quantificational symbolizations and consistency trees for quantifiers.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 27500 - Intermediate Symbolic Logic


    GER 3/B
    Sentential derivations, interpretations, symbolizations involving operator symbols, identity, definite descriptions, predicate derivations through logic of identity and definite descriptions.
    cross-listed MATH 27500
    prereq: PHIL 17100
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 27900 - Inductive Logic


    GER 3/B
    Deductive vs. inductive logic, basic forms of inductive inference, Mill’s methods and controlled experiments, the probability calculus, interpretations of probability, the problem of induction, confirmation and disconfirmation of hypotheses.
    prereq: ENGL 12000 and one previous course in philosophy.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 37500 - Advanced Symbolic Logic


    GER 3/B
    A survey of the central results and techniques of meta-logic, principally mathematical induction, the soundness and completeness of theorems for first-order logic, the Skolem theorem and Church’s theorem on undecidability.
    prereq: PHIL 27500 or equiv.
    3 hrs 3 cr.

Philosophy Courses: Major Philosophers

  
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    PHILO 38000 - Plato (W)


    GER 3/A
    Close study of major Platonic dialogues.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level.
    4 hrs 4 cr
  
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    PHILO 38100 - Aristotle (W)


    GER 3/A
    Close study of Aristotle’s major writings.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 38200 - Major Figure in Medieval Philosophy (W)


    GER 3/A
    A study of the works and legacy of one of the major philosophers of the Middle Ages such as Augustine, Averroes, Maimonides, or Aquinas. The course may be repeated as different figures are offered.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 38250 - Major Figure in Medieval Philosophy: Augustine (W)


    GER 3/A
    A study of the works and legacy of Augustine.
    prereq: two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200-level
    3 hrs 3 cr
  
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    PHILO 38254 - Major Figure in Medieval Philosophy: Averroes (W)


    GER 3/A
    A study of the works and legacy of Averroes.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level
    3 hrs 3 cr
  
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    PHILO 38254 - Major Figure in Medieval Philosophy: Maimonides (W)


    GER 3/A
    A study of the works and legacy of Maimonides.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level
    3 hrs 3 cr
  
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    PHILO 38256 - Major Figure in Medieval Philosophy: Aquinas (W)


    GER 3/A
    A study of the works and legacy of Aquinas.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level
    3 hrs 3 cr
  
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    PHILO 38300 - Major Figure in Early Modern Philosophy (W)


    GER 3/A
    A study of the works and legacy of one of the major philosophers of the 17th and 18th centuries such as Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz, Hobbes, Locke, Berkeley, Hume and Rousseau.The course may be repeated as different figures are offered.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 38350 - Major Figure in Early Modern Philosophy: Descartes (W)


    GER 3/A
    A study of the works and legacy of Descartes.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level
    3 hrs 3 cr
  
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    PHILO 38351 - Major Figure in Early Modern Philosophy: Spinoza (W)


    GER 3/A
    A study of the works and legacy of Spinoza.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level
    3 hrs 3 cr
  
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    PHILO 38352 - Major Figure in Early Modern Philosophy: Leibniz (W)


    GER 3/A
    A study of the works and legacy of Leibniz.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level
    3 hrs 3 cr
  
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    PHILO 38353 - Major Figure in Early Modern Philosophy: Hobbes (W)


    GER 3/A
    A study of the works and legacy of Hobbes.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level
    3 hrs 3 cr
  
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    PHILO 38354 - Major Figure in Early Modern Philosophy: Locke (W)


    GER 3/A
    A study of the works and legacy of Locke.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level
    3 hrs 3 cr
  
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    PHILO 38355 - Major Figure in Early Modern Philosophy: Berkeley (W)


    GER 3/A
    A study of the works and legacy of Berkeley.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level
    3 hrs 3 cr
  
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    PHILO 38356 - Major Figure in Early Modern Philosophy: Hume (W)


    GER 3/A
    A study of the works and legacy of Hume.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level
    3 hrs 3 cr
  
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    PHILO 38357 - Major Figure in Early Modern Philosophy: Rousseau (W)


    GER 3/A
    A study of the works and legacy of Rousseau.

     
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level
    3 hrs 3 cr

  
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    PHILO 38400 - Kant (W)


    GER 3/A
    A study of some of Kant’s major writings.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 38500 - Plotinus (W)


    GER 3/A
    A study of the background, writings and legacy of Plotinus.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 38600 - Hegel (W)


    GER 3/A
    Study of some of Hegel’s major writings.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 38700 - Nietzsche (W)


    GER 3/A
    Study of Nietzsche’s major writings.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 38800 - Wittgenstein (W)


    GER 3/A
    Development of Wittgenstein’s thought through intensive study of his major works.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 38900 - Heidegger (W)


    GER 3/A
    Detailed study of the central themes in Being and Time and their development in his later essays.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
  
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    PHILO 39000 - Marx (W)


    GER 3/A
    Study of some of Marx’s major writings.
    prereq: Two courses in philosophy, at least one of which is at the 200 level.
    3 hrs 3 cr.
 

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