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Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies

FALL 2014 Courses

Each course syllabus is available to students in Blackboard

Philosophy Courses

  • PHIL 101 (sec 001): Introduction to Philosophy, Mr. Mayhall
  • PHIL 101 (sec 002): Introduction to Philosophy, Mr. Mayhall
  • PHIL 220 (sec 001): Logic & Language, Dr. Meeler
  • PHIL 230 (sec 001): Introduction to Ethics, Dr. Meeler
  • PHIL 230 (sec 002): Introduction to Ethics, Dr. Meeler
  • PHIL 310 (sec 001): Theories of Knowledge, Mr. Mayhall
  • PHIL 495 (sec 001): Methods & Research Seminar in Philsophy, Dr. Oakes
  • PHIL 575 (sec 001): Business Ethics, Dr. Smith -- crosslisted w/ MGMT 575

Religious Studies Courses

  • RELG 101 (sec 001): Introduction to Religious Studies, Dr. W. Kiblinger
  • RELG 101 (sec 002): Introduction to Religious Studies, Dr. W. Kiblinger
  • RELG 101 (sec 003): Introduction to Religious Studies, Dr. W. Kiblinger
  • RELG 220 (sec 001): Reading Biblical Texts, Dr. Judge
  • RELG 300 (sec 001): Introduction to World Religions, Dr. K. Kiblinger
  • RELG 300 (sec 002): Introduction to World Religions, Dr. K. Kiblinger
  • RELG 313 (sec 001): Introduction to the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament), Mr. Hathaway
  • RELG 316 (sec 001): Christian Thought from Origins to the Reformation, Dr. Judge
  • RELG 335 (sec 001): Buddhism, Dr. K. Kiblinger
  • RELG 350 (sec 001): Special Topics-Religion & Science, Dr. W. Kiblinger
  • RELG 495 (sec 001): Methods & Research Seminar in Religious Studies, Dr. Oakes
  • RELG 550 (sec 001): Graduate Independent Study: Bible, Theology, & Art, Dr. Judge

Other Courses Taught by Philosophy or Religious Studies Faculty

  • ACAD 101 (027): Introduction to the Academy, Dr. Judge