Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies - Course Syllabi

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Philosophy and Religious Studies

Fall 2018 Courses

Philosophy Courses

  • PHIL 101: Introduction to Philosophy*,Dr. W. Kiblinger
  • PHIL 220: Logic & Language, Dr. W. Kiblinger
  • PHIL 230: Introduction to Ethics, Dr. D. Meeler
  • PHIL 315: Developments in Moral Philosophy, Dr. D. Meeler
  • PHIL 350: Nietzsche, Dr. G. Oakes
  • PHIL 390: Philosophy of Religion, Dr. W. Kiblinger--crosslisted w/ RELG 390
  • PHIL 495: Senior Seminar on Methods and Research in Philosophy, Dr. G. Oakes
  • PHIL 550: Nietzsche, Dr. G. Oakes
  • PHIL 575: Business Ethics, Dr. C. Hamilton--crosslisted w/ MGMT 575

Religious Studies Courses

  • RELG 101: Introduction to Religious Studies, Mr. Hathaway
  • RELG 300 (sec 001): Introduction to World Religions, Dr. K. Kiblinger
  • RELG 300 (sec 002): Introduction to World Religions, Dr. K. Kiblinger-online
  • RELG 316: Christian Thought from Origins to the Reformation, Dr. P. Judge
  • RELG 320: Religion in America, Dr. M. Gillikin
  • RELG 335: Buddhism, Dr. K. Kiblinger
  • RELG 390: Philosophy of Religion, Dr. W. Kiblinger--crosslisted w/ PHIL 390
  • RELG 495: Senior Seminar on Methods and Research in Religious Studies, Dr. P. Judge

*Indicates Hybrid Course

Spring 2019 Courses

Philosophy Courses

  • PHIL 101: Introduction to Philosophy*, Dr. William Kiblinger
  • PHIL 302: Modern Philosophy, Dr. William Kiblinger
  • PHIL 340: Environmental Ethics, Dr. David Meeler
  • PHIL 350: Phil Theories of Equality, Dr. William Kiblinger
  • PHIL 575: Business Ethics, David Zatz

Religious Studies Courses

  • RELG 101: Introduction to Religious Studies, Mr. Dale Hathaway
  • RELG 220: Reading Biblical Texts, Dr. Peter Judge
  • RELG 313: Introduction to the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament), Dr. Peter Judge
  • RELG 300: Introduction to World Religions, Ms. Arzu Uranli
  • RELG 350: Sacred Spaces, Dr. Brent Woodfill--crosslisted w/ ANTH 350-001

Last Updated: 8/20/20