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Summer Session

Summer 2016 On-Line Courses

Session dates are listed for each course

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

Summer 2016 Philosophy courses are conducted entirely on-line, including any exams the course might include. At no time will any course require students to be on campus.

Each course title listed below is linked to the HUB course registration window, updated nightly.

TBA
Online; 05/31/2016 - 07/8/2016 (Session J)
Class #: 11402

Examines general topics in various areas of philosophy showing different sides of issues; develops critical thought and philosophical method.

TBA
Online; 07/31/2016 - 07/8/2016 (Session J)
Class #: 12185

Introduces value theory, good and bad, justification of obligations to others, relationship of free choice and determinism, and contemporary moral problems analyzed by ethical principles.

TBA
Online; 07/11/2016 - 8/19/2016 (Session M)
Class #: 12186

Examines techniques of problem solving, decision making, and evaluating pros and cons of an issue; organizing data; forming strategies and giving reasons; perceptual, cultural, emotional, intellectual, and expressive blocks to thinking; and simple inductive reasoning and statistical fallacies.

TBA
Online; 05/31/2016 - 07/8/2016 (Session J)
Class #: 10674

Examines techniques of problem solving, decision making, and evaluating pros and cons of an issue; organizing data; forming strategies and giving reasons; perceptual, cultural, emotional, intellectual, and expressive blocks to thinking; and simple inductive reasoning and statistical fallacies.

TBA
Online; 07/11/2016 - 08/19/2016 (Session M)
Class #: 11403

Examines techniques of problem solving, decision making, and evaluating pros and cons of an issue; organizing data; forming strategies and giving reasons; perceptual, cultural, emotional, intellectual, and expressive blocks to thinking; and simple inductive reasoning and statistical fallacies.