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Winter Session Undergraduate Courses

On-Line: January 4 to 22, 2016

Course descriptions are linked to the titles (right) and available as a pdf download (below). In the course descriptions, the PHI class registration numbers are linked to HUB's  Undergraduate Academic Schedule, which shows room location, enrollment, registration, and more.

Course Descriptions

PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy

Clint Dowland
Online
Class #10248

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

PHI 107 Introduction to Ethics

Robert Kelly
Online
Class #10164

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.

PHI 115 Critical Thinking

John Beverley
Online
Class #10047

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.

PHI 237 Social and Ethical Values in Medicine

Brendan Cline
Online
Class #10048

Examines current ethical positions and their application to ethical and social questions in medicine.

PHI 237 Social and Ethical Values in Medicine

Brian Donohue
Online
Class #10299

Examines current ethical positions and their application to ethical and social questions in medicine.