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Spring 2022

PHIL104Ethics

This course examines the concept of morality and values, representative ethical theories, and may include their applications to moral problems. (Same as RELS 104) (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
20251ALLSHUMWednesday
Start Time: 11:20 AM
End Time: 2:30 PM
Building: 2700
Room: 2722
Enrolled: 1
Available: 39
Class begins: 2022-02-14, Class ends: 2022-06-10

PHIL106Logic

Prerequisite: ENGL 110 or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 110 or ENGL 101 with a grade of "C" or better. An introduction to deductive and inductive logic. Attention focused upon the relationship between logic and language fallacies, and the use of logic in everyday life. (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
20252ALLSHUMONLINEONLINEONLINEEnrolled: 29
Available: 1
Class begins: 2022-02-14, Class ends: 2022-06-10

PHIL106Logic

Prerequisite: ENGL 110 or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 110 or ENGL 101 with a grade of "C" or better. An introduction to deductive and inductive logic. Attention focused upon the relationship between logic and language fallacies, and the use of logic in everyday life. (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
20253ALLSHUMWednesday
Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Time: 11:10 AM
Building: 300
Room: 313A
Enrolled: 13
Available: 17
Class begins: 2022-02-14, Class ends: 2022-06-10

RELS104Ethics

This course examines the concept of morality and values, representative ethical theories, and may include their applications to moral problems. (Same as PHIL 104) (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
20254ALLSHUMWednesday
Start Time: 11:20 AM
End Time: 2:30 PM
Building: 2700
Room: 2722
Enrolled: 1
Available: 39
Class begins: 2022-02-14, Class ends: 2022-06-10

RELS100Religions of the Modern World

An introduction to the various contemporary religions of the world with an emphasis on their historical development. Study of the basic beliefs in religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
20255ALLSHUMONLINEONLINEONLINEEnrolled: 40
Available: 0
Class begins: 2022-02-14, Class ends: 2022-06-10

RELS100Religions of the Modern World

An introduction to the various contemporary religions of the world with an emphasis on their historical development. Study of the basic beliefs in religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
20259ALLSHUMONLINEONLINEONLINEEnrolled: 40
Available: 0
Class begins: 2022-02-14, Class ends: 2022-06-10

PHIL104Ethics

This course examines the concept of morality and values, representative ethical theories, and may include their applications to moral problems. (Same as RELS 104) (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
20705ALLSHUMStart Time: 0: AM
End Time: 0: AM
Building: CENTI
Room: A YARD
Enrolled: 0
Available: 0
Class begins: 2022-02-14, Class ends: 2022-06-10

PHIL100Introduction to Philosophy I

This course introduces philosophical ideas and methods concerning knowledge, reality and values. Expected topics will include the sources and limits of knowledge, and the nature of reality. Other topics that may be examined from a philosophical perspective include the nature of the self, truth, ethics, religion, science, language, beauty and art, political theory, or mind. An emphasis will be placed on readings from primary source texts. (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
20737ALLSHUMONLINEONLINEONLINEEnrolled: 40
Available: 0
Class begins: 2022-02-14, Class ends: 2022-06-10

PHIL100Introduction to Philosophy I

This course introduces philosophical ideas and methods concerning knowledge, reality and values. Expected topics will include the sources and limits of knowledge, and the nature of reality. Other topics that may be examined from a philosophical perspective include the nature of the self, truth, ethics, religion, science, language, beauty and art, political theory, or mind. An emphasis will be placed on readings from primary source texts. (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
20738ALLSHUMONLINEONLINEONLINEEnrolled: 40
Available: 0
Class begins: 2022-02-14, Class ends: 2022-06-10

RELS104Ethics

This course examines the concept of morality and values, representative ethical theories, and may include their applications to moral problems. (Same as PHIL 104) (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
20965ALLSHUMStart Time: 0: AM
End Time: 0: AM
Building: CENTI
Room: A YARD
Enrolled: 0
Available: 0
Class begins: 2022-02-14, Class ends: 2022-06-10

Winter 2022

PHIL100Introduction to Philosophy I

This course introduces philosophical ideas and methods concerning knowledge, reality and values. Expected topics will include the sources and limits of knowledge, and the nature of reality. Other topics that may be examined from a philosophical perspective include the nature of the self, truth, ethics, religion, science, language, beauty and art, political theory, or mind. An emphasis will be placed on readings from primary source texts. (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
15195ALLSHUMONLINEONLINEONLINEEnrolled: 69
Available: 11
Class begins: 2022-01-03, Class ends: 2022-02-03

Fall 2021

PHIL106Logic

Prerequisite: ENGL 110 or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 110 or ENGL 101 with a grade of "C" or better. An introduction to deductive and inductive logic. Attention focused upon the relationship between logic and language fallacies, and the use of logic in everyday life. (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10251ALLSHUMTuesday
Thursday
Start Time: 9:40 AM
End Time: 11:05 AM
Building: 400
Room: 411
Enrolled: 13
Class begins: 2021-08-16, Class ends: 2021-12-11

PHIL100Introduction to Philosophy I

This course introduces philosophical ideas and methods concerning knowledge, reality and values. Expected topics will include the sources and limits of knowledge, and the nature of reality. Other topics that may be examined from a philosophical perspective include the nature of the self, truth, ethics, religion, science, language, beauty and art, political theory, or mind. An emphasis will be placed on readings from primary source texts. (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10449ALLSHUMONLINEONLINEONLINEEnrolled: 38
Class begins: 2021-08-16, Class ends: 2021-12-11

PHIL106Logic

Prerequisite: ENGL 110 or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 110 or ENGL 101 with a grade of "C" or better. An introduction to deductive and inductive logic. Attention focused upon the relationship between logic and language fallacies, and the use of logic in everyday life. (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10623ALLSHUMONLINEONLINEONLINEEnrolled: 13
Class begins: 2021-10-11, Class ends: 2021-12-11

PHIL100Introduction to Philosophy I

This course introduces philosophical ideas and methods concerning knowledge, reality and values. Expected topics will include the sources and limits of knowledge, and the nature of reality. Other topics that may be examined from a philosophical perspective include the nature of the self, truth, ethics, religion, science, language, beauty and art, political theory, or mind. An emphasis will be placed on readings from primary source texts. (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10649ALLSHUMTuesday
Thursday
Start Time: 11:20 AM
End Time: 12:45 PM
Building: 400
Room: 412
Enrolled: 23
Class begins: 2021-08-16, Class ends: 2021-12-11

PHIL100Introduction to Philosophy I

This course introduces philosophical ideas and methods concerning knowledge, reality and values. Expected topics will include the sources and limits of knowledge, and the nature of reality. Other topics that may be examined from a philosophical perspective include the nature of the self, truth, ethics, religion, science, language, beauty and art, political theory, or mind. An emphasis will be placed on readings from primary source texts. (CSU, UC)
Code #DivisionDepartmentMeeting DaysTimeLocationStatus
10734ALLSHUMONLINEONLINEONLINEEnrolled: 35
Class begins: 2021-08-16, Class ends: 2021-12-11

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