Cedar Valley College  Fall 2015 Credit - Philosophy [PHIL]

 

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PHIL-1301  Intro PhilosphCedar Valley College [CVC]
PHIL-1301-31001 (978899)
Intro Philosph
C221   LEC  
M W   11:00 AM   12:20 PM
Tomczak, Christina  Vita
CVC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
 
 Green course. The course is about "Big Questions" that people everywhere consider in life and allows for development of critical thinking skills as part of the study. Students discuss and develop perspectives about living a good life defined by goals, achievement of happiness, the pursuit of knowledge and wisdom as both art and science, the roles of religion and science in society, and ethical decision-making.
PHIL-1301-31295 (978903)
Intro Philosph
TBA   LEC  
M W   12:30 PM   1:50 PM
Schwartz, John  Vita
CVC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
 
 Restricted to Gilliam Academy students. Green course. The course is about "Big Questions" that people everywhere consider in life and allows for development of critical thinking skills as part of the study. Students discuss and develop perspectives about living a good life defined by goals, achievement of happiness, the pursuit of knowledge and wisdom as both art and science, the roles of religion and science in society, and ethical decision-making.
PHIL-1301-31296 (978904)
Intro Philosph
TBA   LEC  
M W   2:00 PM   3:20 PM
Schwartz, John  Vita
CVC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
 
 Restricted to Gilliam Academy students. Green course. The course is about "Big Questions" that people everywhere consider in life and allows for development of critical thinking skills as part of the study. Students discuss and develop perspectives about living a good life defined by goals, achievement of happiness, the pursuit of knowledge and wisdom as both art and science, the roles of religion and science in society, and ethical decision-making.
PHIL-1301-31002 (978900)
Intro Philosph
C221   LEC  
T R   11:00 AM   12:20 PM
Contreras, Adrian  Vita
CVC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
 
 Green course. The course is about "Big Questions" that people everywhere consider in life and allows for development of critical thinking skills as part of the study. Students discuss and develop perspectives about living a good life defined by goals, achievement of happiness, the pursuit of knowledge and wisdom as both art and science, the roles of religion and science in society, and ethical decision-making.
PHIL-1301-31275 (978901)
Intro Philosph
TBA   LEC  
T R   12:20 PM   1:40 PM
Erdman, David  Vita
CVC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
 
 Restricted to Cedar Hill Early College students. Green course. The course is about "Big Questions" that people everywhere consider in life and allows for development of critical thinking skills as part of the study. Students discuss and develop perspectives about living a good life defined by goals, achievement of happiness, the pursuit of knowledge and wisdom as both art and science, the roles of religion and science in society, and ethical decision-making.
PHIL-1301-31276 (978902)
Intro Philosph
CVCHHS   LEC  
T R   1:50 PM   3:15 PM
Erdman, David  Vita
CVC
3
8/31/15
12/17/15
  eCampus
 
 Restricted to Cedar Hill Early College students. Green course. The course is about "Big Questions" that people everywhere consider in life and allows for development of critical thinking skills as part of the study. Students discuss and develop perspectives about living a good life defined by goals, achievement of happiness, the pursuit of knowledge and wisdom as both art and science, the roles of religion and science in society, and ethical decision-making.
PHIL-1304  Major World ReligionsCedar Valley College [CVC]
PHIL-1304-31211 (978905)
Major World Religions
C026   LEC  
M   12:30 PM   1:50 PM
Krueger, Craig  Vita
CVC
3
9/8/15
12/17/15
(14 weeks)
  eCampus
 
 The class begins on Tuesday, September 8 with an online assignment to be completed before the first class meeting on Monday, September 14. This flex-term class meets only on Mondays on campus and then requires completion of online assignments before the next class period. Students study the major religions of Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The doctrines and tradition of each are explored alongside contemporary practices and issues of religious discrimination.
PHIL-1304-31430 (990043)
Introduction to World Religion
INET   INET  
M T W R F S U    
Homoleski, Brian  Vita
CVC
3
8/31/15
10/18/15
(7 weeks)
  eCampus
Flex Term Aug.
Internet Based
 
 The class begins on August 31 and ends on October 18 as a Flex term, 8-week class. The course will use the sacred texts of each religion available online, instead of a textbook. The texts to be studied will be those of the five major world religions including the Bhagavad Gita, Vedas, Bible, and Qur'an. The Bible will be used in study of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. During these studies along with doctrine the course considers current issues and practices.
PHIL-1304-31431 (990044)
Introduction to World Religion
INET   INET  
M T W R F S U    
Homoleski, Brian  Vita
CVC
3
10/19/15
12/17/15
(9 weeks)
  eCampus
Flex Term Oct.
Internet Based
 
 The class begins on October 19 and ends on December 17 as a Flex term, 8-week class. The course will use the sacred texts of each religion available online instead of a textbook. The texts to be studied will be those of the five major world religions including the Bhagavad Gita, Vedas, Bible, and Qur'an. The Bible will be used in study of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. During these studies along with doctrine the course considers current issues and practices.
PHIL-2306  EthicsCedar Valley College [CVC]
PHIL-2306-31430 (978906)
Ethics
INET   INET  
M T W R F S U    
Tomczak, Christina  Vita
CVC
3
9/8/15
10/26/15
(8 weeks)
  eCampus
Flex Term Sept.
Internet Based
 
 This is an 9-week course. Begins September 8 and ends October 26 - a fast-track class. The course studies how individuals, states, and nations set moral standards and determine right from wrong without using codes of religion. It studies history as well issues such as terrorism, torture, affirmative action, capital punishment, globalization, and sustaining our environment and economic and democratic systems. For assistance email ctomczak@dcccd.edu.
PHIL-2306-31431 (994784)
Introduction to Ethics
INET   INET  
M T W R F S U    
Tomczak, Christina  Vita
CVC
3
10/26/15
12/17/15
(8 weeks)
  eCampus
Flex Term Oct.
Internet Based
 
 Ready2Go is part of an online Associates in Arts degree Plan. For more information call 972-669-6400 or email r2g@dcccd.edu.
 
 
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