Rotations, Master Syllabi, & Curriculum

Course Rotations

Phil 204: Concepts of Truth  1 section per year
Phil 205: Introduction to Philosophy  1 section per year
Phil 208: Major Thinkers in Dialogue  1 section per year
Phil 210: Philosophy of Human Nature  1 section each semester
Phil 215: Introduction to Ethics  2 sections each semester
 1 per summer
Phil 217: Thought and Belief  1 section per year
Phil 220: Practical Thinking  1 section per year
Phil 280: Applied Ethics (various topics)  1 section each semester
         A. Sports ethics  1 section every spring
         B. Environmental ethics  1 section fall odd years
         D. Bioethics  1 section fall even years
         H. Workplace ethics  1 section each summer
Phil 309: Social & Political Philosophy  1 section fall even years
Phil 311: Hist. of Ancient & Medieval Phil  1 section fall even years
Phil 312: History of Modern Philosophy  1 section spring odd years
Phil 313: History of Contemporary Phil  1 section fall odd years
Phil 314: History of 19th Century Phil  1 section spring even years
Phil 317: Philosophy of Religion  1 section every four semesters
Phil 318: Topics in Philosophy  1 section every four  semesters
Phil 320: Symbolic Logic

 1 section every four semesters

Phil 350: Science as a Cultural Force  1 section per year
Phil 330: Readings in Philosophy  1 section per year
Phil 450: Great Philosophers  1 section per year


Curriculum Guides

Curriculum guides are available for planning your schedule:


Four Year PDF iconCurriculum Guide (Updated 2016).

Three Year PDF iconCurriculum Guide (Updated 2016).


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Master Syllabi

Feel free to browse our Master Syllabi for courses included in the university core program.  For more information about advanced courses and topics, please contact the department:


PDF iconAll Philosophy Master Syllabi


PHIL 204 PHIL 217 PHIL 320
PHIL 205 PHIL 220 PHIL 330
PHIL 208 PHIL 309 PHIL 350
PHIL 210 PHIL 317 PHIL 450
PHIL 215 PHIL 318 PHIL 280AB