Academics

Philosophy Advising Information

The 100- and 200-level philosophy courses offer a broad experience, a chance to see and do philosophy for oneself.

  • PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy
  • PHI 102 Logic
  • PHI 201 Ethics
  • PHI 202 Apologetics
  • PHI 203 Philosophy of Human Nature

The 300-level philosophy courses lead one into particular periods of philosophy. They provide the opportunity to choose a grouping of interesting thinkers and to explore philosophy in a serious way--while experiencing firsthand how indispensable philosophical literacy is for living and working in the Information Age.

Period Studies

  • PHI 310 Ancient Philosophy
  • PHI 311 Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy
  • PHI 312 Modern Philosophy
  • PHI 313 Nineteenth Century German Philosophy
  • PHI 314 Contemporary (Twentieth Century) Philosophy

Discipline Studies

  • PHI 315 Philosophy of Art
  • PHI 316 Philosophy of Science
  • PHI 317 Philosophy of Law
  • PHI 318 Philosophies of Eastern Peoples
  • PHI 319 Philosophy of Christ and Culture

The 400-level philosophy courses may be taken by upper-division students. However, PHI 101 Introduction to Western Philosophy and PHI 102 Logic are strongly recommended prerequisites.

  • PHI 401 Metaphysics
  • PHI 402 Philosophy of God
  • PHI 403 Advanced Studies Seminar: Great Philosophers
  • PHI 404 Advanced Studies Seminar: Selected Philosophical Topics
  • PHI 480 Philosophy Colloquium
  • PHI 490 Philosophy Internship / Apprenticeship