Courses

We updated our curriculum. Starting in Fall 2014 we will offer a Philosophy AA-T transfer degree. Our new course line up is as follows:

Class Title
PHIL 111 Introduction to Philosophy (New Course!)
PHIL 113 Reasoning About Philosophical Issues (Formerly PHIL 102)
PHIL 114 Asian Philosophies (Formerly PHIL 110)
PHIL 116 Introduction to Logic (Formerly PHIL 120)
PHIL 121 Introduction to Ethics (New Course!)
PHIL 122 Social and Political Philosophy (New Course!)
PHIL 125 Philosophy of Human Nature (Formerly PHIL 103)
PHIL 126 Philosophy of Religion (Formerly PHIL 105)
PHIL 140 History of Ancient Philosophy (Replaces PHIL 135)
PHIL 141 History of Modern Philosophy (Replaces PHIL 136)
PHIL 142 Contemporary Philosophical Movements (Formerly PHIL 130)
PHIL 197 Philosophical Topics (no change)
PHIL 200 Critical Thinking (Formerly PHIL 115)
PHIL 201 Symbolic Logic (New Course!)
PHIL 250 Philosophy in Literature (no change)
PHIL 295 Directed Study in Philosophy (no change)

Philosophy For Gen Ed Credit

These philosophy courses can fulfill a General Education Requirement for Critical Thinking:

Phil 113: Reasoning about Philosophical Issues
Phil 116: Introduction to Logic
Phil 200: Critical Thinking

These philosophy courses can fulfill a General Education Requirement for Humanities:

Phil 111: Introduction to Philosophy
Phil 121: Introduction to Ethics
Phil 122: Social and Political Philosophy
Phil 125: Philosophy of Human Nature

Philosophy For CSU GE Credit:

These philosophy courses will transfer as a CSU General Education Credit for Critical Thinking:

Phil 113: Reasoning about Philosophical Issues
Phil 116: Introduction to Logic
Phil 200: Critical Thinking

These philosophy courses will transfer as a CSU General Education Credit for Humanities:

Phil 111: Introduction to Philosophy
Phil 121: Introduction to Ethics
Phil 122: Social and Political Philosophy
Phil 125: Philosophy of Human Nature

Philosophy For IGETC:

This philosophy course satisfies UC and CSU Intersegmental General Ed for English Communication:

Phil 200: Critical Thinking

These philosophy courses satisfy UC and CSU Intersegmental General Ed for Arts and Humanities:

Phil 111: Introduction to Philosophy
Phil 121: Introduction to Ethics
Phil 122: Social and Political Philosophy
Phil 125: Philosophy of Human Nature