GENERAL EDUCATION

TIER II: DISCIPLINARY AREA COURSES

All students are required to complete 9 credits of Arts and Humanities courses for General Education--at least one Humanities course and at least one Arts course.  The second Arts or Humanities course may be in the same department or in a different one.  The following Philosophy courses can be used to help meet the Humanities requirement:

     3600:101  Introduction to Philosophy (CT)*

     3600:120  Introduction to Ethics (CT)*

     3600:125  Theory and Evidence (CT)*

     3600:150  Critical Thinking (CT)*

     3600:170  Introduction to Logic (CT)*

     3600:211  History of Ancient Philosophy (CT)*

TIER III: TAGGED COURSES

All students are required to complete one course in each of four areas:  Critical Thinking, Complex Systems Affecting Individuals in Society, Domestic Diversity, and Global Diversity.  Some tagged courses also fulfill General Education disciplinary area requirements or requirements in the majors.

CRITICAL THINKING TAG:

     3600:101  Introduction to Philosophy (HUM)*

     3600:120  Introduction to Ethics (HUM)*

     3600:125  Theory and Evidence (HUM)*

     3600:150  Critical Thinking (HUM)*

     3600:170  Introduction to Logic (HUM)*

     3600:211  History of Ancient Philosophy (HUM)*

     3600:312  History of Medieval Philosophy

     3600:313  History of Modern Philosophy

COMPLEX SYSTEMS TAG:

     3600:361  Biomedical Ethics

     3600:365  Environmental Ethics

DOMESTIC DIVERSITY TAG:

     3600:455  Philosophy of Feminism

GLOBAL DIVERSITY TAG:

     3600:340  Eastern Philosophy

* Course can be used to meet both Tier II and Tier III.