Nov 18, 2018  
2018-2019 Academic Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Academic Catalog

Course Descriptions


Course Numbering System

The following lists include all courses normally offered at Albion College. However, not all courses are offered every year. When possible, courses offered in alternate years are designated. For details, students should consult the Class Schedule for each semester, available online at: www.albion.edu/registrar. The College reserves the right to add or withdraw courses without prior announcement, as conditions may require.

Unless otherwise stated, 100 level courses are intended for freshmen, 200 level for sophomores, 300 and 400 level for juniors and seniors.

A list of courses which meet the core and category requirements, organized by departments, is available online at www.albion.edu/registrar.

Further information may be obtained at the Registrar’s Office in the Ferguson Student, Technology, and Administrative Services Building.

 

Philosophy

   •  PHIL 101: Introduction to Philosophy
   •  PHIL 102: Philosophy East and West
   •  PHIL 107: Logic and Critical Reasoning
   •  PHIL 187: Selected Topics
   •  PHIL 188: Selected Topics
   •  PHIL 189: Selected Topics
   •  PHIL 201: Ethics
   •  PHIL 202: Social Philosophy
   •  PHIL 206: Contemporary Moral Problems
   •  PHIL 207: Symbolic Logic
   •  PHIL 211: Ancient Philosophy
   •  PHIL 212: Modern Philosophy
   •  PHIL 214: Twentieth Century Philosophy
   •  PHIL 220: Philosophy and History of Science
   •  PHIL 234: Philosophy of Religion
   •  PHIL 287: Selected Topics
   •  PHIL 288: Selected Topics
   •  PHIL 289: Selected Topics
   •  PHIL 301: Environmental Ethics
   •  PHIL 302: Leadership Ethics
   •  PHIL 303: Business Ethics
   •  PHIL 304: Ethics and Public Policy
   •  PHIL 306: Neuroscience and Ethics
   •  PHIL 308: Biomedical Ethics
   •  PHIL 309: International Ethics and Global Development
   •  PHIL 310: Metaphysics
   •  PHIL 315: Knowledge, Truth and Reason
   •  PHIL 318: Philosophy of Mind
   •  PHIL 325: Philosophy of Language
   •  PHIL 335: Philosophical Issues in the Law
   •  PHIL 380: Aristotle: A Western Foundation
   •  PHIL 381: Readings in Philosophy
   •  PHIL 382: Readings in Philosophy
   •  PHIL 387: Selected Topics
   •  PHIL 388: Selected Topics
   •  PHIL 389: Selected Topics
   •  PHIL 391: Internship
   •  PHIL 392: Internship
   •  PHIL 401: Seminar
   •  PHIL 402: Seminar
   •  PHIL 411: Directed Study
   •  PHIL 412: Directed Study