IS310 Intellectual Journey

Prerequisite: EN102

This course is an introduction to the broad major philosophical questions raised and theories asserted on human nature and destiny, society, and the universe, specifically in the areas of ontology, epistemology, and ethics. Students will become familiar with the specialized knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to engage in philosophical discourse through the study of philosophy, literature and science and apply these understandings to their lives. The class will also be divided into “learning communities,” small groups that will be formed early in the course to help students learn to engage in philosophical dialog, discuss readings, and share their own understandings, and write a Credo (a statement of beliefs).

3 Credit Hours

Course Descriptions » Interdisciplinary Studies


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