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Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of courses in Philosophy, students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate skills of conceptual analysis and argument comprehension, construction, and evaluation.
  • Apply conceptual analysis skills to the fundamental problems involved in building reliable theoretical knowledge or formulating sound ethical judgments.
  • Analyze and demonstrate an understanding of the science of logic, with emphasis on the concept of proof and symbolic systems for calculating truth-value relationships.
  • Actively examine theories of the philosophical-scientific tradition from its ancient beginnings to its contemporary developments.


Credit, Degree Applicable Courses