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    University of Scranton
   
 
  Oct 22, 2017
 
 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 
   •  PHIL 313 - (P) Philosophy and Friendship
   •  PHIL 314 - (P,D,W) Philosophy and the City
   •  PHIL 315 - (P) Twentieth-Century Political Philosophy
   •  PHIL 316 - (P,W) American Perspectives on Health-Care Ethics
   •  PHIL 317 - (P) American Philosophy
   •  PHIL 318 - (P) Sex, Love, and God: Augustine and His Philosophy
   •  PHIL 319 - (P) Philosophy of Law
   •  PHIL 320 - (P) Aesthetics
   •  PHIL 321 - (P) Great Books in Philosophy
   •  PHIL 322J - Philosophy of Conscience
   •  PHIL 325 - (P) Literature and Ethics
   •  PHIL 326 - (P,D) Advanced Topics in Feminist Philosophy
   •  PHIL 327 - Readings in the Later Plato
   •  PHIL 328 - (P) Philosophy of Literature
   •  PHIL 329 - (P) Advanced Topics in Biomedical Ethics
   •  PHIL 331 - (P) Feminist Philosophy of Science
   •  PHIL 333 - (P) The Seven Deadly Sins
   •  PHIL 334 - (P) Hannah Arendt: Human Existence
   •  PHIL 335 - (P, W) Philosophy of Interpretation
   •  PHIL 336 - (P) Religion After God
   •  PHIL 337 - (P) The Art of Living
   •  PHIL 339 - (P) Philosophy of the Person
   •  PHIL 340 - (P,D) Philosophy and Judaism
   •  PHIL 341J - The Subject & Medieval Thought
   •  PHIL 410 - (P) Philosophy of Culture
   •  PHIL 411 - (P) Thomas Aquinas: Philosophy and Controversy
   •  PHIL 412J - (P) Art and Metaphysics
   •  PHIL 413J - The End of Philosophy
   •  PHIL 414 - (D,P) Philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas
   •  PHIL 415 - (P,W) Nietzsche
   •  PHIL 418 - (P) Phenomenology
   •  PHIL 419 - (P,D) Philosophy East and West
   •  PHIL 420 - (P) Philosophy of Rhetoric
   •  PHIL 425 - Postmodern Philosophy
   •  PHIL 430 - (P) Philosophy of the Social and Behavioral Sciences
   •  PHIL 431 - (P) Philosophy of Science
   •  PHIL 433 - Natural Law: True Guide or Grave Error?
   •  PHIL 434 - (P) Issues in Philosophy and Theology
   •  PHIL 435J - Philosophy of Self and Other
   •  PHYS 100 - (E) History of Science and Technology
   •  PHYS 101 - (E) The Solar System
   •  PHYS 102 - (E) Earth Science
   •  PHYS 103 - (E) Seeing the Light
   •  PHYS 104 - (E) Introduction to Consumer Technology
   •  PHYS 105 - (E) Man and the Evolutionary Universe
   •  PHYS 106 - (E) Energy and the Environment
   •  PHYS 107 - (E) “Hands-On” Physics
   •  PHYS 108 - (W,E) New York Times Physics
   •  PHYS 109 - (E) The Conscious Universe
   •  PHYS 110 - Meteorology
   •  PHYS 111 - (E) The Joy of Physics on a Bicycle
   •  PHYS 112 - (E) Natural and Manmade Disasters
   •  PHYS 113 - (E) The Science of Light and Photography
   •  PHYS 114 - Solar Electricity
   •  PHYS 120/120L - (E) General Physics I
   •  PHYS 121/121L - (E) General Physics II
   •  PHYS 140/140L - (E) Elements of Physics I
   •  PHYS 141/141L - (E) Elements of Physics II
   •  PHYS 201 - (E) Stellar Evolution
   •  PHYS 204 - (E) Information Technology
   •  PHYS 255 - (E) Nanotechnology: Physics of Small Systems
   •  PHYS 270 - (W) Elements of Modern Physics
   •  PHYS 350 - Applied and Engineering Mathematics
   •  PHYS 351 - Mathematical Physics II
   •  PHYS 352 - Statistical and Engineering Thermodynamics
   •  PHYS 360 - Introductory Astrophysics
   •  PHYS 371 - Advanced Mechanics
   •  PHYS 372 - Quantum Mechanics
   •  PHYS 447 - Electromagnetics I
   •  PHYS 448 - Electromagnetics II
   •  PHYS 448L - Electromagnetics Design Laboratory
   •  PHYS 460 - Non-linear Systems and Chaos
   •  PHYS 473 - Optics
   •  PHYS 474 - Acoustics
   •  PHYS 493 - Undergraduate Physics Research I
   •  PHYS 494 - Undergraduate Physics Research II
   •  PORT 110 - (CF) Intensive Beginning Portuguese
   •  PORT 210 - (CF,D) Intensive Intermediate Portuguese
   •  PS 130 - (S) American National Government I
   •  PS 131 - (S) American National Government II
   •  PS 135 - (S) State and Local Government
   •  PS 212 - International Relations
   •  PS 213 - (D) Modern Africa
   •  PS 216 - (D,S) Women’s Rights and Status
   •  PS 217 - Comparative Government
   •  PS 218 - East European Politics
   •  PS 219 - (S,D) Survey of Latin American Politics
   •  PS 220 - (S,D) Ideologies
   •  PS 221 - Politics of Southeast Asia
   •  PS 222 - Politics in Russia
   •  PS 223 - Politics of Ireland
   •  PS 227 - (D,S) Women, Authority and Power
   •  PS 230 - (S) Environmental Laws and Regulations
   •  PS 231 - (S) Environmental Policy Process
   •  PS 232 - Public Administration
   •  PS 240 - (Q,W) Research Methods in Political Science
   •  PS 280 - Pre-Law Internship
   •  PS 295 - (S,D) Contemporary Mexican Culture and Language
   •  PS 310 - Judicial Politics
   •  PS 311 - Constitutional Law I
 

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