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PHIL-P 100


Title

INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY


Class Number

19062 [ 13W ]

Credit(s)

3.0

Instructor

Kennedy, Thomas Vincent


Capacity

30

Available

2

Wait List

0

Enroll Status

Open

Instruction Type

HY: Hybrid Traditional


Day(s)

T

Time

02:45 PM - 04:00 PM

Bldg / Room

KV 006


Day(s)

R

Time

02:45 PM - 04:00 PM

Bldg / Room

KV 006


Start Date

08/24/20

End Date

11/22/20


Notes

MEETS THE GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENT FOR EITHER 'REASONING ABOUT ETHICAL QUESTIONS' OR `ARTS AND HUMANITIES'. THIS COURSE IS A HYBRID OF ONLINE AND CAMPUS MEETINGS. THIS MEANS YOU WILL COMPLETE SOME WORK ON YOUR OWN ONLINE AND THE BALANCE IN CLASS ON CAMPUS STUDENTS WHO ARE NOT ABLE TO ATTEND CLASS MEETING TIMES ON CAMPUS LISTED ABOVE, AND COMPLETE THE ONLINE ASSIGNMENTS, SHOULD NOT ENROLL IN THIS COURSE. STUDENTS MUST HAVE RELIABLE ACCESS TO INTERNET, AN UP-TO-DATE COMPUTER. TEXTBOOKS AND OTHER MATERIALS ARE AVAILABLE AT YOUR CAMPUS BOOKSTORE.
PREREQUISITE: ENG W131 OR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
THIS CLASS IS PART OF THE "TRANSFER INDIANA" (TRANSFERIN) INITIATIVE. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, LINK TO WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET. .
THIS IS A HYBRID COURSE. 25-75% OF COURSE IS ONLINE AND ASYNCHRONOUS, SOME PORTIONS IN-PERSON,IN TRADITIONAL CLASSROOM SETTING. IF NOT INDICATED BY MEETING PATTERN, INSTRUCTOR SYLLABUS WILL DIRECT STUDENTS REGARDING IN-PERSON REQUIREMENTS. .
*************************************************************************************** THIS IS AN INTENSIVE 13-WEEK SESSION CLASS THAT FOLLOWS A COMPRESSED TIME SCHEDULE: AUGUST 24, 2020 THROUGH NOVEMBER 22, 2020. ************************************************************************************** .
CLASS BEGINS 8/24/2020. 4 IN-PERSON MEETINGS REQUIRED FOR THE SESSION THAT RUNS 8/24-11/22/20. MEETING DAYS TIMES ARE IN MEETING PATTERN . ALL OTHER WORK IS 100% ONLINE, BUT ASSIGNMENTS ARE DUE WEEKLY BEGINNING 8/24/2020.


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Acronyms Explanation
ARR = Arranged
NON, NS1, NS2 = Class is Non-Standard Duration, Non-Standard Duration Summer I, Non-Standard Duration Summer II
OL1, OL2, OLF = Online Summer I, Online Summer II, Online Full Summer
PERM = Class requires Student Permission from Course Department
RSTR = Class Restricted (Class, School, Major, Prerequisite Required, etc.)
SS1, SS2 = Summer Semester I, Summer Semester II
VT = Variable Title