Introduction to Philosophy - PHI 100 at Virginia Western Community College


         
 
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PHI 100 - Introduction to Philosophy
Presents an introduction to philosophical problems and perspectives with emphasis on the systematic questioning of basic assumptions about meaning, knowledge, reality, and values. The assignments in the course require college-level reading fluency and coherent communication through written reports. This is a Passport and UCGS transfer course.
Lecture 3 hours. Total 3 hours per week.
3 credits

Schedule at Virginia Western Community College

Class # Section Credits Day Time Start Location Mode
31411 PHI 100-V1 3
       
0:00 a.m.-0:00 a.m.
2024-05-20 Virtual Distance Learning WW
This course may require proctored testing as described in the course syllabus. A student may request an alternative proctoring method, but the student will be responsible for any additional fees associated with the alternative method.
Access to a personal computer and internet are required for this online course. For information on the required minimum computer specifications visit: https://www.virginiawestern.edu/online/computer-access/
This course utilizes Open Educational Resources (OER). Materials for this class will be at low-cost or no cost to the student. Please check Canvas for required materials used in this course.
41104 PHI 100-V2 3
       
0:00 a.m.-0:00 a.m.
2024-06-25 Virtual Distance Learning WW
This course utilizes Open Educational Resources (OER). Materials for this class will be at low-cost or no cost to the student. Please check Canvas for required materials used in this course.
Access to a personal computer and internet are required for this online course. For information on the required minimum computer specifications visit: https://www.virginiawestern.edu/online/computer-access/
This course may require proctored testing as described in the course syllabus. A student may request an alternative proctoring method, but the student will be responsible for any additional fees associated with the alternative method.
Class # Section Credits Day Time Start Location Mode
68524 PHI 100-11 3
 M W   
12:30 p.m.-1:45 p.m.
2024-08-26 Main P
41951 PHI 100-12 3
  Tu Th  
2:00 p.m.-3:15 p.m.
2024-08-26 Main P
41952 PHI 100-V1 3
       
0:00 a.m.-0:00 a.m.
2024-08-26 Virtual Distance Learning WW
Access to a personal computer and internet are required for this online course. For information on the required minimum computer specifications visit: https://www.virginiawestern.edu/online/computer-access/
This course may require proctored testing as described in the course syllabus. A student may request an alternative proctoring method, but the student will be responsible for any additional fees associated with the alternative method.
This course utilizes Open Educational Resources (OER). Materials for this class will be at low-cost or no cost to the student. Please check Canvas for required materials used in this course.
51739 PHI 100-V2 3
       
0:00 a.m.-0:00 a.m.
2024-10-24 Virtual Distance Learning WW
This course may require proctored testing as described in the course syllabus. A student may request an alternative proctoring method, but the student will be responsible for any additional fees associated with the alternative method.
This course utilizes Open Educational Resources (OER). Materials for this class will be at low-cost or no cost to the student. Please check Canvas for required materials used in this course.
Access to a personal computer and internet are required for this online course. For information on the required minimum computer specifications visit: https://www.virginiawestern.edu/online/computer-access/
This is a 2nd seven-week class. Begins October 24.
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