About the Program
Philosophy is one of the oldest academic subjects in the world, and it has given rise to nearly all other specialized academic disciplines. Our courses challenge students to think logically and critically to devise solutions to society's problems.
What can you do with a degree in philosophy?
- Research Assistant
Degree & Program Types
Check out this list for a quick view of our philosophy programs. For program requirements and full course listings, view degrees and certificates information.
Associate in Arts Degree
Associate Degree for Transfer
We offer a broad range of philosophy courses. See our course catalog for detailed descriptions, with links to currently offered classes.
PHIL 2 Introduction to Social & Political Philosophy (4 units)
PHIL 4 Introduction to Philosophy (4 units)
PHIL 8 Ethics (5 units)
PHIL 7 Introduction to Symbolic Logic (5 units)
PHIL 30 Introduction to Critical Thinking (4 units)
PHIL 11 Introduction to the Philosophy of Art & Aesthetics (4 units)
PHIL 12 Philosophy of Science (4 units)
PHIL 24 Comparative World Religions: East (4 units)
PHIL 25 Comparative World Religions: West (4 units)
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