2003 - 2005 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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philosophy philosophy phil m12 3 units survey of world religions east prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture systematically introduces major ideas of the world’s eastern religious traditions including hinduism zoroastrianism buddhism jainism sikhism taoism confucianism and shinto explores cultural and historical contexts in which these religions arose views each religion from the standpoint of its proponents emphasizes main similarities and differences exhibited within these traditions provider approved by the california board of registered nursing provider number cep 2811 for 45 contact hours applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc igetc area 3b phil m22a/b 1 to 3 units independent studies in philosophy prerequisites a previous course in philosophy class hours 1 to 3 as arranged allows an independent project approved by instructor and dean to expand knowledge of philosophy through research lab work or field trips includes one-on-one work with instructor may be taken for a maximum of 6 units applies to associate degree transfer credit csu for uc determined after admission phil m60a-z 0.5 to 3 units topics in philosophy prerequisites to be determined class hours to be determined each course deals with a specific topic not covered in general offerings when offered each course is announced in the semesters schedule of classes transfer credit determined by transfer institution phil m13 3 units the classical mind prerequisites none recommended preparation engl m01a class hours 3 lecture surveys ancient and medieval philosophy up to the renaissance emphasizing the development of central philosophical themes applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc igetc area 3b developed topics include phil m60a 1 unit philosophy of nonviolence prerequisites none class hours 1 lecture explores theory and practice of nonviolence as both a political strategy and a philosophical approach to life reviews classical and contemporary texts including works by gandhi camus and thoreau applies to associate degree transfer credit csu;uc phil m14 3 units the modern mind prerequisites none recommended preparation engl m01a class hours 3 lecture surveys modern philosophy since the renaissance emphasizing the development of themes in contemporary philosophy applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc igetc area 3b phil m60b 1 unit topics sex and gender in philosophy prerequisites none class hours 1 lecture the philosophical and ethical analysis of human sexuality and relationships between male and female including feminist perspectives applies to the associate degree transfer credit csu uc uc transfer credit pending phil m15 3 units business ethics prerequisites none recommended preparation engl m02 or bus m28 or esl m33 class hours 3 lecture introduces basic moral concepts and theories and applies them to business focus is on the nature of obligations right action and responsibility and business decisions related to stockholder rights management responsibility employee rights consumer and environment protection advertising etc co-numbered bus m15 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc phil m80 1 to 4 units internship in philosophy prerequisites completion of or concurrent enrollment in one course in the discipline class hours 3 to 33 work experience hours as arranged provides on-the-job learning to enhance coursework under the direct supervision of faculty and industry supervisors both supervisors provide feedback and written evaluations some meetings and workshops may be required as part of the course to take this course contact the internship office call 805 378-1536 may be taken four 4 times for credit same course as wexp m20 applies to associate degree transfer credit csu for uc determined after admission phil m17 3 units health care ethics prerequisites none class hours 3 lecture introduces theoretical and applied ethics relating to problems in medicine health care and the human life sciences includes examination of foundational moral principles and theories explores confidentiality ethical conflict and moral dilemmas through case studies same course as hs m17 provider approved by the california board of registered nursing provider number cep2811 for 45 contact hours applies to associate degree transfer credit csu moorpark college catalog 2003-05 phil m95 3 units honors in philosophy ethics and technology prerequisites phil m01 or m02 or m04 class hours 3 lecture investigates the moral issues and implications raised by recent developments of modern technology and provides a theoretical framework for moral reflection and judgment honors work challenges students to be more analytical and creative through expanded assignments real-world applications and enrichment opportunities applies to associate degree transfer credit csu uc igetc area 3b 188