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Philosophy Summer & Fall 2022 course schedule

Religious Studies Summer & Fall 2022 course schedule

If you are having trouble getting into classes you need, here are some suggestions:

  • Be willing to take sections of these classes at days and times other than the most popular. It helps to be flexible in your scheduling.
  • If it’s a core class that has options in the same area, check out the other possibilities that are still available. For example, MUSC 1100, Music Appreciation (Area C); TCGT 1530, Science, Tech, and the Environment (Area D); and GEOG 1130, World Regional Geography (Area E), often have openings.
  • In the case of a closed class that is necessary for you to progress in your program AND you are “stuck” (unable to make a full schedule) until you take that class, you may want to try asking for an override. Here’s the correct procedure:
    • Contact your advisor who, if he/she approves, will send an e-mail petition on your behalf to the Associate Dean of the college. Overrides will be considered for “emergency” situations only (such as the one stated above). Associate Deans will add the course to your schedule if they grant your advisor’s petition.

Contact your advisor for more assistance.

To search for upcoming classes:

  • Use the Georgia Southern Course Search tool.
  • In the SUBJECT space, enter:
    • RELS for religious studies courses
    • PHIL for philosophy courses
  • Select the appropriate TERM from the drop-down menu and make any other specifications for the courses you are looking for

Tentative Course Rotation Fall 2022-Fall 2023
Philosophy, Statesboro Campus

Fall 2022

PHIL 2010- Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL 2030- Introduction to Ethics

PHIL 2020- Critical Thinking

PHIL 3030- Queer Theory

PHIL 3120- Medieval Philosophy

PHIL 3232- Philosophy of Law

PHIL 3330- Philosophy of Art

PHIL 3332- Contemporary Moral Problems

PHIL 3532- Metaphysics

Spring 2023

PHIL 2010- Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL 2030- Introduction to Ethics

PHIL 2020- Critical Thinking

PHIL 3030- Philosophy of Mass Incarceration

PHIL 3100- Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy

PHIL 3150- Contemporary Philosophy

PHIL 4233- Symbolic Logic

PHIL 4632- Philosophy of Religion

Fall 2023

PHIL 2010- Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL 2030- Introduction to Ethics

PHIL 2020- Critical Thinking

PHIL 3030- Political Philosophy

PHIL 3030- Feminism

PHIL 3030- The Problem of Love

PHIL 3200- Technology, Society and Human Values

PHIL 3140- 19th Century Philosophy

PHIL 3232- Philosophy of Law

Tentative Course Rotation Fall 2022-Spring 2024
Philosophy, Armstrong Campus

Fall 2022

PHIL 3030- Selected Topics: Understanding the Holocaust

PHIL 3140- 19th Century Philosophy

PHIL 3150- Philosophy of Film

Spring 2023

PHIL 3030- Postmodernism

PHIL 3635- Existentialism

PHIL 4233- Symbolic Logic

Fall 2023

PHIL 3100- Ancient Philosophy

PHIL 3200- Technology, Society, and Human Values

PHIL 4534- Bioethics

Spring 2024

PHIL 3170- Postmodernism

PHIL 3635- Existentialism

PHIL 4632- Philosophy of Religion

Tentative Course Rotation Fall 2022-Fall 2023
Religious Studies, Statesboro Campus

Fall 2022

RELS 2100- World Religions

RELS 2130- Introduction to Religious Studies

RELS 3030- Religion, Sports, and Society

RELS 3234- Asian Religious Philosophy

RELS 3330- Introduction to the Hebrew Bible

RELS 4890- Religious Studies Capstone Project

Spring 2023

RELS 2100- World Religions

RELS 2130- Introduction to Religious Studies

RELS 3134- Introduction to Asian Religions

RELS 3030- The Bible & Its Interpreters

RELS 3440- Religion and Law

RELS 4890- Religious Studies Capstone Project

Fall 2023

RELS 2100- World Religions

RELS 2130- Introduction to Religious Studies

RELS 3138- Introduction to Buddhism

RELS 3430- History and Archaeology of the Biblical World

RELS 4336- Science and Religion

Last updated: 3/22/2022