The aim of philosophy courses is to understand how the great minds of the past and present have perceived and answered the most challenging questions about knowledge and reality and then to develop one’s own philosophy. This discipline encourages the acquisition and development of creative thought processes.
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A.A.-T. In Philosophy
Associate in Arts in Philosophy for Transfer degree (AA-T)
This degree is primarily intended for the student who wants to earn a degree on the way to transferring to a California State University.