Current Semester

Fall 2019

Below find new courses that will be offered in Spring 2019. This is in addition to courses that might be offered in the fall semester that are already on our course listing.

If you have any questions about the following courses, or a course that seems that it ought to be on this list, please be in touch with Dr. Doorley at mark.doorley@villanova.edu.  Thank you.

Track I

Required

PHI 2115 Ethics for Healthcare Professionals

              001 TR 2:30PM, instructor TBD, CRN 29622

              002, TR 11:30, Koch, CRN 29623

              003, TR 1, Koch, CRN 29624

OR PHI 2117 (Honors) The Good Doctor, Brakman, TR 2:30, CRN 29625

THL 4200 Ethics of Life and Death, Instructor TBD, T 6:10 – 8:50pm, CRN 41364

Electives

BIO 3351 001 MWF 9:30 – 10:20, M 6-7:30, T 10 – 10:50

              DiBenedetto and Shirangi, CRN 28050

                 002  MWF 9:30 – 10:20, T 1-1:50, CRN 28051

                 003  MWF 9:30 – 10:20, W 11:30 -12:20, CRN 28052

                004  MWF 9:30 – 10:20. T 12:30 – 1:20, CRN 28053

                005 MWF 9:30 – 10:20, T 2:20 – 3:30, CRN 28054

BIO 3595, 001  General Microbiology, MWF 8:30 – 9:20, T 8:30 – 11:20, CRN 28057

                   002    MWF 8:30 – 9:20, T 1 – 3:50, CRN 28058

BIO 4205, 001 Cell Biology, MWF 12:30 – 1:20, R 1-3:50, CRN ,Russo

                    

PHI 2117 The Good Doctor, Honors, TR 2:30, Brakman, CRN 29625

SOC 3400 Medical Sociology, TR 4, CRN 29909, Bergey

Track II

Required

PHI 2400 Social & Political Philosophy, Rockhill, MW 3, CRN 29628

Electives

CRM 3001, 001  Justice & Society, Arvanites, TR 8:30, CRN 28469

                     002, Justice & Society, Hannon, MW 1:30, CRN 28470

CRM 3350 The Supreme Court, Donato, R 4-6:30, CRN 28471

CRM 3400 Punishment & Society, McCorkel, TR 4, CRN 28472

CRM 4000, 002  Topics: Race, Crime & Justice, Welch, MWF 11:30, CRN 28474

PHI 2400 Social & Political Philosophy, Rockhill, MW 3, CRN 29628

PHI 2500 Philosophy of Exchange, Wetzel, MW 1:30, CRN 29633

PJ 2700 Peacemakers and Peacemaking, Honors, McCarraher, MW 4:30, CRN 29723

PJ 2800 001 Race, Class, and Gender, Pilipchuk, MWF 11:30, CRN 29724

                 002, Race, Class, and Gender, Instructor TBD, TR 2:30, CRN 29725

PJ 5000, 001  Topics: History of Homelessness, Sena, TR 10, CRN 29729

PJ 5000 002 Topics: Agitating for Justice, Instructor TBD, TR 11:30, CRN 29730

PSC 4275  Topics: Gender, War and Peace, Murtagh, MWF 11:30, CRN 29758

PSC 4475  Topics: Law & Morality, Mark, MW 3, CRN 29759

SOC 3600 Race & Ethnic Relations, Kramer, MWF 10:30, CRN 29910

THL 3740 Liberation Theologies, Purcaro, TR 8:30, CRN 41358

THL 3790 003 Theological Capitalism and (In)Justice, Grimes, TR 11:30, CRN 41361

 

 

 

Track III, Ethics and Public Policy

Required

PHI 2450 Catholic  Social Thought, Scholz, TR 1, CRN 29632

Electives

COM 3600 Social Justice Documentary

              001 Lewis, TR 1 – 3:45, CRN 28436

              002 O’Leary, TR 1-3:45, CRN 28437

ECO 3108 Global Political Economy

              Prerequisites (ECO 1001 and 1002)

              Wolnicki

                             TR 8:30, CRN 28671

                             TR 10, CRN 28672

                             TR 11:30, CRN 28673

              Young

                             MWF 8:30, 28674

                             MWF 9:30 28675

                             MWF 10:30 28676

              McMahon, Honors

                             TR 4, CRN 28677

ECO 4200, 005 Topics: International Macroeconomics, Kersting, TR 11:30, CRN 28696

PHI 2121 Environmental Ethics

              Murdoch 001 MWF 10:30, CRN 29626

Murdoch 002 MWF 11:30, CRN 29627

PHI 2400 Social & Political Philosophy, Rockhill, MW 3, CRN 29628

PHI 2450 Catholic Social Thought, Scholz, TR 1, CRN 29632

PJ 2500 Education & Social Justice, Anthony, TR 1, CRN 29722

PJ 2800 001 Race Class Gender, Pilipchuk, MWF 11:30, CRN 29724

               002, Instructor TBD, TR 2:30, CRN 29725

SOC 5050 Social Theory & Public Policy, Eckstein, TR 10AM, CRN 29912

THL 3740 Liberation Theologies, Purcaro, TR 8:30, CRN 41358

 

Required

ETH 3010, 001 Ethics in the Anthropocene, Swenson-Lengyel, TR 11:30, CRN 28898

              (counts as upper level theology core course)*

PHI 2121 Environmental Ethics

              Murdoch 001 MWF 10:30, CRN 29626, MWF 11:30, CRN 29627

Electives

BIO 3661 Environment & Human Health, Olson, TR 8:30, CRN 28059

BIO 3950, 001  Topics: Climate Change Solutions, Wieder, MW 4:30, CRN 28060

              Prereqs: BIO 2105 and 2016

BIO 4385 Global Change Ecology, Chapman & Hayes, TR 11:30, R 1-3:50, CRN 28069

              Prereqs: BIO 2105 and 2106

BIO 4451 Field Ecology & Evolution, permission of the instructor, Curry, T 4:00, CRN 28070

Required Field Trip to Costa Rica, 12/29 – 1/12, Prereq or concurrent: See Master schedule

CHE 5002  Principles of Air Pollution Control, Ritter, MW 1:30, CRN 28202

CHE 5715 Alternative Energy, Coe, TR 1, CRN 28208

ETH 3010, 001 Ethics in the Anthropocene, Swenson-Lengyel, TR 11:30, CRN 28898

GEV 2500 Global Change in Local Places, Henderson, MWF 11:30, CRN 28957

GEV 2525 Population Geography, Henderson, TR 11:30, CRN 28958

GEV 4333 Politics & the Environment, Clarke, MWF 12:30, CRN 28974

LAW 6262 The  Ethics and Empirics of Engineering Humanity, Freischmann & G Theiner, R 4:00-5:50 CRN 41682

PHI 2700 Philosophy of Science, Instructor TBD, TR 4, CRN 29634

*Exception to the required courses, given this electives topic

 

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