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Pitzer College    
 
    
 
  Nov 19, 2017
 
2014-15 Pitzer Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 

Philosophy

   •  PHIL 040 PO -Ancient Philosophy
   •  PHIL 042 PO -Modern Philosophy
   •  PHIL 043 PZ -Continental Thought
   •  PHIL 049 PO -Science and Values
   •  PHIL 052 PZ -Philosophy of Religion
   •  PHIL 060 PO -Logic
   •  PHIL 062 PZ -Chance and Scientific Reasoning
   •  PHIL 070 PO -Art & Aesthetics
   •  PHIL 071 PO -History of Aesthetics
   •  PHIL 080 PO -Philosophy of Mind
   •  PHIL 081 PO -Epistemology
   •  PHIL 084 PZ -Islamic Philosophy
   •  PHIL 096 JT -God and Philosophy
   •  PHIL 096 PZ -God and Philosophy
   •  PHIL 103 PO -Philosophy of Science: Historical Survey
   •  PHIL 104 PO -Philosophy of Science: Topical Survey
   •  PHIL 106 PO -Philosophy of Biology
   •  PHIL 125 HM -Ethical Issues in Science and Engineering
   •  PHIL 130 PZ -Monkey Business: Controversies in Human Evolution
   •  PHIL 155 PZ -Islam vs. Islam
   •  PHIL 170 SC -Faith and Reason
   •  PHIL 174 PZ -Perspectives on the Senses
   •  PHIL 185E PO -Self, Language and Imagination
   •  PHIL 185L PO -Topics in Epistemology, Metaphysics and the Philosophy of Mind
   •  PHIL 185M PO -Philosophy of Langugage and Mind
   •  PHIL 185N JT -Topics in Neurophilosophy
   •  PHIL 185Q PO -Topics in Science and Values
   •  PHIL 185S PO -Topics in Social and Political Philosophy
   •  PHIL 186E PO -Heidegger and the Tradition
   •  PHIL 186H PO -Topics in History of Modern Philosophy
   •  PHIL 186K PO -Kant
   •  PHIL 186R PO -Topics in Philosophy: Russell & Wittgenstein
   •  PHIL 186S PO -Spinoza and Leibniz on Reality
   •  PHIL 187A PO -Tutorial in Philosophy
   •  PHIL 187B PO -Tutorial in Philosophy
   •  PHIL 187C PO -Tutorial in Ancient Philosophy
   •  PHIL 191 PZ -Senior Thesis
   •  PPE 160 PO -Freedom, Markets and Well-Being

Physics

   •  PHYS 017 PO -Physics in Society
   •  PHYS 030L KS -General Physics
   •  PHYS 031L KS -General Physics
   •  PHYS 033L KS -Principles of Physics
   •  PHYS 034L KS -Principles of Physics
   •  PHYS 035 KS -Modern Physics
   •  PHYS 077L KS -Great Ideas in Science
   •  PHYS 079L KS -Energy and the Environment
   •  PHYS 080 HM -Topics in Physics
   •  PHYS 100 KS -Computational Physics & Engineering
   •  PHYS 101 KS -Intermediate Mechanics
   •  PHYS 102 KS -Intermediate Electricity and Magnetism
   •  PHYS 105 KS -Computational Partial Differential Equations
   •  PHYS 108 KS -Programming for Science and Engineering
   •  PHYS 114 KS -Quantum Mechanics
   •  PHYS 115 KS -Statistical Mechanics
   •  PHYS 178 KS -Biophysics
   •  PHYS 188L KS -Senior Research in Physics
   •  PHYS 190L KS -Senior Experimental Thesis
   •  PHYS 191 KS -Senior Library Thesis in Physics
   •  PHYS 199 KS -Independent Study in Physics

Political Studies

   •  POLI 102 SC -Cooperation and Rivalry in the European Union
   •  POLI 119 SC -Public Policy in the European Union
   •  POST 010A PZ -Introduction to Political Studies: Political Philosophy and U.S. Politics
   •  POST 010B PZ -Introduction to Political Studies: Global and Comparative
   •  POST 020 PZ -American Politics
   •  POST 030 PZ -Comparative Politics
   •  POST 040 PZ -Global Politics
   •  POST 050 PZ -Introduction to Political Philosophy: Political Thought East and West
   •  POST 060 PZ -Introduction to Public Policy
   •  POST 070 PZ -Research Methods in Political Studies
   •  POST 091 PZ -Statistics
   •  POST 098A CH -Applied Urban Politics I
   •  POST 098B CH -Applied Urban Politics II
   •  POST 101 PZ -Voting, Campaigns, and Elections
   •  POST 102 PZ -Seminar on Women in Politics
   •  POST 103 PZ -Power and Participation in American Politics
   •  POST 104A PZ -Campaigns and Parties Practicum: Candidates and Party Building
   •  POST 104B PZ -Campaigns and Parties Practicum: Voters and Party Systems
   •  POST 105 PZ -American Politics
   •  POST 106 PZ -Law and Politics
   •  POST 107 CH -Latino Politics
   •  POST 108 PZ -California Politics
   •  POST 109 PZ -Public Opinion
   •  POST 110 PZ -Government and Politics of the EU
   •  POST 112 PZ -Old Living in an Old Country: British National Identies since 1945
   •  POST 113 PZ -Introduction to South Asian Politics
   •  POST 114 HM -Comparative Environmental Politics
   •  POST 116 PZ -Surfing and the Politics of Race, Class and Culture
   •  POST 119 PZ -Latin American Politics
   •  POST 121 PZ -Religion, Conflict & Violence
   •  POST 127 PZ -The Rise of Brazil
   •  POST 128 PZ -The War on Terror
   •  POST 129 PZ -Politics in Nation States
   •  POST 131 PZ -U.S. Foregin Policy
   •  POST 133 PZ -Film, Politics and the Cold War
   •  POST 135 PZ -Mapping Global Cultures
   •  POST 136 PZ -Political Authority and State Formation
   •  POST 140 HM -Global Environmental Politics
   •  POST 141 PZ -International Political Economy
   •  POST 142 PZ -The Third World and the Global Economy
   •  POST 143 PZ -Global Governance
 

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