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Philosophy

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Sacramento City College Philosophy

Philosophy examines fundamental and important questions regarding the nature of truth, sound reasoning, morality, beauty, God, justice, reality, and the elements essential to living the good life. Diligent study of philosophy will improve one’s critical thinking skills in order to prepare for a career in teaching, law, medical ethics, public service, writing and publishing, social work and religious services, as well as provide a strong foundation for graduate work in various academic disciplines.

This program is intended to prepare students for transfer into baccalaureate philosophy programs at the California State University. It provides essential lower division work and offers a broad selection of elective courses. It also offers the opportunity to develop general skills, such as critical thinking, comprehending challenging reading materials, and producing clear and precise argumentative writing, which are useful in a broad range of endeavors.

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This program is intended to prepare students for transfer into baccalaureate philosophy programs at the California State University. It offers the opportunity to develop general skills such as critical thinking, comprehending challenging reading materials, and producing clear and precise argumentative writing, which are useful for a broad range of endeavors.

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Arts and Communication

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This program is part of the Arts and Communication meta major.

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