|General Education Course Categories||Credit Equivalents||Sophia Course|
|BAC 101: Accounting 1||3||Accounting||
|BBM 102: Introduction to Business||3||Introduction to Business||
|PHI or HUM Elective||3||Conflict Resolution||
|Free Elective||1||Developing Effective Teams||
|Free Elective||3||Project Management||
|Free Elective||1||The Essentials of Managing Conflict||
|English and Communication|
|ENG 121: English Composition 1||3||English Composition I||
|ENG 110: English Essentials||3||Foundations of English Composition||
|ENG 131 Public Speaking||3||Public Speaking||
|DSN 105: Visual Communications||3||Visual Communications||
|REL 306: Comparative Religion||3||Approaches to Studying Religions||
|ART 101: Art Appreciation 1||3||Art History I||
|PHI 300 Ethics for Life||3||Introduction to Ethics||
|Math and Science|
|MAT 121: College Math 1||3||College Algebra||
|SCI 310: Environmental Science||3||Environmental Science||
|MAT 110: Math Essentials||3||Foundations of College Algebra||
|Free Elective||3||Foundations of Statistics||
|SCI Elective||3||Human Biology||
|Technology Elective||3||Introduction to Information Technology||
|MAT 308 or MAT 312||3||Introduction to Statistics||
|PSY 101: Introduction to Psychology||3||Introduction to Psychology||
|SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology||3||Introduction to Sociology||
|ECO 101: Economics 1||3||Macroeconomics||
|ECO 102: Economics 2||3||Microeconomics||
|History Elective||3||US History I||
|History Elective||3||US History II||
Are values relative or absolute? What is truth? The ancient Greek philosophers were among the first to ask fundamental questions about human existence, and this course provides an overview of key figures such as Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle and examines their role in shaping history and society. The course will also apply philosophical lenses to analyze some of life’s “big questions “ with new depth and perspective. Full Description
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Are values relative or absolute? What is truth? The ancient Greek philosophers were among the first to ask fundamental questions about human existence, and Sophia's Ancient Greek Philosophers course provides an overview of key figure such as Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle, and examines their role in shaping history and society. The course will also apply philosophical lenses to analyze some of life's "big questions" with new depth and perspective.
Assessments & Grading
This is a pass/fail course. You'll complete 4 Challenge assessments (these are like quizzes) and 1 Milestone assessment (this is like a test) with an overall score of 70% or better.
At the end of the course you'll be able to:
Sophia's college courses are guaranteed to transfer* into a degree program at these featured partner institutions.
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You will be able to pay the balance earlier through a link in your Sophia course. Sophia will not be able to release your course transcript(s) until your tuition balance is paid in full.