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Total Graduate Classes
  • Total Graduate Classes/Hours:
    33
    /99
     
  • Graduate Classes/Hours in Philosophy:
    25/
    75
     
  • Graduate Classes/Hours in Theology:
    10/30
     
    * With 2 classes overlapping between the two subjects.
Doctoral Program in Philosophy
Classes/Hours in the PhD Program at the Catholic University of America (2010-2013):
14/42 (Listed in chronological order)
  • PHIL 839 Phaedo, Epicureans, and Stoics on Death
    (Druart)
  • PHIL 765 Metaphysical Themes in Thomas Aquinas
    (Wippel)
  • PHIL 697 Substantial Unity
    [Mereology: This is the philosophy of parts and wholes. Read More]
    (Gorman)
  • PHIL 724 Aristotle's Categories and On Interpretation
    (De Groot)
  • PHIL 747 Plotinus
    [Neoplatonism]
    (Vorwerk)
  • PHIL 782 The Agent of Truth
    [Phenomenology of the Human Person. Read More]
    (Sokolowski)
  • PHIL 720 Hume's Religion
    (McCarthy)
  • PHIL 772 Modern German Phil: Leibniz - Dilthey
    (Zaborowski)
  • PHIL 791 Thought of William of Ockham
    (Noone)
  • PHIL 605 German Idealism
    (Rohlf)
  • PHIL 881 Aquinas on Divine Ideas
    [The Platonic Forms in the Mind of God]
    (Doolan)
  • PHIL 889 Husserl's Formal and Transcendental Logic
    (Sokolowski)
  • PHIL 831 Husserl's Cartesian Meditations
    (Sokolowski)
  • PHIL 832 Kant's Critique of Pure Reason
    (Rohlf)

CUA Milestones:

  • First Comprehensive Exam (1/2):
    Subject Area: Ancient Philosophy
    (Fall 2011)
  • Second Comprehensive Exam (2/2):
    Subject Area: Contemporary Philosophy
    (Spring 2013)
  • Admitted to Candidacy on 08-26-2013
    (Fall 2013)
  • Graduate School German Translation Exam Completed
    (Fall 2013)
  • Graduate School French Translation Exam Completed
    (Spring 2016)
  • Dissertation Proposal Approved by Faculty
    (Spring 2016)
     
Community Scholar Program
Classes/Hours in the Community Scholar Program at the University of Virginia (2008-2009):
2/6

  • PHIL 733 Metaphysics
    (Merricks)
  • PHIL 836 Experience
    [Philosophy of Perception. Read More]
    (Langsam)
Masters of Arts in Religious Studies
Classes/Hours in the Master of Arts Program at Liberty University (2004-2007):
17
/51

 Philosophy
  • PHIL 597 Kant Seminar
    (Martin)
  • PHIL 625 Epistemology
    (Provenzola)
  • PHIL 695 Symbolic Logic
    (Martin)
  • PHIL 697 Postmodernism/Existentialism
    (Provenzola)
  • APOL 697 Eastern Philosophies
    (Jones)
  • PHIL 697 Metaphysics
    (Martin)
  • PHIL 697 Kierkegaard Seminar
    (Hinkson)

Philosophy and Theology

  • PHIL 550 Intr. Philosophy of Religion
    (Martin)
  • PHIL 605 Existence of God
    (Beck)

Theology

  • THEO 503 Mod/Contemp Christian Thought
    (Morrison)
  • OBST 591 OT Orientation 1
    (Fowler)
  • NBST 521 NT Orientation 1
    (Freerkson)
  • APOL 500 Intr. Apologetics
    (Habermas)
  • APOL 610 Miracles
    (Habermas)
  • THEO 641 Adv. Bibliology
    (Morrison)
  • THEO 642 Adv. Christology
    (Morrison)
  • THEO 680 Research Methods
    (Martin/Miller)

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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