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Republic of the Philippines
BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY
Gov. Pablo Borbon Main Campus I
Batangas City

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, ARCHITECTURE AND FINE ARTS

GENERAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
Second Semester, AY 2015-2016

COURSE SYLLABUS

HUM 102
INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
3 Units

Prerequisite: None

UNIVERSITY VISION

A University which shapes a global Filipino imbued with moral courage nurtured through values and excellent education.

UNIVERSITY MISSION

Batangas State University commits to develop productive citizens by providing the highest standard of instruction, research, extension service and production through value-laden learning experiences, community partnership and internationalization initiatives.

Course Title: Introduction to Philosophy | Course Code: HUM 102 | Pre-co-req.: None | Credit Units: 3 | Instructor: Maria Melinda O. Gainza | Year Level: 1st Year | Email: ordonez_ortega@yahoo.com | Semester: 2nd Sem 2015-2016 | Mobile No.: 0918-617-7777 | Schedule: | Room: | |

1.0 PHILOSOPHY

This course introduces the students to the field of philosophy which is said to be the queen of all sciences. It is about how a person understands his nature as well as the world, how he makes decisions in life. What actions he chooses are influenced by the philosophy he develops and adopts. He then begins to have a better understanding of himself, his fellow human beings, the real world and the meaning of life. With philosophical foundation, he will be able to meet the demands of his profession as well as to face the problems of life.

2.0 AUDIENCE

This 3-unit course is intended for first year undergraduate students of Batangas State University.

3.0 RELATIONSHIP TO STUDENT OUTCOME

Student Outcomes | A. Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and science to solve engineering problems. | B. Ability to function on multidisciplinary teams. |…...

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