Legal Controversies and Ethical Principles (4.0 units)
Philosophical theories of law and applications to controversies of importance to society and our legal system, such as free speech, civil disobedience, and self-defense.
- General Education: This course satisfies the university's general education requirement.
- Note: Register for lecture, one discussion, lab and one section of WRIT 140 listed below (unless you have already satisfied the Writing Requirement)
- Concurrent enrollment: WRIT 140
|49590R||Lecture||11:00-12:15pm||Tue, Thu||131 of 150||Gideon Yaffe||MHP101|
|49591R||Discussion||9:00-9:50am||Wednesday||25 of 26||Aness Webster||SOSB48|
|49592R||Discussion||10:00-10:50am||Wednesday||25 of 27||Aness Webster||SOSB48|
|49593R||Discussion||9:00-9:50am||Thursday||23 of 25||Michael Pressman||MHP102|
|49594R||Discussion||10:00-10:50am||Thursday||24 of 25||Michael Pressman||VHE210|
|49595R||Discussion||9:00-9:50am||Friday||16 of 25||Jennifer Liderth||MHP102|
|49596R||Discussion||10:00-10:50am||Friday||18 of 25||Jennifer Liderth||MHP102|
Focuses on analytical and argumentative writing skills requisite to academic and professional writing. Emphasizes logical analysis of texts and other data, effective use of evidence, ethical argumentation, and stylistic and grammatical fluency. Requires concurrent enrollment with an affiliated General Education course in the Social Issues category. Students must achieve a satisfactory score on the verbal portion of the SAT, the USC Writing Examination, or credit for WRIT 120 or 121 before enrolling in WRIT 140.
|64130D||Lecture||8:00-9:15am||Tue, Thu||13 of 17||Stacy Lettman||GFS221|
|64135D||Lecture||8:00-9:15am||Tue, Thu||16 of 17||Amy Schroeder||GFS204|
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|66997D||Lab||7:00-8:50pm||Tuesday||627 of 1000||BOV AUD|
Information accurate as of 10/8/2012 7:28 AM.