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Amy M. Cedrone

Amy Cedrone

Assistant Professor Philosophy


My area of specialization is ancient Greek philosophy. I also have significant background in mediaeval philosophy and logic. I have credentials in online teaching and course design, and I use online tools in all my courses. I teach at Harford because, as a graduate of a community college, I know the value of good scholarship and effective instruction, and the importance of access. I strive to make higher education and the philosophy and religion program at HCC the best quality available to all my students.


  • A.A., Harford Community College
  • B.A., Loyola University Maryland
  • M.A., Fordham University

Research Interests

  • Ancient Greek philosophy
  • Metaphysics and moral philosophy
  • Online Pedagogy and Course Design
  • Open Educational Resources (OER) and Universal Design in Learning (UDL)

Courses Taught

  • PHIL 101, Introduction to Philosophy
  • PHIL 193, Independent Study (varied topics)
  • PHIL 200, Principles of Logic
  • PHIL 205, Ethics (Introduction)
  • PHIL 220, Bioethics
  • PHIL 221, Business Ethics
  • PHIL 222, Environmental Ethics
  • RELG 210, Comparative Religion


  • Philosophy, A.A.