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M.Phil 536 Ethics (3 Credits)

This course will integrate essential components of ethical behavior and moral reasoning into defined activities, such as research, course projects, and independent study. Students will be taught to make distinctions among courses of action and ethic acts as well as distinguish between personal problems of individuals and larger social issues.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Acquire techniques of critical reasoning and conceptual analysis.
  • Link different ethical theories to the real-world, to specific disciplines and to hypothetical test cases.
  • Recognize ambiguities ethical problems and recommend solutions.