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The Politics, Philosophy and Law department offers a certificate in Ethics. Students with a certificate in ethics are able to reflect on concrete ethics issues, state their arguments and views clearly, assess the quality of ethical argumentation, and understand complex ethical theories. This is a new and exciting opportunity for students of any major.
The Certificate in Ethics requires 12 credits. Two classes will be required and 2 others will be chosen from a list of available classes. See below for more course information:
PHIL 206 – Introduction to Ethics (GENED)
PHIL 215 – Contemporary Moral Problems (GENED)
Electives (select two):
PHIL 320 –Value Theory
PHIL 328 – Ethics in the Criminal Justice System
PHIL 340 – Bioethics
POLS 349 – Global Ethics
HESM 282 – Ethics and Issues in Sport Management
If you have any questions about this certificate, please contact Dr. Christopher Hudspeth.