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Philosophy Resource Guide

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Applied Ethics Certificate

The Certificate in Applied and Professional Ethics offers a valuable credential for those entering professions such as public health, business, politics, public policy, education, and social work. We provide ethics training that will assist you in future leadership positions and service on institutional ethics committees and compliance boards.

Students must take 4 classes (12 credits) in moral philosophy. All students will be required to take:

PHL 204 Ethics
PHL 465 Contemporary Ethical Problems

 

You may choose 2 or more from the following:

PHL 206 Sport Ethics
PHL 207 Philosophies of Education 
PHL 298 Special Topics in Ethics
PHL 305 Nursing Ethics
PHL 306 Business Ethics
PHL 307 Medical Ethics
PHL 451 Political and Social Philosophy

Philosophy Minor

A minor in Philosophy requires 18 hours in the discipline, including:

PHL 201 - Introduction to Philosophy*
PHL 202 - Aesthetics
PHL 204 - Ethics
PHL 205 - Logic
PHL 206 - Sport Ethics
PHL 301 - Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
PHL 302 - Modern Philosophy
PHL 304 - Philosophy of Religion
PHL 305 - Nursing Ethics
PHL 306 - Business Ethics
PHL 307 - Medical Ethics
PHL 450 - Special Topics in Philosophy
PHL 451 - Political and Social Philosophy
PHL 465 - Contemporary Ethical Problems

*required for minor