The Ethics Minor is an interdisciplinary program that examines the concept of moral good and practice applying it in various situations. Study will focus on the history and theory of ethics, various belief systems and specific relevant professional codes.
The goals of the Ethics Minor are to:
- Enhance the awareness of ethical issues, both at a theoretical and a practical and professional level.
- Improve critical thinking and moral reasoning in resolving ethical problems
Minor Program Requirements
The minor in Ethics requires the completion of a minimum of 18 semester hours (9 hours of more at the 300 level), including: PHIL 104 or RELG 114 and PHIL 304 (Ethics) and at least four other courses from among the following: PHIL 102, PHIL 104, PHIL 201, PSYC 304, SOCW 200, BAD 346, COMM 280.