HUM-1155 Ethics - 3.00 credits

Ethics is a philosophy course that focuses on ethical theories and moral issues. The course has two aspects: one emphasizes meta-ethical thinking, or thinking about the nature of ethics itself, and one emphasizes ethical thinking, or thinking about what to do in a particular situation. The course is both theoretical and practical. The course has implications that will impact upon students as persons in their private or public lives. Service Learning opportunity may be available. Not available for supplemental. Instruction (3.0). Equivalent to: HUM-155.