Course Offerings

Required Courses

PHIL-121 Introductory Ethics (3 credits)
Presents a systematic and historical discussion of moral and social values through classical and contemporary readings. Emphasis on applying moral theories to concrete moral problems.
REL-201 Religious Ethics (3 credits)
Provides an introduction to religious moral thinking, paying attention to the basis, nature, content, and consequences of ethical thought and the religious traditions that address them. Includes a close study and discussion of various approaches to ethics as embedded in the world's most widespread religious traditions (particularly Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, etc.) as well as an analysis of selected contemporary issues such as violence and war, euthanasia, abortion, sexuality, and racism.

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