Designated courses that enable students to develop an understanding of personal action, the good in terms of human agency, happiness, and living a worthwhile life.
Courses designated as Ethics may have more learning objectives in addition to those associated with the Core.
Goals & Objectives
Goal: Students will demonstrate an understanding of ethical criteria and principles necessary for moral evaluation and their practical application.
- (1A) Identify and articulate the fundamental elements of at least two major ethical theories.
- (1B) Recognize the connection between ethical theory and behavior
- (1C) Identify and understand the core assumptions that lie at the heart of ethical behavior
Goal: Students will demonstrate the ability to employ ethical reasoning in matters of human concern.
- (2A) Critically evaluate how conceptions of moral obligation contribute to living a worthwhile life
- (2B) Apply ethical theories in analyzing ethical dilemmas and questions
- (2C) Defend an ethical position while displaying an awareness of opposing ethical arguments
|CLS 207||Mythology & Literature|
|CLS 214||Greek and Roman Tragedy|
|COM 351||Media Ethics|
|CRJ 382||Criminal Justice Ethics|
|CSC 108||Introduction to Web Computing|
|HIS 348||20th Century Marxism|
|HIS 387||Represent of Holocaust Film, Literature, Art and Music|
|PHI 241||Ethics: Traditions in Moral Reasoning|
|PHI 242||Ethical Issues in Business|
|PHI 243||Bio-Medical Ethics|
|PHI 244||Environmental Ethics|
|PHI 245||Animal Ethics|
|PHI 246||Ethics of Technology|
|PHI 251||Love, Friendship, and the Moral Life|
|PHI 252||Happiness, Virtue, and the Good Life|
|PHI 379||Contemporary Women Philosophers|
|RST 242||Introduction to a Spirituality of Business|
|RST 340||Moral Issues Today|
|RST 342||Theological Ethics and Environmental Justice|
|RST 343||A Franciscan Response to Challenge of Science|
|RST 345||Bio-Moral Problems|
|SPMT 302||Ethics & Sport|
*Course offerings subject to change. Courses shown above may not be offered regularly.