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SPHL 2001 - Ethics

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5 credits

Students are introduced to the nature and foundations of moral judgments and applications to contemporary moral issues in this course. Students explore an overview of ethical constraints from the prevailing philosophical and religious perspectives. Using a range of moral theories, students assess their beliefs, values, and perspectives on various ethical scenarios. Through this course, students gain the knowledge needed to formulate solutions to problems of professional and private life against the backdrop of ethical theory.


  • ENGL 1010