The ethics minor engages students through the study of ethical theory and moral issues; the development of skills of critical thinking and reflection; application in their major areas of study; and through service. The minor is designed to enhance any student’s education by enriching awareness of ethical issues, developing abilities to reflect critically and by connecting awareness and reflection to opportunities for action.
The minor is interdisciplinary in nature and design, and combines both traditional study with opportunities for experiential learning. Flexibly designed to be tailored to each individual students’ interests and education, the minor is developed in consultation with a member of the Center’s faculty advisory committee.
- Ethical Thinking
- Engaged Citizenship (interdisciplinary)
- Ethics Service and Reflection
- Field Experience
- Independent Research
For full descriptions, see the Course Catalog.