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Introduction to Ethics

( INTRO TO ETHICS )

Course details for PHIL 215L C4A, Spring Quarter B894, Last Update: 7/17/2019 9:05:02 AM

Learning Community / Integrative Experience:

Title: Ethics in Science

Description:
Offered specifically for science majors, this learning community will explore ethics in the context of science.

Included Courses:
PHIL 215L INTRO TO ETHICS

Department:  Philosophy (PHIL)

Crse No: 215L

Ln Item: 2313

Sec: C4A

Credits: 5

Campus:  Mount Vernon on Canvas

Dates:  Full quarter

Day, Time, Room, and Instructor Table
DaysTimeRm(s)Instrc(s)
MWThF 12:30PM-1:35PM A136 in Angst Hall Loonat F

Type: English Writing Link

Status: Open

Seats Available: 12 of 36

Description and Prerequisite:

Develops the ideas of humans as moral agents and critically considers various interpretations of the ideals and standards of moral conduct.

Prerequisite: Completed ENGL& 101 with a grade of 2.0 or higher.

NOTE: This course is part of an English writing link. You are required to enroll in another course that is part of the link.
See the Learning Community / Integrative Experience section above for details.

Class Notes:

1. This class is a Science Learning Community. You must be co-enrolled in one of the following courses: BIOL& 223, BIOL& 260, CHEM& 131, CHEM& 163, CHEM& 243, PHYS& 243, CS 143, or CS 211.

Required Concurrently Enrolled Course(s):


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