Ethical Dimensions

Students will develop the ability to:

  1. Analyze the origin of their core beliefs.
  2. Explore multiple perspectives in areas of contemporary significance including ethical implications.
  3. Apply concepts of justice and fairness grounded in cultural perspectives and awareness.
  4. Recognize the complexities and interrelationships among ethical issues.
  5. Explain to others the connection between ethics, the value of good citizenship and the evolution of concepts of right and wrong.

Courses:

  • ARC 201 Introduction to American Architecture (3 credits) 
  • BIO 154 Human Physiology (4 credits) 
  • BUS 155 Business Ethics (3 credits) 
  • CRJ 113 Criminal Law (3 credits) 
  • CRJ 258 Criminal Procedure (3 credits) 
  • ECE 111 Introduction to Early Childhood Education (3 credits) 
  • EGR 113 Introduction to Robotics (4 credits) 
  • FIR 157 Leadership and Command (3 credits) 
  • GVT 111 U.S. Government (3 credits) 
  • GVT 112 Comparative Government (3 credits) 
  • GVT 251 State and Local Government (3 credits) 
  • HCI 122 Medical Law and Ethics (3 credits) 
  • HST 113 United States History to 1877 (3 credits) 
  • HST 114 United States History from 1877 (3 credits) 
  • HST 115 Twentieth Century Social History-1919 to the Present (3 credits) 
  • HST 116 American Foreign Policy-1898 to the Present (3 credits) 
  • HUM 160 The Criminal in Literature and the Arts (3 credits) 
  • HUM 264 An Honors Interdisciplinary Seminar on the Holocaust (3 credits) 
  • HUM 291 Honors Seminar in Postmodern Studies (3 credits) 
  • LSM 241 Legal and Ethical Aspects of Sport (3 credits) 
  • MAN 154 Small Business Management (3 credits) 
  • PHL 101 Introduction to Philosophy (3 credits) 
  • PHL 152 Ethics: Making Ethical Decisions in a Modern World (3 credits) 
  • PSY 259 Psychology of Personal Adjustment (3 credits) 
  • PSY 271 Global Leadership (3 credits) 
  • SOC 101 Principles of Sociology (3 credits) 
  • SOC 212 The Sociology of Social Problems (3 credits) 
  • SOC 216 Food, Famine, and Farming in the Global Village (3 credits) 
  • SOC 252 The Sociology of Human Relations (3 credits) 
  • SOC 256 Race and Ethnicity in the Contemporary United States (3 credits) 
  • SOC 257 Social Issues in Loss (3 credits) 
  • SSC 217 Technology and Society (3 credits) 
  • THE 101 Introduction to Theatre (3 credits)