The College of Arts and Sciences undergraduate minor in Practical and Professional Ethics is offered for students wishing to supplement their study of another major discipline with substantial cross-disciplinary coursework in ethics.
A minor in Practical and Professional Ethics is suitable for students pursuing any major, but can be especially useful for students majoring in Management and Business; Nursing, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, or Healthcare Administration; Social Work; Communication Studies or Media Studies; Chemistry, Biology, or Environmental Studies; and Criminal Justice, Political Science, or Social Sciences.
Required Courses (3 Hours)
Selectives (12 Hours)
In addition to courses completed toward satisfaction of Requirement II above, students must complete any four of the following courses:
Domain-specific Application (3 Hours)
Students must complete 3 credits in upper-level domain-specific non-ethics coursework that complements one or more domain-specific ethics course they have completed from the list of selectives. For example, students who complete MGMT 3099 may take another course in business; students who complete PHIL 3202 may take another course in environmental studies; students who complete COMS 4850 may take another course in communication studies or media studies, etc...