Examination of differing traditional and contemporary views of such basic philosophical problems as: What can we know? Are moral judgments relative? Is human behavior free? Emphasis on analysis of differing arguments, thus encouraging students to develop a capacity for philosophical reasoning. Prerequisite: Junior or Senior status. Group: I. Ideas 2 SIGNATURE course.
Personal and Professional Ethics
After a brief introduction to basic theoretical perspectives in ethics, students identify, analyze and discuss various ethical perplexities that arise in personal and professional life.
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
This course introduces students to the ethical dimensions of managerial decision-making by exploring such concepts as stakeholder theory, social justice, and human rights. Offered Selectively. Group: I.
Courses offered selectively:
PH 105 Language, Logic, and Reasoning
PH 211 Ethical Theory
PH 214 Social and Political Philosophy