The Health-care Ethics program is a concentration of courses offered by disciplines concerned with health-care practices and the education of health-care practitioners. The minor is designed to heighten a student's awareness of what constitutes ethical concerns, problems, and activity from the perspectives of various kinds of health-care practitioners, clients, and institutions. Ethics courses present perspectives on ethical life in order to alert the student to the conceptual dimension of ethical activity and the existence of differing and conflicting modes of ethical reasoning.
Students wishing to enter this program need to be certain that required prerequisites of many of the courses within the program are met.
BSCI 30050 Human Genetics (3)
HED 21050 Health Education Theories (3)
SOC 42563 Sociology of Health and Health Care (3)
PHIL 40005 Health Care Ethics (3)
PHIL 21001 Intro to Ethics (3)
plus 9 additional hours, where no more than 6 hours can be taken in any one cluster
BSCI 20021 Basic Microbiology (3)
BSCI 40020 Biology of Aging (3)
SOC 42010 Death & Dying (3)
HED 14020 Intro to Med. Technology (3)
HED 22564 Intro to Disease (3)
HED 42041 Health Counseling (3)
Total 24 Hours