Ethics Minor Courses

(note: joint courses are listed once)

 List A Courses

  • B H 402/PHIL 412—Ethics Theory
  • B H 404/PHIL 413—Metaethical Theory 
  • B H 440/PHIL 459—Philosophy of Medicine
  • B H474/PHIL 411—Justice in Health Care
  • ENVIR 243/PHIL 243—Environmental Ethics
  • ENVIR 416/PHIL 416—Ethics & Climate Change
  • ENVIR 417/PHIL 417—Advanced Topics in Environmental Philosophy
  • GWSS 206/PHIL 206/POL S 212—Philosophy of Feminism
  • PHIL 102—Contemporary Moral Problems
  • PHIL 110—Intro to Social and Political Phil. 
  • PHIL 114—Philosophical Issues in the Law
  • PHIL 240—Introduction to Ethics
  • PHIL 241—Topics in Ethics
  • PHIL 242—Introduction to Medical Ethics
  • PHIL 314—Philosophy of Crime and Punishment
  • PHIL 338—Philosophy of Human Rights
  • PHIL 345—Moral Issues of Life and Death
  • PHIL 346—Personal Values & the Human Good
  • PHIL 406—Philosophical Topics in Feminism
  • PHIL 407—International Justice
  • PHIL 408—Diversity
  • PHIL 409—Philosophy of Disability
  • PHIL 410—Social Philosophy
  • PHIL 414—Philosophy of Law
  • PHIL 415—Advanced Topics in Animal Welfare
  • PHIL 440—Ethics

 

List B Courses

  • AES 330/LSJ 330—Beyond Civil Rights
  • AES 487/ANTH 487—Cultures & Politics of Env Justice
  • ANTH 150—Culture & Rights
  • ANTH 207—Class & Culture in America
  • ANTH 308—Anthro of Women’s Health & Reproduction
  • ANTH 323/LSJ 321—Human Rights Law in Culture & Practice
  • ANTH 345/JSIS B 345/GWSS 345—Women & Intl Econ Dev
  • ANTH 371/ENVIR 371—Anthropology of Development
  • ANTH 459/ENVIR 459—Culture, Ecology, and Politics
  • ANTH 474—Social Difference & Medical Knowledge
  • ANTH 497/LSJ 425—Domesticating Intl Human Rights
  • B H 411—Introduction to Bioethics
  • CEE 495/ENVIR 415/M E 415—Sustainability and Design for Environment
  • COM 305/POL S 305—Politics of Mass Communication 
  • COM 418/ENVIR 418—Communications & the Env
  • CHID 260—Re-Thinking Diversity
  • CHID 332/DIS ST 332/LSJ 332—Disability & Society
  • CHID 433/DIS ST 433/LSJ 433—Disability Law, Policy & the Community
  • CHID 434/DIS ST 434/LSJ 434—Civil & Human Rights Law for Disabled People
  • ECON 235/ENVIR 235/ESRM 235—Intro to Env Economics
  • ECON 435—Natural Resources Economics
  • ECON 436—Economics of the Environment
  • ECON 446—Economics of Education
  • ECON 447/GWSS 447—Economics of Gender
  • ENGL 270—The Uses of the English Language
  • ENGL 478—Language and Social Policy
  • ENV H 205—Environmental Health in Media
  • ENV H 472—Environmental Risk and Society
  • ENVIR 360/JSIS B 350/SCAND 350—Env Norms in Intl Politics
  • ENVIR 362/ESRM 362—Intro to Restoration Ecology
  • ENVIR 379/ESRM 371/SOC 379—Env Sociology
  • ENVIR 384/POL S 384—Global Environmental Politics
  • ENVIR 439—Attaining a Sustainable Society
  • ESRM 150—Wildlife in the Modern World
  • ESRM 458—Management of Endangered, Threatened, & Sensitive Species
  • ESRM 470—Natural Resource Policy & Planning
  • GEOG 123/JSIS 123—Introduction to Globalization
  • GEOG 208—Geography of the World Economy
  • GEOG 230—Urbanization & Development
  • GEOG 270—Geographies & Intl Dev & Env Change
  • GEOG 472—Ecoscapes: Nature, Culture, & Place
  • GWSS 305—Feminism in an International Context
  • GWSS 310—Women & the Law
  • GWSS 322—Gender, Race & Class
  • GWSS 333/JSIS B—Gender & Globalization
  • INFO 444—Value-Sensitive Design
  • INFO 454—Information Policy: Domestic and Global
  • JSIS B 103—Society & the Oceans
  • JSIS D 450/SOC 450—Political Economy of Women & Family in the Third World
  • LSJ 320/POL S 368—Politics & Law of Intl Human Rights
  • LSJ 327/POL S 327—Women’s Rights as Human Rights
  • LSJ 331/POL S 317—Politics of Race & Ethnicity in the US
  • LSJ 375—Crime, Politics, and Justice
  • LSJ 377—Punishment
  • LSJ 444—Ethics in Law and Justice
  • MGMT 200—Introduction to Law
  • MGMT 320—Business, Government, & Society
  • MGMT 323—Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility
  • NURS 410—Legal & Ethical Issues in Clinical Practice
  • POL S 201—Introduction to Political Theory
  • POL S 273—The Concept of Political Power
  • POL S 303—Public Policy Formation in the US
  • POL S 311—The Individual and the State
  • POL S 383—Env Politics & Policy in the US
  • POL S 422—Intl Environmental Politics Seminar
  • POL S 465—Law & Public Policy in the US

 

From time to time, courses may be reclassified, added to, or removed from the list of acceptable courses. Students who have planned their studies on the basis of an earlier list may fulfill the requirements of the minor as specified in the earlier list. In addition, students may petition the Values in Society undergraduate advisor for approval for courses not listed. If there is a course that you think should be considered for the Minor, please let us know.